Happy National French Toast, Package Protection, and Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting Day
If your looking for something to satisfy your hunger and a quiet pace to study, stop by our offices. With a plethora of snacks and a calm environment we are the prime spot this finals season.
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Upcoming Mass Schedule
Vigil Mass for the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the
Blessed Virgin Mary
(Holy Day of Obligation)
Friday, December 7th at 5:15PM
Located in ATH Chapel
Adoration will follow Mass
Our last weekday Mass will be Wednesday, December 12th at 5:15PM
We will be celebrating Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe
Mass will be said in English this year.
Located in ATH Chapel
Sunday, December 16th at 10:30AM
This will be our last Mass of the year
Located in Sage Chapel
Upcoming Events & Service Opportunities
Dinner and Discernment Tonight!
Sr. Donna, SSJ, will join us tonight for our Wednesday night dinner to speak about the process of discernment. Discerning your next step? Thinking and praying about your vocation? Just want to hear some inspiration? The dinner will take place at 6 pm after our 5:15 Mass. All are welcome!
Colliding Black Holes and the Third Commandment
This lecture will explore the nature of the interdependence of science and religion and how the commandment to keep the Sabbath holy is integral to this relationship.
A graduate student studying theoretical astrophysics, will also explore the question of whether or not he is actually a real scientist and how faith underlies this question.The talk will be held
Tomorrow (11/29) at 1 pm and at 7 pm
in Carges Hall (the basement of Immaculate Conception Church, 113 N. Geneva St). The entrance to Carges Hall is down the stairs in the glass atrium at the southeast side of the church.
The Anabel Taylor Chapel Choir and the Chai Notes will be collaborating to put on an interfaith choral/accapella service
tomorrow night, 8pm
at Anabel Taylor Chapel. Titled “Or/אור”, Hebrew for “light”, we’ll be reflecting on hope, division, and the relationship between restoring peace beyond us and within us.
Congratulations on your achievement. Cornell Catholic has graduation honor cords for our graduates. Stop by our offices and pick one up. Show your Catholic pride at your recognition ceremony! If you will be graduating or moving on this December we wish to honor your achievements and time with our community at a celebratory dinner
please contact Pat (pjg223) by 11/30.
"It's a Wonderful Life"
Movie Night - 7 pm 11/30
Join Cornell Catholic for some hot chocolate and a movie to get ready for the Season of Advent. "It's a Wonderful Life" is a classic Christmas film, about the positive impact one person's life can have on a community. It was ranked number 1 on the American Film Institute's most inspirational American films of all time. The showing will be Friday November 30th at 7 PM in Goldwin Smith Hall room 142.
March for Life
March for Life has grown into the largest human rights demonstration in the world. Come join in the march's mission to end abortion and mobilize pro-life people! We will be leaving for Washington D.C on the night of January 17th and arrive on the 18th to celebrate a special Mass at the National Basilica and participate in the march. There are limited spots available so please contact Abrey (aaf87) as soon as possible to sign up or ask any questions.
Deadline to register is December 14.
Our Kairos retreat will take place over February break, from February 22-24! Among several translations, 'Kairos' means "the opportune time" or "God's time." In this weekend long retreat students have the opportune time to deepen their faith and reflect on their relationship with God, self, and others. For more information or to sign up please visit:
Contact Abrey (aaf87) for any questions!
Sent by Francis Heptig on Wednesday, November 28 at 2:30PM