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A Stewardship Prayer for December Lord, As we journey through this Advent season, give us the wisdom to be good stewards of this time of grace, a time to be more prayerful, to listen more intently to Your Word; a time to allow our faith to grow and mature. Show us how to...Read more
Repeats every week every Friday until Fri Dec 21 2018.
9:15 AM to 10:30 AM
SoulCore - a Movement to Nourish Body, Mind & Soul Join SoulCore Leader, Michelle McGowan, to nourish body, mind and soul with SoulCore – a prayer experience that combines the prayers of the Rosary with core strengthening, stretching and functional movement. No fitness...Read more
Dec 9
 

A Stewardship Prayer for December

Lord,

As we journey through this Advent season, give us the wisdom to be good stewards of this time of grace, a time to be more prayerful, to listen more intently to Your Word; a time to allow our faith to grow and mature. Show us how to give witness to your Good News more fervently among our families, friends and those with whom we...

Dec 12
Repeats every week every Wednesday until Fri May 31 2019. 7:30 AM to 8:30 AM

JOIN US ON THE MAT WEDNESDAY MORNINGS GENTLE YOGA CLASS  7:30 AM – 8:30 AM For your Body, Mind and Spirit • Remember our friends in Haiti • Basic Hatha Yoga for students of all levels • A special welcome to beginners! Where: Lafayette Building – Dussman Room (yoga mats, blocks & straps provided) Instructors: Annie...

Dec 14
Repeats every week every Friday until Fri Dec 21 2018. 9:15 AM to 10:30 AM

SoulCore - a Movement to Nourish Body, Mind & Soul

 

 

Join SoulCore Leader, Michelle McGowan, to nourish body, mind and soul with SoulCore – a prayer experience that combines the prayers of the Rosary with core strengthening, stretching and functional movement. No fitness level or experience...

Dec 15
9:30 AM to 11:15 AM

McDonnell Hall

Jack Shea presents Seeing Haloes: Christmas Poems to Open the Heart

Many Christians complain that Christmas often happens without them. They look forward to the season, but they experience it as rush, excess, and exhaustion. Dr. Shea has used the metaphor ”Finding the Child” to describe this experience. Christ may have been born, but they cannot...