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Programs and Events

Agape Latte
Agape Latte is a speaker series that features our own St. Norbert faculty and staff members who share stories about the intersection of life and faith.

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.

Morning Prayer
Offered Monday 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.

Retreat Opportunities
Retreats offers students a time a place to take a step back from the busyness of life and increase spirituality. We offer retreats across a a spectrum of interest areas and formats.  

Scholars for Community-Engaged Vocation
Students accepted into Scholars for Community-Engaged Vocation embark on a series of programs, service experiences, community-engaged courses, workshops, and retreats that prepare you to recognize the gifts and values that empower your response to the needs of the world.

Thin Place: A collision of earth and heaven
In Celtic Spirituality, a thin place is a place where the veil between heaven and earth is "thin." We call it a collision of earth of heaven. Join us twice each month to share life and seek wisdom in an inclusive community of people singing, laughing, praying, and breaking bread together. Communion is served at the first gathering of each month by a local Protestant minister.

TRIPS is an alternative break service program that strengthens communities by turning responsibility into powerful service (TRIPS). Trip Leaders and participants grow through hands-on education, service, and reflection to become engaged citizens who strengthen communities by committing to social justice.

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 while sharing lunch. 

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