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Science and Faith- The Catholic Perspective
Are you a Cornellian who is committed to your studies, as well as your faith? We kick off this semester's St. Albert the Great Forum on Science and Religion- a lecture series through Cornell Catholic and the Chesterton House- with a speaker who's research includes a range of physics, and even dark matter. Come hear Dr. Marisa March speak this coming Tuesday at 7pm. Also! Cornell Catholic's first tailgate will be during homecoming weekend- look for our banner there!
St. Albert the Great Forum on Region and Science 10/17
Bring a Friend to Compline 10/12
Apple picking with Ithaca College Catholic Community 10/14
Spanish Mass 10/15
Bread for the World Sunday 10/15
Cornell Catholic Homecoming Weekend Tailgate
Retreat Opportunity Nov. 10-11
Holy Father's Migration Campaign
Find Your Community
St. Albert the Great Lecture Series: Thoughts on the vocation of a a scientist from the Christian perspective- Oct. 17, 7-8pm. 120 PSB. Reception to Follow
What does it mean to be a Scientist and a Christian? Drawing on Christian teachings and personal experiences as working as a physicist, astrophysicist and cosmologist in the US, UK and Latin America, Dr. Marisa March presents the perspective of what it means to be a Scientist and a Christian in the secular world. For more information, visit our website:
Join us for Choral Compline every Thursday at 9pm. Bring a friend to Compline day is this week, 10/12.
Please come for quiet, candle-lit time spent in prayer with song in Anabel Taylor Chapel, accompanied by cookies. This service continues for the duration of the semester, each Thursday at 9pm!
Apple Picking Event:
Join the IC Catholic and Cornell Catholic Communities for apple picking on
Saturday, Oct. 14 from 2-5:30 at Indian Creek Farm.
To sign up, email John at
and let him know if you have access to a car to drive people.
Están cordialmente invitados
a la Misa en Español este Domingo 15 de Octubre
a las 4:00 PM en la Sage Chapel. You are cordially invited to the Spanish mass this coming Sunday, October 15, at 4:00 PM in Sage Chapel.
October 15: Bread for the World’
s annual Offering of Letters campaign engages churches, campuses, and other faith communities in writing letters to Congress. Each year, for the focus of the campaign, we choose specific legislation or a legislative emphasis that can make a real difference to people struggling with hunger and poverty.People write letters, usually as a group, and present them as an offering to God before mailing them to Congress. We'll be signing these on Oct. 15 at all masses. For more information:
LIFE DISCERNMENT RETREAT – November 10 - 11
Explore God’s call , and reflect upon your life choices during this overnight retreat at Mount Saviour Monastery in Elmira, N.Y. There will be an opportunity for private and communal prayer, group discussions, input on the vocation of marriage and religious life, input on discernment and methods for decision making, and celebration of Eucharist. Cost: $25 -- Sign up by Nov. 7 Register online:
The Holy Father’s Migration Campaign- Week of Action
On Sept. 27, Pope Francis started a “Share the Journey” Migration Campaign. From October 7-13, he encourages all to engage in a Week of Prayer and Action.
For more information on what you can do to help support migrants and refugees, check out this link:
Spaces to find Community
first year students to join our Monday evening Christian Life Community group: Mondays, 6pm, RPCC 222 Email Anna (amo82)- talk about your faith, your life, your dog...time to chat, work on discernment, and pray!
Join our Saturday Bible Study, at 3pm in the Redlin Room (G22 ATH). Email Victoria (vcb9)
Grad Students meet at 6:30pm in ATH to discuss relevant topics, and/or book group (Currently reading Screwtape Letters by CS Lewis). Email Natalie (nmd59), Christine (cma243) or Dan (
Grad Student Bible Study Mondays at 7:15pm in Anabel Taylor G17. Email Anna (amo82)
Sent by Anna O'Connell on Wednesday, October 11 at 1:33PM