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Please pray for your peers who are deepening their faith this Lent

Apart from the Lenten promises being made by countless people around campus, a small group of students are preparing to enter fully into the Catholic Church through the Sacraments of Initiation. Please keep Naushaba Khan ('16) and Liang "Emily" Chen (MBA '16) in yor prayers during this holy season.

What is Lent?

Listen to Fr. Jim Martin, SJ's take on Lent

CRS Rice Bowl 2016

This Lent, change lives in Colombia, Laos, Rwanda, Honduras, Madagascar, and at home.

Forgive and Forget

Bishop Patrick McGrath from the Diocese of San Jose speaks about the Sacrament of Reconciliation

Mass schedules

If you're trying to carve out time for God and yourself this Lent, Mass is a great starting point. Daily or weekly, you'll find plenty of options at SCU.

View the Mass Schedule

Rice Bowl 2016

Get a Rice Bowl and begin to put your loose change in it. Money benefits the development work of Catholic Relief Services here and abroad. Bring your box back to Campus Ministry before Easter.

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Racial Injustice

Racial injustice is a gospel issue. LIFT EVERY VOICE is a Lenten blog addressing America’s original sin of racism through the lens of Ignatian spirituality and the daily readings.

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  • Lenten Challenge 2016: Mercy and Sustainability

    Join us to experience the depth of God’s mercy during Lent by caring for our common home and for the poor.

    This Lent, students will be offering weekly reflections on how they're trying to live both mercifully and with an intentional commitment to sustainability, with daily challenges for living mkore sustainably and mercifully. These reflections and challenges (starting Ash Wednesday (February 10) and ending on Easter) should prove to be a rich exploration of spirituality.

Experience the Sacrament of Reconciliation

Stations of the Cross

This centuries-old Christian tradition is a vibrant way to reflect on what Jesus' passion and death mean for you today. Around the world people engage in this practice in various ways--connecting it to issues of social justice, parading ancient religious statues around the street--in search of ways to make it their own. Here at SCU we offer a few different ways of experiencing this. All are student-run and inspired by contemporary practices and issues.We hope you'll join us for one of these.

February 24, 2016, 8 pm, start at Mission Church