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Programs and Events


Adulting! is a unique opportunity for small groups of students to join conversations about real and honest life questions with professors who are farther along on their adulting journey.

ALIVE Peer Ministry
ALIVE peer ministers host weekly programs within the residence halls to provide places to consider questions of meaning and calling, and support students in exploring their faith and spirituality.

Donum Ipsum
Donum Ipsum (meaning the gift itself) is a weekly experience that provides an opportunity for students, staff and faculty, to participate in open and honest discussions about the Catholic tradition that enliven and enrich both the spirit and the mind. Incorporating a time for community prayer within a comfortable and prayerful setting, the format allows for fellowship and conversation about particular topics within the Church. Donum Ipsum helps students connect with others who are trying to make sense of their faith in the world, as well as to learn more about various elements of the Catholic faith. Follow us on Facebook, get weekly alerts, and check out the full calendar of events.

Morning Prayer
Offered Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings from 8:05-8:20 a.m., when classes are in session.

Navigate: An Exploration of Life and Vocation
Through this year-long experience students will read, reflect, discuss, develop and write about their understanding of calling. 
Applications for the 2018-2019 program will be available in March 2018.

“OMG! I'm a Senior!” Exploring Life After College
The “OMG! I'm a Senior!” series supports seniors in their time of transition and decision-making.

Table Talk
Join us for dinner and a TED talk followed by table conversation with a small group of students and a staff or faculty facilitator. We'll hear responses to the video from a few invited guests and then we'll have Q&A following table talk about the video.

Thin Place: A Protestant worship service for everyone
In Celtic Spirituality, a thin place is an instance in which heaven and earth collide. One Tuesday each month, students are invited to a worship service with communion that celebrates God’s loving presence in the world by drawing on the rich heritage of music, art, prayer, media, and preaching in Protestant expressions of faith. Join us after worship for free dessert and coffee sponsored by a local Protestant church.

Word & Table
Students, faculty, staff, and community members are invited to listen to sacred stories from the Bible and reflect on their meaning for our modern lives through the practice of Lectio Divina. Join us every Tuesday during the school year at 12:30pm for a sacred conversation and bring your lunch!

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