November is the Month of Remembrance
We join with the church throughout the world in honoring The Month of Remembrance, a time set apart that invites us to remember and celebrate those who have gone before us in faith; loved ones who have died as well as all the holy men and women who are the Blessed Communion of Saints. Two significant ritual additions help us mark this sacred time.
1. The Altar of Remembrance: Rooted in the tradition of “Dia de los Muertos,” we are invited to bring mementos of loved ones and friends who have died, placing them on this altar as a sign of their presence with us.
2. The Book of Names: We are invited to inscribe the names of these loved ones and friends in this ritual book located adjacent to the Altar of Remembrance. The Book of Names will be processed to the main altar during our Eucharistic celebrations throughout the month of November.
Register for the Ignatian Retreat!
Applications open Monday, October 7
Ignatian Retreat,Jesuit Retreat House, Los Altos, CA, December 15-20, $200
Secure your spot on the December Ignatian Retreat by completing the registration form and submitting your $200 payment in Campus Ministry. Contact Emily Campi, email@example.com, for more information.
Registration is now available for current students who are baptized, have celebrated their 1st Communion and who wish to celebrate the Sacrament of Confirmation. Please keep in mind that this program is only offered every other year. For more details and to register, please see our website: http://scu.edu/cm/getinvolved/sacramentalformation.cfm
Young Alumni and Graduate Student Gathering
Sunday, November 10, after the 6 pm Liturgy, Donohoe Alumni House
All young alumni and graduate students are invited to a casual reception with Prof. Fred Parrella as he discusses post graduation relationships. Refreshments will be served. Bring a friend. All are welcome!
Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30 p.m., Campus Ministry
Please join us in am ecumenical Bible Study each Tuesday as we gather as a community to read, reflect and learn from Scripture. This Quarter we will read the books of Jonah and Esther. Whether you’re active in a church community or just learning about the Christian faith, this is a welcoming community for you. We provide Bibles and snacks and all are invited!
Interfaith Dinner Discussion
Thursday, October 26, 6-7 p.m., Campus Ministry Large Conference Room
Are you interested in other faiths? Want to talk about interfaith issues, concerns, ideas? Come join us for discussion on issues of interest to those of all faiths and no faith. Free dinner provided.
Thursday, November 7, 8-9 p.m., Mission Church
Come celebrate heritage, family, and faith at our first Misa en Espanol of the school year. All are welcome!