Lenten Activities on Campus

March 1, 2017

All are welcome to attend Lenten activities on campus. 

 

Ash Wednesday (Wednesday, March 01, 2017

In the 7th Flood Chapel:

8:20 a.m.  Holy Mass with the imposition of Blessed Ashes.

12:15 p.m.  Prayer Service with imposition of Blessed Ashes (Ecumenical)
Ashes will be available throughout the day for those who cannot attend either the Mass or Prayer Service.
Also note that Daily Masses continue as scheduled:  Mon., Wed., Fri.,8:20 a.m.   Tue., Thur., 11:00 a.m.

 

Men’s Bible Study (Tuesdays, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.)

(Tue’s. Mar.07, 21, 28, Apr. 04, 11) 

“Hearts afire”.  James Halpin, Zac Watson, and the Seminarians from the Apostles of Interior Life will guide a Lenten Biblical study for men. In Campus Ministry Room (212).

 

Women’s Bible Study  (Wednesday11:00 -12:00)

(Wed. Mar. 08, 22, 29, Apr.05, 12) 

“Preparing our Hearts” . Cheryl Hicks, our C.F.O. and Doctoral Candidate in Christian Education, will guide a Lenten Bible study for women.  (Wed. Mar. 08, 22, 29, Apr.05, 12)  In Campus Ministry Room (212)

 

IFacts (Thursdays, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.)

Campus Ministry Room.  R. 212

“IFacts” is a formative encounter with students that teaches apologetics of the Catholic Faith.   Bro. Martin Navarro will host a series of informal, relaxed discussions about “Faith” – in general, and Catholic Christianity in particular.   Using Scripture, Tradition, and various teaching documents, folks will gain knowledge of what Catholic Christians profess to believe certain Doctrines and teachings. The goal of iFacts is to inflame the hearts of participant with a better knowledge of faith. iFacts is not a "class", but a guided listening and discussion.


Stations of the Cross  (Fridays 1:15 p.m.)

7th FLoor Chapel

The Stations of the Cross, is a narration of the final hours in the life of Jesus Christ on earth that continues to provide spiritual conviction for every Christian and application to our lives. Joseph Multhauf, Fr. John, Msgr. Swetland, and others, will take turns leading this short meditative service.  

 

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