Its World Day Against the Death Penalty, Nazareth Farm Day and Naruto's Birthday
Join us after Mass tonight for dinner!
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 millions of sisters and brothers 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.
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 Building
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:
Prayer for Healing
On Friday, October 19, at 7 p.m. St. Catherine of Siena's will hold a Prayer for Healing. Through song, ritual action, and spoken prayer, we will ask God to heal those who have been victims of clerical abuse, pray for our Church in the midst of this crisis, and tap into the hope needed for the future. This prayer experience (not a Mass) is open to anyone of any denomination who would like to pray for healing.
Winter Break Trip to Nazareth Farm
- is a Catholic community in
rural West Virginia that transforms lives through the retreats and home repair they provide for low income families. You will have the opportunity to develop your prayer life, live a simple lifestyle in an intentional community, and deepen your understanding of service. If you are interested,
email Pat (pjg223), or
sign up on our website
Priority will be given to those who have not been to Naz
Deadline to sign-up is Sunday October 28th.
On Saturday 10/13 from 1-3pm we will be 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. Please email Carl (cfd48) in advance if you need a ride or have a car.
Sent by Abrey Feliccia on Wednesday, October 10 at 4:17PM