Campus Ministry Happenings: 2/5-2/12
Feb 5, 2019 by Anna C Robertson
This Week in Campus Ministry
Interfaith Prayer for Peace
Thursday, February 7, 2019, 12:30-1:30pm, Chapel of St. Ignatius
An annual service gathering representatives from a variety of faith backgrounds to pray and reflect on a commitment to peace and non-violence in our world.
Interfaith Game Night
Tuesday, February 12, 2018, 6:00pm-8:00pm, Casey Commons
We will be hosting an Interfaith Game Night! Come out to play games with your friends while meeting people of different religious or non-religious traditions. This will be a great chance to hangout with students from different backgrounds, learn more about different faith groups, and having an overall great evening! Dinner will be provided
Deadlines and Reminders
- Register for Winter Search: Join Campus Ministry for the Seattle University Search Retreat, February 22-24! Search is a reflective retreat opportunity for you to explore yourself, your spirituality, and your relationship to others. Search is open to students of all faith and philosophical traditions. Register on ConnectSU by February 6th.
- Register for Rooted: A Retreat for Students of Color: Rooted is a weekend, overnight retreat March 1-3, that invites students of color to explore intersecting identities and cultivate sustainable community. The SOC Retreat is facilitated by SU staff and faculty of color and will include opportunities for personal reflection, story-telling, rest and relaxation, and lots of fun!
Check out these opportunities from our on-campus partners! Do you have a program or opportunity coming up you'd like to see featured here? Email Anna Robertson with your request and a brief blurb!
- Join the Center for Community Engagement and Serve Local for their 4th Annual Winter Wellness Week. All events, focused on themes like healthy relationships, self-care, journaling, and meditation, are free and aim to support any SU students who volunteer. Check out the calendar of events on ConnectSU!
- The Catholic Church is in the midst of a crisis as great as any since the Protestant Reformation. About this there seems to be widespread agreement. However, when it comes to diagnosing that crisis, analyses differ considerably. Is this a crisis of sexual ethics, a failure of episcopal leadership, an abuse of power, or all of the above? Explore these and other questions next Tuesday night at 7pm with Dr. Richard Gaillardetz, Professor of Catholic Systematic Theology at Boston College, at A Church in Crisis: How Did We Get Here? How Do We Move Forward?. Learn more about this event, sponsored by the Institute of Catholic Thought and Culture, on the event page.