Your Week with Cornell Catholic
6 pm Men's and Women's Groups
5:15 pm Rosary
2:30-4 pm Confession at Immaculate Conception Church
1 pm Student Mass at Immaculate Conception
Monday Feb 15:
Start of St. Joseph Consecration (see below)
Student Mass at Immaculate Conception
A Mass for students and other members of the Cornell University and Ithaca College campus communities will be celebrated at Immaculate Conception Church on Sundays at 1 pm.
Pre-registration is required.
See more information and how to register
. You can find information on how to volunteer as a liturgical
on our website
. Contact music director Elizabeth Lyon (ell67) if you are interested in serving as a cantor and keyboard accompanists.
Men's and Women's Groups
Seeking to grow in faith and fellowship? Men's and women's groups will meet Tuesdays from 6-7 pm beginning today.
to join the women's group Zoom (ID: 919-9176-0779, Pswrd: 315686).
to join men's group Zoom (ID: 333-292-346, Pswrd: 066222).
Go to Joseph: Consecration to St. Joseph
Consecration to St. Joseph
is a 33-day period which guides us to know St. Joseph more and increase in trust in his intercession through daily readings and prayer. We will be making this preparation and consecration as a group from February 15-March 19 (our consecration day will be the Solemnity of St. Joseph). Pope Francis
a “Year of Saint Joseph” from December 8, 2020 to 8 December 2021. Now is the time to "Go to Joseph."
Being a part of this group will involve taking some time each of the 33-days for the readings and prayers. There will also be an option to meet weekly to reflect on the process as a group. If you are interested in making this powerful consecration
please sign up here
so we can make sure you have the needed materials. Please email campus minister Abrey (aaf87) if you have any questions.
We will pray the rosary together this Friday at 5:15 pm. Click
to join the meeting (Meeting ID: 924 9611 2755, Pswrd: 093765)
'Among several translations of the Greek word
is "the opportune time," different from
, which means chronological or sequential time. This retreat is the opportune time to take a step away from our daily routine, focus on our relationship with God, and see how He wants to use this time. This year we will offer a 24-hour retreat experience on Saturday, March 20. The retreat can be made fully virtually and there also will be an option for those in Ithaca to meet in-person for a portion of the retreat (University policy permitting). Registration is open until February 21. Find more information and register
Public Policy Advocacy Weekend
NOURISH NEW YORK
is a NYS initiative that provides funding to Food Banks to purchase New York State-produced farm products. This accomplishes two goals: it offers market support to farmers, the fishing community, and food processors who have been impacted by the economic effects of the pandemic, while getting high-quality food to individuals and families across the state who are struggling to put food on their tables. The initiative provided $35 million in funding from May 1 to December 31, 2020. 4,152 farms have provided over 17 million pounds of high-quality New York-produced food to New Yorkers in need. You can help keep this good work going by signing our Public Policy petition
anytime between now and February 14. Please share it with others! If you are not from New York State, but are living here in Ithaca for school, you are able to fill this petition out with your Ithaca address. If your address is in the City of Ithaca the reps are: Anna Kelles, Assembly member and Tom O’Mara, State senator.
on Tuesday, February 9 at 2:00PM