News release from Saint Pio Foundation:
The Saint Pio Foundation is proud to announce the benefit concert “White Christmas,” which will take place at the St. Augustine Cathedral (359 Washington Ave., Bridgeport, CT 06604), on Saturday, December 20, 2014, at 7pm. Guest of Honor for the evening will be H.E. Frank Joseph Caggiano, Bishop of the Diocese of Bridgeport (who is also member of the Religious Advisory Board of the Saint Pio Foundation)
The Saint Pio Foundation is national charity organization with the goal to support educational, social and cultural projects that enhance both nationally and internationally the awareness of Saint Pio of Pietrelcina, universally acclaimed as one of the most venerated contemporary saints of the Catholic Church. The funds raised by the Foundation are used to establish faithful Catholic medical facilities, medical schools and shrines in the United States of America, and to commit a percentage of its donations to support the hospital “Casa Sollievo della Sofferenza” in San Giovanni Rotondo, Italy, founded by Saint Pio in 1956, and currently owned by the Holy See.
The not to be missed event, part of the initiative “Singing for Saint Pio,” is also the first ever organized by the Saint Pio Foundation in Connecticut. The exclusive event, organized with the support of the Diocese of Bridgeport and the St. Padre Pio Society at St. Margaret Shrine of Bridgeport, will feature a performance by the Acclaimed Italian Tenor Luciano Lamonarca, the Pop Singer Daniela Fiorentino, the guitarist Chris Remediani, the duo Balint/Mikhailoff, and an intermission by the well known Stand-Up Comedian Regina DeCicco. Special performing guest, directly from Los Angeles, will be the internationally acclaimed pianist, music producer, musician and actor Lee Curreri, star of the acclaimed motion picture and television series “Fame,” in the part of Bruno Martelli.
Suggested donation $20.
For info & reservation please contact (203) 400-5828, or send an email to email@example.com.
For more info about the Saint Pio Foundation, please visit www.saintpiofoundation.org, or call (636) 220-6550.