Weekly Spirituality Tip
The Arrow Prayer. As you go through this week, try to have an attitude of gratitude. As you see or experience something for which you're grateful, points to it and be thankful.
Sundays, 10 a.m., 6 p.m.*, & 9 p.m.*
*6 & 9 p.m. Masses are subject to the academic calendar
Join us for a Bible study that is diverse, informal, co-ed, multi-ethnic, global-minded, and open to a breadth of perspectives.
Weekly Rosary Prayer Group
The Rosary is a beautiful way to connect with God and center your prayer in a meaningful way. This group is for anyone who is interested in connecting with their faith in a different way. If you
are interested in joining, please contact email@example.com
The RCIA process at SCU is available for current SCU undergraduate and graduate students who wish to explore the Christian faith within the Catholic Church. Contact Lulu Santana
for more information.
Mass of Remembrance & All Saints Day Liturgies
Tuesday, 11/1, 12:05pm & 5:00pm
The Mass of Remembrance is this Tuesday, Nov. 1st, All Saints Day at 12:05pm and 5:00pm.
Misa en Español
Tuesday, 11/1, 8pm
Students, staff, faculty, family, and friends are invited to the first Spanish language Mass of the year to celebrate All Saints Day as well as Día de Los Muertos.
Interfaith Dinner Discussions
Thursday, 11/3, 6pm
This week’s dinner discussion will feature a discussion on Mormonism with a special guest from campus, and, as always, a great dinner! RSVP to Seher Siddiqee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
eXaLT Eucharistic Adoration
Thursday, 11/3, 8pm
Multifaith Sanctuary, St. Joseph’s Hall
Join us for Eucharist Adoration, with music, refreshments, as well as time for prayer and reflection. Contact Chris Caruso at (818) 388-0753 for more information.
Grapes for Grades:
A Wine tasting and Silent Auction to benefit the
Jesuit Community's Scholarship Fund
Saturday, 11/12, 1:30pm
Neto’s Market & Grill
This event is for the SCU Adult Community, over 21 years of age, who like wine tasting and would like to help the Jesuit's raise money for their scholarship fund.
December 11 – 16
The Ignatian Retreat is a 5-day Silent Retreat, centered on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. This opportunity is open to students as well as staff and faculty. The retreat starts the Sunday AFTER Finals. Sign-ups are open now. Make sure to sign up soon as space is limited.
DISCOVER Leader Applications
Due November 4th
Retreat leader applications for the DISCOVER retreat in February will be accepted through November 4th
. There are 5 spots for student leaders, who will work with Campus Ministers and Resident Ministers to co-lead this weekend of discernment. Sign up at the link below. http://scu.edu/cm/getinvolved/ignatiansignup.cfm
Donations of toys and household items are being collected for a local Bay Area charity, Sunday Friends. Items will be collected before and after Mass from Sunday, October 30th
through November 20th
. Contact email@example.com
with any questions.