Who is St. Expeditus

St. Expeditus was a Roman centurion in Armenia who was martyred on April 19, 303, for converting to Christianity. When Expeditus decided to convert, the Devil took the form of a raven and tried to convince him to hold off until the next day. Expeditus declared, "I'll be a Christian today!" and stomped on the raven. Icons of Saint Expeditus picture him with a cross with the word "Hodie" ("Today") in his right hand, while under his right foot, a raven says, "Cras" ("Tomorrow").


Our Story

St. Expeditus Catholic Business Group was founded in 2009 by Victor MacLaughlin.


Board of Directors

President: Dave Eggleston

Vice President: Frank McCracken

Treasurer: Brennan Hartley

Secretary: Joe Tucci

Immediate Past President: Campbell Pendleton

Director of Technology: Diane Hamilton


 

meeting Information

Join us each Wednesday for breakfast at McLeans Restaurant at 3205 W. Broad St. Richmond, VA.  from 8:00 A.M. - 9:15 A.M.  Guests are always welcome.

See Events for schedule details.

Typical Meeting Agenda:

Gather/Socialize
Place Breakfast Orders
Welcome
Opening Prayer/Grace
Business Card Exchange
Guest Recognition
Member Introductions
Member Presentation
Guest Speaker
Successes
Needs/Introductions
Educational Tidbits
Treasurer report
Parish Announcements
Intentions
Prayer


Saint Expeditus Prayer

Our dear martyr and protector, Saint Expeditus, you who know what is necessary and

what is urgently needed.

We beg you to intercede before the Holy Trinity, that by your prayers our requests will be granted.

May we receive your blessings and favors.

In the Name of our Our Lord Jesus Christ.

Amen.