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Campus Ministry December 12th: E-Newsletter
Special Menu at the View for Our Lady of Guadalupe
Wednesday, December 12
Campus Ministry is partnering with The View to celebrate Catholic feast days. On Wednesday, December 12th, we're offering a special Mexican menu in celebration of the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe. The menu will include: chicken enchiladas, tacos, Mexican rice, and refried beans. Stop by The View on Wednesday for lunch or dinner to enjoy this delicious food. Our Lady of Guadalupe, pray for us!
Our Lady of Guadalupe Mass
Wednesday, Dec. 12th at 12:10 PM
Join us to celebrate Our Lady of Guadalupe for Mass at 12:10 PM in the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas. Reception to follow in the Hearth Room in the Anderson Student Center. Sponsored by Latinos Unidos, Latino Leadership Program, and Campus Ministry.
Thursday, December 13, 2012 from 7-9 PM
Join us for Restless Heart, a movie based on the Confessions of St. Augustine! Restless Heart uses a historic backdrop to tell the true story of Augustine of Hippo -- one of the Catholic Church's most beloved and well-known Saints. Its message is as timely today as it was only a few generations after Jesus walked on Earth. It is the story of one who pursues fame and fortune without a moral compass -- and the changes that occur when events lead him to see the light. Free and open to the public (no ticket required). View the trailer at http://www.restlessheartfilm.com/.
Sponsored by Campus Ministry, Catholic Studies, and The St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity.
In honor of the Year of Faith, Campus Ministry staff will begin to offer reflections on faith and a variety of other topics. Check out our newly created page for our "Staff Reflections: Food for the Journey.” We’ll kick off this new page with a reflection on Advent and another on Catholic culture.
Return to “Skyfall”: Bond Comments on Culture
Monday, Dec. 17th
Mark your calendar for the Day of Adoration and Confession in the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas. This is an opportunity to prepare more fully for the joyful celebration of Christmas!
Thursday, December 13th, 9 PM
Naomi, a former resident of Murray Hall, is undergoing treatment for a rare type of bone cancer. Please join us as we gather to pray and show support for Naomi.
February 15-17, 2013 at Gainey Conference Center
Do you have a yearning to deepen your personal relationship with Christ? Do you desire to spend more time in prayer and reflection? Register now for the Ignatian Spirituality Retreat sponsored by Campus Ministry. This silent retreat focuses on St. Ignatius of Loyola's meditations and spiritual practices. The retreat is set for February 15-17 at the Gainey Conference Center and costs $15. Register now to reserve your spot!
OSF 3M Auditorium
The Healing Prayer course will equip Christians to minister to others through the Holy Spirit. This course is for anyone intersted in growing closer to the Holy Spirit and desiring to grow in understanding of the gifts of the Spirit. The Healing Prayer course is facilitated by Father David Smith. The final fall meeting is Friday, December 14th. Contact Father David Smith for more information.
On the fortieth anniversary of Roe V. Wade
This year, students are taking a trip out to Washington DC to participate in the March for Life on the fortieth anniversary of Roe V. Wade. Contact Tom Kasza at email@example.com if interested. The deadline to apply is December 31st.
In the spring semester of 2012 Campus Ministry decided to offer a 9 a.m. Mass time on a trial basis. It has now been decided to discontinue the 9 a.m. Mass time and continue with the 11 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Masses. This change will be effective beginning spring semester 2013.
Our goal is to promote a sense of community, belonging, and fullness at our 11 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Masses. This is one reason why the Church asks Catholics to come to Mass each and every Sunday. Your presence with us on campus at our two main Sunday liturgies makes a difference! Please plan to join us and encourage roommates, friends, and colleagues to do the same. Thank you for your understanding as we seek to use our resources wisely and promote good liturgy and community on campus.
This will be the last e-News of this semester. May the rest of your Advent be abundantly blessed and may you experience the joy and peace of the Christ Child this Christmas!
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