Week in Fairfax

Week in Fairfax

Live Radio Event at George Mason

George Mason Campus Ministry Association and the Unitarian Universalists of Northern Virginia will host Interfaith Voices Live Radio Event: Is Religion a Problem or a Solution? at The Hub Ballroom at George Mason University in Fairfax on Friday, June 3, noon - 2:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.

Join Maureen Fiedler of NPR’s Interfaith Voices Radio as she records her program at George Mason University. Beginning with the question, “Is Religion a Problem or a Solution in your Life?” Fiedler hopes to engage college-age people as to why fewer of them claim no affiliation with traditional religious institutions.

Guests will include Father Gerry Creedon, former head of Catholic Charities and a leader in VOICE; Dr Maria Dakake, a Muslim and head of GMU’s Religious Studies Department; Emma Green, a young Jewish writer for the Atlantic; and Rev. Alison Miller, candidate to be the next president of the Unitarian Universalist Association.

There is also af free lunch, musical guests and more.

Paul VI to Start a Field Hockey Program

Paul VI Catholic High School plans to launch a girls' field hockey team beginning Fall 2016 in anticipation of more field space as PVI plans its move to Loudoun County.

For the short term, this team will be a one-level club group, and will play with WCAC and other private school teams.

Paul VI Athletics is in search of a coaching staff for this inaugural team. Anyone interested should contact Billy Emerson, Athletic Director, at 703-352-0925 x318 or bemerson@paulvi.net. Interviews may begin before the end of May.