Campus Ministry Announces Launch of ‘Rediscover’ Catholicism Events Campus Ministry February 8, 2013 Looking for greater meaning and a respite from the storms of life? There is a path to greater meaning, purpose, inner strength, true freedom and peace that has been available for 2,000 years. Join Campus Ministry for an opportunity to “Rediscover” the depth and beauty of the Catholic faith; everyone is welcome. A variety of events and activities will take place over the next several weeks: Attend the 12:10 or 5 p.m. Mass on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 13, in the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas, St. Paul campus, and pick up a free copy of the book Rediscover Catholicism, by Matthew Kelly – while supplies last. (See a complete schedule of Ash Wednesday Masses that will be celebrated in the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas and in the UST School of Law atrium in Minneapolis.) Get involved in a group that will study and discuss Rediscover Catholicism, starting Wednesday, Feb. 20. The group will meet from 7 to 8 p.m. every other Wednesday in Room 240, Anderson Student Center. Attend a “Rediscover” event at 7 p.m. Monday, March 4, in James B. Woulfe Alumni Hall, Anderson Student Center. Interact with students from all over the Twin Cities and hear Father Michael Becker of St. John Vianney Seminary speak on “Spiritual Intoxication and the Meaning of Life.” Check out the Archdiocesan website, which has resources, articles and an app – all designed to help people “Rediscover” their faith. For more information stop by Campus Ministry in Room 207, Anderson Student Center, or email Father Erich Rutten or Vanessa Walsh.