10:30 am and 9:30 pm Sage Chapel
5:15 pm ATH Chapel
5:15 pm ATH Chapel- followed by dinner each week
5:15 pm ATH Chapel
Sacrament of Reconciliation:
Tuesdays 6:30-8 and Wednesdays 4-4:45 or by appointment with Fr. Dan (dtm33)- G17 Anabel Taylor Hall
Men's and Women's group tonight 6 pm (G-22 and G-24 respectively)
Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick will take place Tuesday 11/12 at the 5:15 pm Mass
Among several translations of 'Kairos' is 'the oppprtune time' or 'God's time.' In this weekend long retreat, from February 7-9, 2020, students will retreat and have the time to deepen their faith and reflect on their relationship with God, self and others. Individuals at any place in their faith journey are welcome to attend. Register
. Priority deadline is December 2. Email Abrey (aaf87) with any questions.
Sisters of St. Joseph Visit
Sr. Donna and Sr. Marilyn, two Sisters of St. Joseph from Rochester will be visiting again on Wednesday November 13th. They will be available during the day on Wednesday and Thursday morning to meet with students 1:1 for spiritual direction/guidance or just for casual conversation. Please email Abrey (aaf87) to schedule a time with one of them. They will join us for our weekly Wednesday Mass and community dinner where we will discuss discerning God's will in our lives.They will visit again December 5-6.
In honor of the feast day of St. Albert the Great, a Gold Mass will be celebrated on campus! Gold Masses are part of the tradition of special Masses for Catholics of specific professions; in this case, for scientists. Mass will be Friday, November 15, at 5:15 pm in ATH followed by a reception in G-22. All are welcome! Invite your friends, colleagues, and professors to come celebrate Mass with us!
Baccalaureate Mass and Recognition Dinner
Attention all seniors, graduate students and fellows wrapping up your program in December, we would like to honor your accomplishments, send you off with a blessing and take you out to dinner. The 5:15 Mass on Tuesday, December 10th will be our December Baccalaureate Mass and the dinner will be immediately following.
Please email Eileen Heptig (emh226) to RSVP by December 2.
, November 10th 9:30 pm Mass- Bring a Friend!
As part of the Cornell Interfaith Council’s series over the next two weekends, religious groups will be welcoming members of other communities to their regular weekly services. As part of this, on Nov. 10th , we will be welcoming guests to our 9:30 pm Mass in Sage Chapel. Please help us welcome these guests into our space and be open to answering questions. Fr. Dan will be explaining the Mass starting at 9:15, and all are welcome to come early and get a refresher on the Mass. Mass will start at 9:30. Invite anyone that you think might be interested!
St. Jude Thaddeus Relics @ Holy Cross
On Saturday Nov. 16th Fr. Patrick Tobin, O.P.,
Director of the Dominican Shrine of St. Jude Thaddeus
will travel from Chicago to New York for this special one-day mission with the Arm Relic of St. Jude- the largest relic of an Apostle located outside of Europe. The itinerary is: 10 AM -Rosary, 10:20 AM -Mass, 11 AM -Veneration of Relic and anointing with St. Jude Oil: Noon-Potluck lunch in Cleary Hall at Holy Cross.
Catholic Charities: Diocesan Life Issue of 2020
Several states have legalized physician-assisted suicide and efforts are underway in NYS. As Catholics we believe in the sanctity of every human life, from the moment of conception to the moment of natural death. At the recommendation of our Diocesan Public Policy Committee Bishop Matano has chosen this as our diocesan advocacy issue for 2020. Parishes will be collecting signatures in opposition to the legalization of physician-assisted suicide during Public Policy Weekend in February. To learn more about physician assisted suicide and Catholic teaching on end-of-life medical treatment
Today we remember St. Elizabeth! Filled with the Holy Spirit, Elizabeth's proclamation to Mary (Luke 1:41-45) are powerful words we pray often in the Hail Mary. St. Elizabeth and St. Zacharia, her husband, play a role in our salvation history-pray for us!
We also celebrate
St. Peter Chrysologus
, Bishop and Doctor of the Church. He is known as being a man "of the Golden Words," giving short and direct homilies with sound and powerful teachings. St. Peter Chrysologus, pray for us.
on Tuesday, November 5, 2019 at 2:43PM