Spiritan Campus Ministry
Welcome to Spiritan Campus Ministry! We invite you to --be engaged-- from liturgical celebrations, faith-journey communities, to outreach opportunities. Spiritan Campus Ministry invites you grow in faith and to explore all the ways you can contribute at Duquesne and beyond.
Christian Unity Week is January 18-25. Reconciliation - The Love of Christ Compels Us (2 Corinthians 5:14-20)
Our January Libermann Luncheon is January 17th at Noon in the Africa Room.
We will welcome Fr. Bill Cleary, C.S.Sp., an Irish Spiritan who came to Duquesne in August 2016 as Spiritan Scholar in Residence for one year. Fr. Bill will discuss "A Wider Ecumenism"in anticipation of Christian Unity Week.
"A Wider Ecumenism" is about recognizing that as there is one world, so there is one God. This God is revealed in Jesus as wanting all peoples to be united as one human family where all can be at home. Spiritans recognize divisions between Christians as a stumbling block to proclaiming a gospel of universal togetherness. The energy of the great world religions needs to be harnessed to ensure peace among the peoples and care for the one world we all call "home".
If you can join us please RSVP by January 13, 2017 to Mary Beth Calorie at firstname.lastname@example.org or x6020. Hope to see you there.
Also, please save the date of January 30th. The Division of Mission and Identity will welcome back Tom White to finish his presentation of October, "A History of Duquesne University". You will be able to respond through the Founder's week RSVP system coming soon!
The March for Life is Friday, January 27, 2016. We leave Duquesne at 5am and return at 10pm. To reserve your space email Linda Donovan at email@example.com.
Holiday Mass Schedule:
Sunday, December 18 ---11am only through January 8
Saturday/Sunday, January 14/15--Regular Mass times resume.
Also, be sure to:
Check out the Spiritan Campus Ministry "Be Engaged" Brochure!
Weekly Recurring Events:
Readings are provided by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
Spotlight on students:
Jubilee of Mercy:
Prayer to the Holy Spirit
Breathe in me, Holy Spirit, that my thoughts may reflect you. Act in me, Holy Spirit, that my life may further God's Reign.
Fill my heart, Holy Spirit, that I may love with great kindness. Strengthen me, Holy Spirit, that I may defend the poor and needy.
Embolden me, Holy Spirit, that my life may be a witness to the Gospel. Preserve me, Holy Spirit, that I may always remain your dwelling place.
- adapted from a prayer by St. Augustine