Following the holy hour there will be free finger food/drinks (beer, wine) in the parish center, where you can hang out with other young adults in the area. Christ in the City holy hours will continue to happen on the last Tuesday of every month, so mark your calendars for the next one.
Unfamiliar with a holy hour? A holy hour, highly encouraged by Mother Teresa and other awesome people, is basically an hour or so spent chilling out with God, physically present in the Eucharist. Just show up at the chapel. No pressure to do anything in particular except be present. You can pray silently, reflect, sing, relax, and/or simply look at God and let God look at you for a while. Our holy hours feature a short talk, some pretty darn good music, and confession for those who want to confess (anonymous or face-to-face). For more info on what a holy hour is, check out CatholicCulture.org and Wiki, or ask us on Facebook.