October 29, 2018

October 29, 2018

Center for Campus Ministry: October 29, 2018

Our News for the Week

Center for Ministry

Center for Campus Ministry: October 29, 2018

Vigil for Katie

Pray the Rosary

Meet your 2018-19 VISION Leaders!

Do You Know About VIA?

Tommie Catholic

Wednesday Meditation

Night Light

Something More

Kairos 13

Pancakes with Jesus & Mary

News & Announcements from the Archdiocese & More

Vigil for Katie

October is the Month of the Rosary

Join us Monday through Wednesday at 4:30 this week as we finish our Month of the Rosary. We will meet in the Mary Garden behind the Chapel. In case of rain, we will meet inside the Chapel.


2018-19 VISION Team Leaders

Meet Mary Timm and Sarah Scislow, Leaders for the Quail Springs, CA Trip

Greetings!! My name is Mary; I am a sophomore this year studying environmental sustainability!! I was introduced to VISION through my lovely meditation teacher here at St. Thomas, Duncan Anderson. Through this program, I built awareness of what it means to live an intentional life and learned the importance of making changes that extend beyond myself and into the world. A couple things I love: dancing, yoga, camping, the ocean, the sun, and deep conversations!! I am beyond excited to meet you and grow alongside you through VISION!


Heyoo! My name is Sarah Scislow and I am a senior studying human resource management. I have been on two VISION trips (Chicago and Thailand) and I'm super excited to be a VISION leader this year! I have a love for traveling, dogs, and music. I love nature so I'm outside whenever I get the chance! This year is going to be great!

Do You Know About VIA?

Volunteers-In-Action (VIA) is an Office for Service and Social Justice-affiliated service organization aimed at serving the people of the Twin Cities Metro Area. VIA works to be a light in the community. VIA also hosts a variety of monthly events to fill in with the need that is not covered by our sites, such as serving meals to homeless, educating high school students, and international projects. VIA is a great way to get involved in the community and meet other good-hearted students who are interested in serving!

Join VIA today and be a light in the community around us!


Tommie Catholic presents Christ Culture Community

Tuesday October 30
Woulfe Alumni Hall-North


Wednesday Meditations Continue


Night Light

Take a mid-week break with Jesus! Join us every Wednesday from 9-10 PM at the St. Thomas Aquinas Chapel for Eucharistic Adoration ending with Compline (Night Prayer). Depending on the Wednesday, the Adoration time will be in silence or with music. Come recharge by spending some time with God and your community.


Kairos 13
Overnight Retreat
November 16-18

Come Listen, Pray, and Be Transformed

Join us for an overnight retreat at Mt. Olivet retreat center that focuses on deepening students in faith and community! Kairos is a great way to take a step back from the busyness of everyday life and step into God's time. To sign up or find more information, go to KAIROS or contact Lisa Jaskowiak.


News & Announcements
from the Archdiocese of Minneapolis & St. Paul

Vianney Visit

Begins with Registration Thursday, November 15, 4 - 6 p.m.
Concludes Saturday, November 17, 11 a.m.

Vianney Visit provides high school sophomores through college age men (ages 16-24) the opportunity to take a closer look and experience college seminary. Attend Mass, prayer, and spiritual conferences with SJV priests and hear testimonies from SJV seminarians. There is no charge for the event. All meals are provided.  

Register to attend:  https://www.stthomas.edu/vianney/events/visittheseminary/form/ or call 651-962-6825. Please contact Director of Vocations Father David Blume to let him know of your interest in the Vianney Visit. Father Blume can be reached at 651-962-6890 or by emailing stpaulpriest@10000vocations.org.


Operation Andrew Dinner

Tuesday, November 20, 6 - 8 p.m., Archdiocesan Catholic Center 777 Forest St., St. Paul

Archbishop Bernard Hebda and Father David Blume, Director of Vocations, invite men discerning the priesthood, ages 16 - 50, to dinner and conversation with vocations testimonials on priesthood and religious life. It is typical for a pastor, religious or youth minister to accompany each discerning guest. Register online at www.10000vocations.org before November 16. Questions?  Email stpaulvocations@10000vocations.org or call the Office of Vocations at 651-962-6890.


Archbishop's Discernment Retreat

Begins Friday, December 28, 6:30 p.m.; Concludes Sunday, December 30, 1 p.m.
Christ the King Retreat Center, Buffalo MN

The Director of Vocations offers this annual retreat with talks by Archbishop Bernard Hebda. In addition to the talks given by the Archbishop, there will be times of prayer, an opportunity for the Rite of Reconciliation, times of recreation, and plenty of great food. The Archbishop's Discernment Retreat is for men who are seniors in high school to age 50 and are discerning priesthood. This retreat is a wonderful opportunity to gain clarity in your discernment process and to meet other men who desire to follow Christ and to know his will for their lives. Register online by Dec. 14 at www.10000vocations.org.