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  • 24 Apr 2022 11:00 AM | Patrick Ennis (Administrator)

    Saint John Bosco will hold it's inaugural gala on Thursday May 12, 2022, Trump National Golf Club. This event is in support of Hybrid Education and Catholic Values in Loudoun County.  

    Saint John Bosco is a wonderful hybrid Catholic middle and high school that meets at the Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church classrooms in Sterling, Virginia

    • Special Guest - Mark Forrest will be performing
    • Enjoy the beautiful grounds of Trump National Golf Club
    • Open Bar
    • 3 Course Meal
    • Silent Auction

    For tickets:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/inaugural-gala-tickets-310847873357

  • 21 Apr 2022 10:39 AM | Patrick Ennis (Administrator)

    Our May breakfast speaker will be Scott Hamberger, President and CEO of Integrus Holdings, Inc.  His presentation is titled:

     "A Reflection on Capitalism in the light of Catholicism".

    Scott is a recognized business leader in our region and in the Catholic community.  His businesses reflect his faith and values and his talk will be a great way to start the day.  

    To register:  https://cbnnova.org/event-4793643

  • 23 Mar 2022 10:27 AM | Patrick Ennis (Administrator)

    Join us April 28th at our monthly breakfast meeting for:

    "Daddy used to be a monk, now he helps with people's money":

    with Tim Mayer. Tim is a Principal and Co-Founder of PrimeauMayer Financial, in Manassas, VA. Tim will recount his journey from seminary and monastic life, to co-founding a wealth management firm with his partner Mark Primeau. With lessons learned along the way, he'll also share his perspective on handling the current market turbulence and economic uncertainty while raising a Catholic family.

    Location: Maggiano's Little Italy, Tysons. 7:30am.  For more details or to register, please visit the Event page.  https://cbnnova.org/event-4754804

  • 01 Mar 2020 7:24 PM | Patrick Ennis (Administrator)

    The Tysons Chapter of CBN had a wonderful kick-off breakfast on Thursday, February 27 at Maggiano's in Tysons II.  Fr. Paul Scalia was the speaker and he kept the audience at attention with historical perspective on the Temptation of Christ, and insightful remarks on how this should help us understand what and why we are called to Abstain, Pray and do works of Mercy during Lent.

    In addition, Fr. Scalia explained that his recent book contains sermons and speeches given by famous priests during times of historical church crises. His vivid depictions of what must have been happening at the time were amusing and relatable. 

    Attended by almost 30 Members and Guests representing various businesses from around and near Tysons Corner, the Chapter appears headed for a central role in CBN activities.  Next month's meetings, also planned for Maggiano's, will have Dale Fickett, CEO of RVA Works, to speak on the importance of supporting entrepreneurial goals of our immigrant community, and how we can help.  See the event listings for more information. 

  • 12 Feb 2020 3:16 PM | Patrick Ennis (Administrator)

    The CBN Chapter in Dulles kicked off 2020 with a Speed Networking meeting attended by over 30 CBN members and guests!  The meeting was run by Pam Jones, an expert in networking who coached the participant in the do's an don'ts of business networking.  Each person had about 45 seconds to tell their table about their business, and then when everyone was done they moved to the next table.  Participants reported that it was very worthwhile.

    Dulles Chapter meets the 2nd Tuesday of the month.  Please check the event schedule for information about their next meeting. 

  • 09 Feb 2020 3:33 PM | Patrick Ennis (Administrator)

    Catholic Charities of Arlington has a new video that debuted at their annual gala this weekend.  A 3-minute video talks about the wonderful work they do.  Here's the link: 


  • 12 Dec 2019 7:44 AM | Patrick Ennis (Administrator)

    CBN Nova's Prince William Chapter held it's December meeting at KO Distilling in Manassas.  KO is owned and operated by CBN Member Bill Karlson.  It was a wonderful evening.  KO makes gin, whiskey and bourbon, produced locally from Virginia grains.  Visitors can choose from a variety of cocktails and their spirits are available at local ABC stores.  

  • 22 Oct 2019 9:17 AM | Patrick Ennis (Administrator)

    Paul Stefan Home is having their annual gala on November 2nd.  Details below. 

  • 04 Oct 2019 5:20 AM | Patrick Ennis (Administrator)


    On October 3rd, CBN NOVA presented our annual Executive of the Year awards to our honorees, Dr. John Bruchalski of Tepyac/Divine Mercy Care and Wayne Cyron of Cyron and Miller PLC.  Both have provided immeasurable service to our community and were well deserving.  We also were treated to a presentation by Renee White, Assistant Superintendent for Enrollment and Marketing at the Office of Catholic Schools, on the remarkable students we have in our schools and the importance of our support.  Did you know that every student in the diocesan schools is subsidized by the Diocese?  Catholic schools in the Arlington Diocese are one of the few in the country whose enrollment is growing!  They are well deserving of the support of our business community.  CBN Nova thanks all who came out for this wonderful event. 

  • 01 Aug 2019 6:59 AM | Patrick Ennis (Administrator)

    The board of CBN Nova was honored to present a check for $5000 to Bishop Burbidge on July 31 in accordance with our mission of supporting Catholic Education in the Diocese.  Dr. Vorbach, our new Superintendent of Schools indicated that the money would go help towards scholarships for students who would otherwise not be able to attend Catholic schools.  On behalf of the board, we would like to thank our members and sponsors who made this donation possible and thank Bishop Burbidge for his support of CBN. 

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