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    /slideshows/homeLarge/freshman_reorientation.jpg FOUR THURSDAYS FOR FRESHMEN bible study | 4pm | b05e minor hall | starts sep 25
    /slideshows/homeLarge/IMG_5197.JPG SUNDAY MASS 8:30am | 11:00am | 5:00pm | st. john's /mass-times _parent
    /slideshows/homeLarge/IMG_5284.JPG GOOD CHEER each wednesday | 8pm | bouré /good-cheer _parent
    /slideshows/homeLarge/IMG_1777.jpg ADORATION each tuesday | 7pm | st. john's /adoration _parent
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  • Upcoming Events

    • October 1 8:00 PM
      This week's devotional is "One Way" (Jn 14:1-17) and our special guest is George Read
    • October 2 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
      A four-week Bible study just for freshmen. REorientation will help you re-focus on your faith at a critical time in your first semester of college.
    • October 3 6:45 AM
      First Friday Mass, followed by Adoration until noon.
    • October 7 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
      A time of prayer and worship. All are welcome!
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    • - Brad Noel
      God's blessings never satisfy selfish desires. Our egos (the center of our selfish desires) are gluttons for human recognition and worldly goods... but they are starved by God's grace. To be a disciple of Christ is lifelong lesson in humility and selflessness.
    • - Rachel Robertson
      It's easy as students to get caught up in the every day things life in college brings us and while the course you have planned in your head is certainly your concern, your individual steps are His...
    • - Brad Noel
      What an amazing truth: despite our faults, failures and faithlessness, God truly loves us and waits to welcome us home
    • - Brad Noel
      After rush week, every one of you will still be the same, uniquely-created, purpose-driven individual that you were before. Greek or not... embrace God's plan for your life and live it!
    • - Brad Noel
      If you've ever been asked whether you're a a "born-again Christian," you might have felt a little nervous and weren't exactly sure how to reply. But actually, being "born again" is at the heart of the Gospel and is central to our Catholic beliefs.