Overview of this Week's Schedule
9 pm Rosary
4:30-5:30 pm Redlin Room
5:30 pm Women's Group
6:30 pm Men's Group
9 pm Rosary
8 am livestreamed Mass
6:30-7:30 pm Bible Study
7:30 pm Voter Registration
2 pm Juvenile Ministry Prayer
5:30 pm Rosary
10 am Nature Walk on Campus
8:30 pm Night Prayer
5 pm Rosary
7-8 pm Grad Group
Staff Virtual Office Hours
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Saturday Nature Walk
Our student leadership team will be leading a nature walk on campus this Saturday at 10 am. Come and get to know members of the community in person! There will be several groups of 10 students or less so we will have a limited number of spaces available.
Sign up here
as soon as possible to get a spot! There will be other student led in-person events on campus coming up, including Scripture discussion, prayer, and social events.
Voting Registration Workshop
This Thursday at 7:30 pm, student leadership team members and Cornell Votes will be hosting a workshop to help with voter registration and absentee voting.
to join the meeting or Meeting ID: 931 5914 0434, Passcode: 083147.
Praying the Rosary and October Rosary Events
Join us in praying the Rosary! We have added a new weekly time on Tuesdays at 9 pm to celebrate October as the month of the rosary. We will also pray together tomorrow 10/7, the memorial of Our Lady of the Rosary! Mondays at 5 pm, Tuesdays at 9 pm, and Wednesday 10/7 at 9 pm ID: 818-541-996. Password: 205074
(all will be that same ID besides Fridays). Fridays at 5:30 pm: Meeting ID: 981-7342-4306 Password: 833273
. Stay tuned for information on meetings during October to learn more about the rosary.
Friday Prayer for Juvenile Detention Center Ministry
This week at 2 pm on Friday we will begin our bi-weekly prayer for those we work with at the juvenile detention centers. Prayer will be no more than 20 minutes. If you would like to be involved in sending Scripture verses, prayers, and notes to local incarcerated youth please email Abrey (aaf87). Zoom for prayer:
or Meeting ID: 916 1491 6113 Password: 372298
Thursdays from 6:30-7:30 on Zoom. Join us in fellowship and grow closer to God through His Word.
or Meeting ID: 942 2041 2463 Passcode: 321736
Men's and Women's Group
will meet Wednesdays at 6:30 pm. Zoom ID: 333-292-346, Password: 066222, contact Alex (ak826) with any questions.
will meet Wednesdays at 5:30 pm. Click
or Zoom ID: 985 1059 0825 Password: 696863. Email Abrey (aaf87) with any questions.
Graduate and Professional Student Group
Mondays at 7 pm via Zoom. Find more information
. Contact Zach with any questions (
Every Thursday morning at 8 a.m. join us for a livestreamed Mass from Muller Chapel at Ithaca College. Watch on our YouTube channel
Night Prayer on Sunday
Sundays at 8:30 pm on Zoom. Prayer is no longer than 10-15 minutes.
to join, or ID: 975 7128 2040 Password: 541132
Virtual Redlin Room
Wednesdays 4:30-5:30 pm- a virtual space to chat, take a study break, or have company while doing homework.
to join the Zoom or Meeting ID: 985 8570 6418 Psswrd: 702822
40 Days for Life
An internationally coordinated campaign that aims to end abortion through prayer, fasting, community outreach, and peaceful all-day vigil in front of abortion facilities. You can sign up to keep vigil and learn more
. There are many testimonies to how this campaign has saved lives and helped people in time of need. For questions or to be connected with local respect life resources email Abrey (aaf87).
Weekly Sung Compline
St. Luke's Lutheran Church is offering a weekly sung Compline service at 8:30 pm on Wednesdays via Zoom. Attendees may sing along with the responses and hymns, or simply listen. People of all faiths and denominations are welcome! Zoom link
, or find the link on the homepage
Weekly Note about Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship
This past Sunday we celebrated Respect Life Sunday, commemorating the 25th anniversary of the
Gospel of Life
, and continue to grow in our understanding of political engagement, we are reminded of Saint Pope John Paul II’s words that
human life finds itself most vulnerable when it enters the world and when it leaves the realm of time to embark upon eternity (Evangelium Vitae, 44)
. As we challenge our political leaders to support the dignity of human life, let us all take responsibility to walk with those in need at critical moments of decision-making. Questions for reflection:
On the preeminent priority of abortion, as described by the U.S. Bishops in the introductory note of
Forming Consciences for
, how can I work with political leaders to end the tragedy of abortion in my community? How can I walk with moms-in-need this year to show that support for women and children in crisis is available? For more information please go to
Here is a video
from the USCCB.
Today we remember
Blessed Marie-Rose Durocher
on Tuesday, October 6 at 2:00PM