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Ash Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Ashes will be distributed at the following times" 8:30 - 10:30 Catholic Campus Ministry Chapel 12:00 noon: Prayer Service, Azalea Room, 2nd floor Fisher Union 6:00pm: Mass at Catholic Campus Ministry building followed by a light dinner.

2017 Alan J. Dash Lecture

"Those Amazing New Testament Women" is the topic of this year's public lecture presented on Thursday, March 16th, at 7:00pm in the Burney Center. Sister Carol Perry, SU is a biblical scholar, author, educator and storyteller. Sister Carol has the gift of making biblical figures and events come alive and become relevant to our world. Sister Carol has served as resident biblical scholar and Marble Collegiate Church in Manhattan for 37 years where she has taught the Bible in the adult education program as well as leading bible studies in the workplace as part of the Spirituality in the Workplace Outreach program. She is the author of: "Waiting for our Souls to Catch UP" and "Among Women". The lecture is free and open to the public.

Immigrant and Refugee Rights: Whose country is it? A Tale Told in 3 Parts

On Tuesday, March 21st at 7:00pm in Morton Hall Room 100. Professor Ellen K. Boegel will explore: Immigration, Refugee status, and Sanctuary from a legal perspective. Professor Boegel is teaches Immigration Law at St. John University and is the contributing editor for legal affairs for America Magazine. The lecture and discussion is free and open to the public.

Sacrament of Reconciliation

Lenten Reconciliation Service will be on Thursday, March 23rd, at 8:00pm, in the CCM Building. Priests will be available for private confession. Fr. Greg is available for Confession on Tuesdays at 6:00pm or by appointment.

Peace Pole Dedication

On Wednesday, March 22nd, at 6:30pm we will memorialize those who have been killed at the hands of terrorist and violent acts and those who have dedicated their live to working for peace with a rock garden in the backyard of the Campus Ministry building. We will plant a peace pole expressing our desire to let peace prevail on earth. All are welcome.

Small Faith Sharing Groups

El Camino: Mondays, 6:00pm Randall Library Auditiorium (Spanish) Women's Group: Wednesdays, 8:00pm, CCM building Men's Group: Thursdays, 5:00pm, CCM building

Peace Pole Dedication

On Wednesday, March 22nd, at 6:30pm we will memorialize those who have been killed at the hands of terrorist and violent acts and those who have dedicated their live to working for peace with a rock garden in the backyard of the Campus Ministry building. We will plant a peace pole expressing our desire to let peace prevail on earth. All are welcome.

Peace Pole Dedication

On Wednesday, March 22nd, at 6:30pm we will memorialize those who have been killed at the hands of terrorist and violent acts and those who have dedicated their live to working for peace with a rock garden in the backyard of the Campus Ministry building. We will plant a peace pole expressing our desire to let peace prevail on earth. All are welcome.

Peace Pole Dedication

On Wednesday, March 22nd, at 6:30pm we will memorialize those who have been killed at the hands of terrorist and violent acts and those who have dedicated their live to working for peace with a rock garden in the backyard of the Campus Ministry building. We will plant a peace pole expressing our desire to let peace prevail on earth. All are welcome.

Peace Pole Dedication

On Wednesday, March 22nd, at 6:30pm we will memorialize those who have been killed at the hands of terrorist and violent acts and those who have dedicated their live to working for peace with a rock garden in the backyard of the Campus Ministry building. We will plant a peace pole expressing our desire to let peace prevail on earth. All are welcome.

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