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“They devoted themselves to the teaching of the apostles and to the communal life, to the breaking of the bread and to the prayers”
-- (Acts 2:42)

C2BC - The Choosing to be Catholic Retreat - February 19-21, 2016Sunday Evening Mass - 7 pmMass on CampusCatholic but not Confirmed?Pasta Night ThursdayRelay for Life

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C2BC Retreat  
Register by February 12 and save $50.00 

In the craziness of life, it doesn’t hurt to pause to discover more about yourself, your faith, and how it fits into the big picture.

Find out why other young adults choose to be Catholic; learn how faith plays a role in their journeys; and take the time to reflect on your own path. [ More ]



Small Group Bible Sharing

This small group Bible Sharing opportunity will encourage everyone, no matter where they are in their spiritual life, to have a personal encounter with Jesus. Meets on Thursdays at 12:15 pm in the Reflection Room. Please register so we’ll have sufficient materials. [ More ]


Refreshing Catholicism New

Refreshing Catholicism
We are happy to offer an opportunity for everyone to deepen (Refresh) their understanding of the Catholic faith through a review of the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Meets Wednesday afternoons at 3:00 pm in the Reflection Room on the second floor of the campus center. [ More ] ______________________________________________________________________________________

Living Mercy 

Living Mercy is a response to Pope Francis’ call to observe the Year of Mercy, an extraordinary jubilee year from 8 December 2015 until 20 November 2016. In his papal bull Misericordiae Vultus, the pope calls mercy the very foundation of the Church and “the bridge that connects God and [human beings].” Jesus, he says is the very “face of the Father’s mercy.” The Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy call all of us to radiate the tangible and concrete mercy of God to the entire world. This is authentic Christian living.  Sessions begin on February 22. [ More ]


Dead Theologians Society 
DTS is a Catholic apostolate for college age young adults. Through the Saints of yesterday, the Dead Theologians 

Society inspires the youth of today to become the saints of tomorrow. A special charism of the Dead Theologians Society is to pray for the release of the Souls in Purgatory. Its motto is, “Dead to the World, alive in Christ!” This is inspired by Romans 6:11 where St. Paul tells us to be dead to sin but alive in Christ Jesus. DTS meets on Wednesdays at 4:00 pm at Newman House.  [ More


Heavenly Grounds


Come and gather with friends and a nice cup of coffee as we explore the meaning of the Sunday mass 

readings. Not only will we dive into the meaning of the passages (its history, context, and author’s intention) but we will also discuss how these passages, written so many years ago, are still relevant to us today. 

Let’s dig deeper into our scriptural heritage together as a community as we prepare ourselves to engage the upcoming truths presented in the Sunday readings. Heavenly Grounds meets at Noon on Sundays at Newman House. [ More ]


Adoration and Applebees

You are invited to a night of worship and fellowship with God and with friends. Join us for Eucharistic Adoration, where we will encounter our savior in the appearance of bread. We will participate in the rich and beautiful traditions of the church through various forms of prayer, whether that be the rosary or Liturgy of the Hours or contemplation and meditation. 

Following Benediction, we will move to Applebee’s for an opportunity to enjoy good food and good company.  

Adoration takes place at 5:00 pm on the first Monday of the month at 5:00 pm at Newman House [ More ]


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