CATHOLIC STUDENT ASSOCIATION at CofC
with St. Patrick Parish as our home away from home parish
CSA is a mobile campus ministry with events at many places around the campus!
NEW >>>>>>>>>>>> CSA’s home base is the 3rd & 4th floors of Stern with RLC.
Our Campus Minister, Mr. Jim Grove, has an office on 3rd floor- text him if doors to offices are closed.
Jim is always available by text: 10 AM – midnight.
3rd & 4th floors of Stern have several great study or rest areas. We hope that CSA will hang there some!.
cofcatholics.org Jim’s cell; 740.405.5043
email@example.com FB: CofC Catholic Student Association (join us!!!)
Campus Ministry Director Jim Grove firstname.lastname@example.org
CSA Student President Mariana Obando Velez email@example.com
CSA Student Team
Blaine Billings (firstname.lastname@example.org) & Chase Myers (email@example.com)
Social Outreach Coordinators
James Allen Riggs VP,
Andrew Myers, Rachel Simoneaux, Maddie Neff, Darby Molony
Gabrielle Carter, Emily Tran, Trent Humphrey
Our regular priest celebrant for Mass is Fr. Henry Kulah
Pastor, St. Patrick Parish with Deacon John Breeden
Fr. Henry available in lower church before Mass
for Sacrament of Reconciliation
Fr. Henry also has Reconciliation each Saturday, 5-5:30, in lower church
Cathedral Reconciliation daily W 12:45 & 7 pm, Sat 4 pm
Fr. Henry celebrates daily Mass, T – F, at 8 AM here at St. Pat’s
At St. Mary’s M & T 8 AM
Cathedral on Broad St. has a daily noon Mass
We hope that you join us each week for 5 PM Sunday Mass.
All colleges are welcome and all faith seekers can find an open atmosphere
of hospitality in this community.
Sunday Mass schedule of other walking distance, downtown churches:
St. Mary’s (89 Hasell St.)@ 9 AM
Cathedral (120 Broad St.)@ 9 & 11:15 AM, 6 PM (also 5:30 Sat.)
Sacred Heart (888 King) @ 10 AM (also 4:30 Sat.)
St. Pat has own parish Masses at 8 & 10 AM (also 6:00 Sat)
MARK YOUR CALENDAR>>> Interfaith YULE BALL ,Dec 1 at 7:30 PM – join CSA / dancing –door prizes- snacks
a great event to meet some new people & dress up a little
November 11, 2018
32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
|THIS WEEK with CSA
v TUES. CSA Final semester BIBLE STUDY
v WED. Cistern Yard NIGHT PRAYER / 9 PM
v CSA FALL RETREAT…
wow>>> just yesterday was summer orientation and now the end of first semester is within sight…
Join CSA this Fri – Sat for our FALL RETREAT
We will leave here on FRIDAY at 6 pm, drive to Camp Sewee (just 30 miles north of here) and have an awesome retreat Fri night & Sat morn with bonfire & smores, intracoastal waterway boat ride,
THEME: Telling Our Story
firstname.lastname@example.org – ALL ARE WELCOME!!!
On way back stop at Cracker Barrel for late lunch / early dinner & back to campus by Sat 5 pm
FALL RETREAT FORM
Email & phone:
Emergency contact name & phone:
Any food or medical issues:
Fee: $20 (scholarships available for anyone who needs it)
REFLECTION to help prepare for scripture readings at today’s Mass:
A focus of today’s readings could be the widow. To better understand our first reading from the Book of Kings we need to know what has happened to this prophet Elijah in the prior verses. Elijah pops into the scripture narrative without any explanation. He is to serve the Lord God and God will take care of him, giving him food and drink. When water runs out the Lord tells Elijah to move on to another place where a widow has been designated to take care of his needs. This background might help us better understand the rather strange conversation between Elijah and the widow which we hear today.
Now let us move to the gospel. In today’s passage many leaders of the people feign honor while mistreating the poor, embodied in the widow of this story. These rich leaders make a show of contributing from their wealth to the temple treasury. As Jesus watches these leaders come forward, making a public display of their giving, he points out to his disciples “ a poor widow who put in two small coins worth a few cents.” His conclusion: this poor widow put in more than all the others, not giving from her surplus, but from her poverty.
These two widows seem to serve as models of faith. It is their total trust in God which allows them to give away their livelihood, believing that God will take care of them. Remember that last Sunday we just heard Jesus’s conversation with the faithful scribe… loving God IS loving neighbor. With these two widows that teaching is put into action. So, where does God take care of us, giving us that divine nourishment (love) we so seek? Not in our surplus, but in our poverty!
Please join us in lower church for FREE FOOD & FELLOWSHIP
Salmon, roast beef, ham, chicken tenders, mac & cheese, veggies, veggie fried rice, potatoes