Happy All Hallows Eve
All Soul's Remembrance
November is the month where Catholics especially pray for, honor and celebrate our departed loved ones.
Here are some of the ways we will be commemorating the dead:
All Saints Day- November 1st
Holy Day of Obligation
Today Wednesday, October 31st 5pm Vigil Mass
Join us after for our Wednesday Dinner. We will be serving up some pizza.
Thursday, November 1st- Mass at 12:20pm and 5:15pm
Dia de los Muertos-Open Mic Night
Join MEChA de Cornell on Thursday, November 1st from 7-8pm for a night of storytelling, poems, and meditations at the Durland Alternatives Library in Anabel Taylor Hall! The theme of the night is Our Ancestors - Honoring Our Past, whatever that means to you. Performances can include original pieces or your favorite works, and the stage is open to everyone regardless of ethnicity.
This Friday, November 2nd, is a First Friday.
We welcome you to join us at 5:15 in Anabel Taylor Chapel for Mass followed by Adoration.
Pray for the Dead
We will have a book available at the back of Sage Chapel starting today and continuing thru November, where you can write your intentions Or, stop by our offices before any weekday mass and write your intention and place it in our All Soul's box. Intentions will be brought before the altar at each mass during the month.
-If your looking for some sweets stop by our offices-
Upcoming Events & Service Opportunities
Winter Break Trip
Nazareth Farm is a Catholic community in rural West Virginia that transforms lives through their service retreat experience and home repair they provide for low income families. On this retreat 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 under the Serve tab. Priority will be given to those who have not been to Naz Farm before.
There are still spots to sign up.
Our Student Leadership Team will be having a general body meeting after 10:30 Mass next Sunday. Enjoy some treats and stay to hear about who our Leadership Team is and what they do for you. We are looking for new candidates for next semester, and you might be just the person we are looking for!
November Food Drive
Throughout the month of November, the Cornell Catholic Community will sponsor a food drive for the Food Bank of the Southern Tier. Stop by Anabel Taylor Hall to pick up a brown paper bag and return it by Sunday, Nov. 25 to donate it to the food pantry. Bags will be available after Sunday Mass in Sage Chapel as well. You can return bags to our offices in ATH or bring them to Mass. The Food Bank of the Southern Tier partners with over 160 organizations such as food pantries, meal programs, shelters, after-school programs and more to provide aid to those in need.
CPFB Grant Application.docx
Sent by Francis Heptig on Wednesday, October 31 at 12:48PM