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Spiritual Resources

Athletic Chaplains
Athletic chaplains maintain a partnership with the head coach and/or coaching staff and provide a healthy and broad perspective to team members from a variety of backgrounds. Team chaplains strive to support players and coaches in three distinct ways: Building supportive relationships; Being present at events and available for conversation and support throughout the year; Working with coaches in a spirit of mutuality to integrate with the team. The Emmaus Center for Spiritual Life & Vocation trains faculty and staff from across the college to serve as athletic chaplains whenever a request is made by a coach. Examples of current chaplain offerings include guided meditations before weekly football games, facilitating a common read for the women's volleyball team, prayers offered at banquets and events, and individual meetings with students. Please contact the Emmaus Center to schedule a conversation about athletic chaplaincy at St. Norbert College.

Books available to check out
The Emmaus Center for Spiritual Life & Vocation has a considerable collection of books. Please visit our office in TWH M29 at any time to browse our selection and check out a book. 

Keep Walking
Keep Walking is a meditation and question posed weekly for people to contemplate as their schedule allows.

Letters of Care and Support
Collection of short letters of care, affirmation, encouragement and support for SNC Students who are part of the LGBTQIA+ Community. The notes were written by SNC faculty and staff during National Coming Out Week.

Local Places of Worship
For students looking for a local place of worship in a particular tradition, you find a variety of options and locations.

Prayer Requests
Inspired by the example of Norbert of Xanten and the ongoing dedication to prayer evidenced by the Norbertine Order, we seek to respond as fully as possible to the prayer requests of members of our St. Norbert College community.

Sacred Spaces
St. Norbert College is committed to providing spaces for prayer or quiet reflection for members of the college community from any faith or spiritual perspective. You will find these spaces vary from formal spaces conducive to group gatherings, to quiet spots in which individuals can catch their breath.

Last Lectures
Last Lectures presentations were opportunities for faculty and staff to share what they imagine would be their last words. While no longer offered, these talks were reflective of some of life’s biggest questions and are thus archived here to view at anytime. While the last lectures are written with students in mind, all can gain from the wise reflections of those we know and cherish.

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