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The 40 days of Lent start on Wednesday, February 14 with Ash Wednesday and concludes on Maundy (Holy) Thursday, March 29. All are encouraged to take time for prayer, contemplation, and reflection throughout this season of renewal. Please consider participating in any of these opportunities provided by the Emmaus Center and St. Norbert College Parish.

Monday Noon-7pm (Shrine of St. Joseph), 7-8pm (Old St. Joe's)
ALIVE Students representing various class years, Christian traditions and spiritual perspectives, gather weekly to build community on campus that provide places to consider questions of meaning and calling, and support students in exploring their faith and spirituality.
Daily Lenten Reflections
An opportunity for the campus to be inspired by students, staff, and faculty who have provided Lenten inspiration each day of Lent.
Donum Ipsum 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
Sunday 10am & 7pmMonday-Friday NoonWednesday Knight Mass 9pm (Burke Hall Chapel)
Morning Prayer
An ecumenical prayer service for everyone. Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning. 8:05-8:20 am at Old St. Joes.
 Sunday 6pmMonday 7pmTuesday & Thursday 11am; Reconciliation Service on Wednesday, March 21, 6-7:30pm.

Chalkboards will be on display around campus asking each of us what kind of community we aim to create and then empowering us with local resources for action. Share your reflection on a chalkboard, commit to one new act of mercy, and invite someone to join you during the Lenten mercy revolution.

Stations of the Cross
Join the Emmaus Center, St. Norbert College Parish and fellow students, faculty and staff as we walk the Way of the Cross on Wednesday, March 7 throughout campus.  We will begin at the Old St. Joe's at 6:15 P.M. and finish back at the Church around 7:30 P.M. 
Thin Place A monthly worship service led by students from a variety of Protestant backgrounds. Tuesday, February 13 and March 20 at 7:30 pm at the Cassandra Voss Center
Word and 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. Tuesdays at 12:30.

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