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Reflections from Our Associate Chaplains
This Week's Events
Save the Date[s] and Mark Your Calendars!
This week we do not have a reflection but we do have a link to a podcast recorded from Pastor Medhat's recent blog article. We are currently designing and creating a new communications page on our website where soon you will be able to find past editions of our newsletter as well as blog articles and podcasts.
For today, you can find Pastor Medhat's podcast here. If you would like to listen to other podcasts that have already been posted, you can find them here.
This Week's Events
Tommie Catholic Presents: Crisis of the Imagination... uncovering the truth behind the veil of the world
Tuesday November 7
Dive into pop culture with us as we learn to reveal how the universal desire for God's truth can be found in the secular culture.
Compline Night Prayer in the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas
Join us for Compline with Schola Cantorum in the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas on Wednesday, November 8 at 9:00 PM. This Night Prayer is an opportunity to end our busy day with meaningful prayers and simple chants. All are welcome to participate in this ancient service of prayer and music.
FIGHT THE NEW DRUG
Thursday, November 9
Woulfe Alumni Hall North
Join other students for this opportunity to learn more about the facts of pornography use and its effects.
This presentation is brought to St Thomas, by Life's Edge and Fight the New Drug a nonprofit organization whose mission is to create awareness about the harmful effects of pornography.
This event is sponsored by Student Affairs and Campus Ministry
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Save the Date[s] and Mark Your Calendars for These Upcoming Events
Advent Morning of Reflection with Fr. Michael Joncas
Mary in the Church's Advent Prayer: Texts, Hymns and Devotional Practices
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8th
9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Library Leather Room LIB 108
Advent is an important time for Christians. It is a time of active waiting during which we prepare ourselves to welcome Christ into our hearts and into the world as Mary did.
This Morning of Reflection for St. Thomas faculty and staff is designed to help us live the Advent liturgical season more deeply. Participants will have the opportunity to explore the rich tradition of Advent texts, hymns and devotions with a special focus on Mary as a model of waiting as we prepare to welcome Christ this Christmas
Please RSVP at email@example.com
We enjoy hearing about and sharing the different events that students are participating in. If you have photos or a short story that you would like to submit, please send it to the Center for Campus Ministry email, by 4:00pm each Wednesday to be considered and included in our next edition.