Happy National Pumpkin Seed, Walk to School, and Coffee With A Cop Day
Wednesday Mass & Supper
Tonight's Mass we will be honoring St. Francis of Assisi by having a blessing of pets. Bring an image of your pets to mass for a blessing.
Join us tonight after 5:00pm Mass for our weekly Wednesday supper. For those who are interested we will be having a tour of our Blessed Sacrament Chapel following Mass.
Join us this Friday, October 5th for 5:15pm mass at ATH chapel, and stay after Mass for first Friday Adoration.
Join us for our
October 14th at
in Sage Chapel. Fr. Daniel Ruiz-Sierra will celebrate the Mass in Spanish.
Solidarity Walk for Migrants and Refugees- After 10:30 AM Mass on Sunday October 14th
In our diocese and around the world, people are participating in Pope Francis’ two-year campaign Share the Journey, which aims to increase our solidarity with migrants and refugees. This autumn, U.S. Catholics are being asked to take part in prayerful, walking pilgrimages to remember our sisters and brothers, millions of them, who have been forced to leave their homes to escape war, violence and poverty, many of them travelling on foot. The goal is to collectively walk the equivalent of five laps around the Earth– that’s 124,500 miles! Please join us for a 1 mile walk and pilgrimage around the arts quad.
Cornell Service Fair Wednesday, October 3rd 3:30-6pm Arts Quad
[rain location will be posted to Facebook event page]
Are you looking for a way to connect with the Ithaca community and contribute to the mission of local service organizations?The Student Assembly City and Local Affairs Committee, Public Service Center, and the Office of Engagement Initiatives are excited to sponsor the 2018 Cornell Service Fair! Come join us and learn about volunteer and internship opportunities available within the Ithaca community in fall, winter, and summer. There will be 40+ local nonprofit and student organizations tabling the event who are all looking for motivated students like you to work with them across a range of issues and ways of building healthy communities. Organizations include:
-Youth Farm Project
-Advocacy Center of Tompkins County
-Tompkins Community Action
-Ithaca Public Education Initiative
-YMCA of Ithaca
-Tompkins County-Big Brothers Big Sisters/Ithaca
-Tompkins County Workers Center
We can’t wait to see you there!
Co-sponsored by: Office of Diversity and Inclusion, School of Hotel Administration, Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life, Ecology House, MPH Program, Cornell Commitment, Cornell Cooperative Extension Tompkins County, Cornell Hillel, Office of Community Relations, New Student Programs, Tatkon Center Dean of Students Diversity and Inclusion Questions or want more information? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
On Saturday 10/13 from 1-3pm we are going apple picking along with students from Ithaca College at Indian Creek Farm; we hope you will join us! Anyone who needs a ride can meet us behind Annabel Taylor Hall at 1:00. If you plan on coming and need a ride, or have a car and are willing to help drive, please email Carl (cfd48) so we can make sure everyone has a ride.
Big Red Carnevale — Join the Planning Committee!
The Big Red Carnevale is going to be celebrating its fourth birthday this coming Fat Tuesday. Or it would...if there was anyone to plan it. No experience required, just the energy and excitement to put on one heck of a Mardi Gras celebration. Email Carl (cfd48) to work on your grant writing, event planning, and scheduling skills.
Please join us for our Fall St. Albert the Great Forum on Science and Religion.
"Reflections on Fossils and Faith -The Journey of a Catholic Paleontologist"
Tuesday, October 23rd 7:00-8:00 Rm G10 Biotech Bldg
Refreshments immediately following
Our speaker, Peter Dodson of UPenn, is professor of veterinary gross anatomy in the School of Veterinary Medicine, as well as professor of dinosaur paleontology in the Dept. of Earth and Environmental Science in the School of Arts and Science. He will share his journey of science and faith that encompasses many years and several continents. For more info visit:
Grad Bible Study
Grad Bible Study meets on Mondays at 6pm in the Lounge; currently we are working our way through the book of Genesis. Come join us for lively discussions and fellowship!
Grad Book Club
The grad student book club meets every Tuesday at 7pm. The book voted on by the group is "The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare" by G.K Chesterton.
The book is available for free online through Project Gutenberg.
Lectio Divina is an ancient spiritual practice to read, meditate, pray, and contemplate the message of God through Holy Scripture. After reading, we reflect on what words or phrases resonate the most with us, and then mediate on what God is revealing to us at that Moment. This is a great opportunity to grow in familiarity with scripture and prepare yourself for Sunday Mass. We will follow the readings in the Sunday Lectionary, so that we are able to engage more closely with the readings at Mass the next Sunday. We meet Thursdays at 6 PM in the Redlin Room (G24). If you are interested in joining, attend our meeting or email Martín at
Enjoy beautiful choral music in a candlelit chapel at 9 pm - a good way to end the night, or take a break from studying. This is the final hour in the Liturgy of the Hours. It is hosted by the Anabel Taylor Chapel Choir and is co-sponsored by the Episcopal Church at Cornell and Cornell Catholic. Open to people from all faith backgrounds.
Women's group will gather every Tuesday night at 6 pm in the Redlin Room. Join us as we grow in faith and community! For more information contact Abrey at aaf87.
This semester the group is reading
Acts of the Apostles
. We meet every Saturday from 3-4 PM in the Redlin Room (ATH G22).
Liturgy of the Hours
On Friday we will gather for evening prayer at 5:15 in the ATH Chapel. Come unwind at the end of your week with the service that is part of Liturgy of the Hours, an ancient practice of praying the psalms.
Sent by Francis Heptig on Wednesday, October 3 at 1:01PM