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  •  Ecumenical Bible Study

    Wednesday, May. 31, 1995

    Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30 p.m., Campus Ministry
    Got questions about the Christian Bible? So do we! You are warmly invited to join the ecumenical Bible Study every Tuesday evening in Campus Ministry. This study is for everyone – from cradle Christians to those just beginning to encounter the Scriptures. We provide snacks and Bibles, all you have to do is bring yourself (and maybe a friend). This Quarter we will be studying the different names for God in Scripture. For more information please contact Laura Brekke.

  •  Wednesday Evening Mindfulness Meditation

    Tuesday, May. 2, 1995

    Every Wednesday from 5:15 to 6:15 during the ten weeks of each academic quarter
    Take a moment from your busy schedule to be present to the moment and work to alleviate suffering. All are welcome. Come when you can; leave when you must.

  •  Relax

    Monday, May. 1, 1995

    Are you feeling stressed or stretched thin? We've compiled some resources to help you relax. Also refer to the Wellness Center and Counseling and Psychological Services, as they have wonderful resources in this area.

  •  Make a difference

    Saturday, Oct. 30, 1982

    For years Catholic Relief Services has been collecting money during Lent for its work in developing countries. Look for Rice Bowls at your service desk in your RLC -OR- Pick up a rice bowl in Campus Ministry or the Mission Church. Add your change to the box at the end of each day. Return it on Palm Sunday, March 29, as a check written out to “Santa Clara University.”

  •  Protestant Lenten Group: Stations of the Cross

    Wednesday, Jun. 30, 1982

    March 9, 7 to 9 p.m., Multifaith Sanctuary (St. Joseph's Hall)
    We often experience the Stations of the Cross from a Catholic perspective. We will spend an evening learning about and reflecting on the Stations of the Cross from a Protestant perspective, followed by an experience of the Stations. You don't have to be Protestant to attend.
     

  •  Spring Search Retreat

    Tuesday, Jul. 1, 1975

    Mark your calendars for Search, the longest-running and most popular retreat at Santa Clara University! Staff and student crews guide "Searchers" through an energetic weekend of reflecting, sharing, and experiencing God's love in community. Though the retreat is grounded in the Jesuit, Ignatian spirituality at the core of Santa Clara University, individuals of all faith traditions are welcome and encouraged to attend. Registration will become available on March 31, the first day of the Spring Quarter, and is expected to fill up quickly. For more information, please talk to Anthony Gill at Hospitality after the 9pm mass or email him at aegill@scu.edu.

  •  Interfaith Dinner Discussions

    Tuesday, Jul. 1, 1975

    Thursday, 9/25, 6 p.m., Campus Ministry
    Have questions about different religions? Want to ask a friend from another faith why they believe what they believe? Seeking answers to big life questions? You are welcome to join other SCU students as we ask, engage, and eat pizza.

  •  Look for your Resident Minister

    Tuesday, Jul. 1, 1975

    During Welcome Weekend, be sure to look for your RM in your residence hall. They've often been seen with smiles on their faces and delicious goodies in their hands.

  •  Sacrament of Confirmation

    Thursday, Jun. 26, 1975

    Registration for the 2014 Confirmation program is now open and will continue through the winter quarter 2014. Interested students are asked to complete the online Sacrament of Confirmation 2014 Registration form. This is only open to CURRENT Catholic students.

  •  DISCOVER Retreat registration open

    Thursday, Jun. 26, 1975

    DISCOVER Retreat, Hidden Villa Hostel, February 7-9, 2014, $60

    Registration for the 2014 DISCOVER Retreat, held February 7-9, 2014, is now live. DISCOVER is a dynamic weekend focused on the process and practices of discernment. Led by a team of student leaders and Resident Ministers, this retreat is full of inspiring talks, engaging workshops, delicious home-cooked meals, and small group conversations that will nurture your body, mind and spirit. To sign up, visit http://bit.ly/scuDISCOVER. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Anthony Gill (aegill@scu.edu) or Julia Claire Landry (jlandry@scu.edu).

     
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