Weekly Bulletin

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!

CSA’s home base is a cubicle on the 4th floor of Stern. (right side)
Our Campus Minister, Jim Grove, has an office there with posted hours.
Jim is always available by text: 10 AM – midnight.
The cubicle in Stern has several chairs and can be a great study or rest spot.

cofcatholics.org                            Jim’s cell; 740.405.5043
cofcatholics@aol.com                FB: CofC Catholic Student Association (join us!!!)
Campus Ministry Director            Jim Grove                          cofcatholics@aol.com
CSA Student President                 Emma Penny ’18                        pennyec@g.cofc.edu

CSA Student Team
Erin Hynd Social Outreach (hyndes@g.cofc.edu), James Peyla VP,
Noah Dubois, Andrew Myers, Rachel Simoneaux, Mariana Obando, Chase Myers
Meghan Longtin, James Riggs, Alyssa Anderson, Cam Nguyen, Blaine Billings

Our regular priest celebrant for Mass is Fr. Henry Kulah
Pastor, St. Patrick Parish

Liturgical Music Coordinator is Terese Soliman    (tmcls11@att.net)

About Sacraments…

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 11:15, Sat 4 pm
Fr. Henry celebrates daily Mass, T – F, at 8 AM here at St. Pat’s (FR HENRY IS GONE THIS MO.)
Cathedral on Broad St. has a daily noon Mass
St. Mary on Hasell  has M- Th 8 AM 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 & 11 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.)


OUR CAMPUS MINISTER Jim Grove eats at Liberty’s Fresh Food each Thursday at noon AND drinks coffee at Starbucks (corner of Calhoun & King Sts.) on Mondays at 4 PM. Stop to say hi! A perfect time for any questions or ideas!
If you need anything, just
contact us.
Our office is here to listen and to help. Welcome!


October 22, 2017
29th Sunday in Ordinary Time



v TUES. Special CSA Discussion in Stern 201 / 7 – 8 PM
All are welcome! Bring a new friend with you!
This week, rather than Bible Study, we will host a discussion about how to respond to protest groups, both as an individual and as a group.
Seems to be an important discussion here at CofC – bring interested friends


9 – 3 in Stern 4th fl ballroom
We need 80 donors!!!
Please sign up with Erin: hyndes@g.cofc.edu


WED. Cistern Yard Night Prayer  /  9 PM
a great 15 min study break with other students
a perfect way to end the class day with God


THURS. Tea with Daughters of St. Paul / 5 PM
grab some tea and just relax with other students in the sisters’ tea garden
also…another study or gathering space, open each day (M-Sat) from 10 am – 6 pm


FRIDAY 5:30 PM SHARP –  Meet at Cistern Yard
CSA goes BOWLING at the alley downtown
A great & easy way to meet new people and enjoy a few FREE games of bowling.
Balls and shoes are provided!!!


Bring a friend and help CSA build a home for a family>
NO skills necessary!
Meet at St. Pat at NOON & we will carpool to site
Free early dinner after building – back at campus before 6 PM


Please join and use our FACEBOOK GROUP
CofC Catholic Student Association

Follow us on Instagram: cofc_csa


Trick-or-Canning on Oct. 31 at 5:30
All Saints Holy Day Mass on Nov. 1 at 8 am or 6 pm




We welcome Fr. McDonough
as our Mass celebrant today!!!


REFLECTION to help prepare for scripture readings at today’s Mass:
Today’s Today we hear the prophecy of Isaiah that nothing can substitute for God and that God will make things work, even in unexpected ways when humans can’t succeed or fail to cooperate with divine power. Cyrus is king of the Persians…who conquered the Jewish people and much of the world. Now God calls this foreign king HIS anointed. The world will come to know God through this foreign agent who allows the Jewish people to have rest, returning to their homeland from exile. In the gospel Jesus challenges the religious leaders. Many times there is tension between God’s ways and human leaders.  Jesus does not say to disregard the authority, but he does put authority in its place. They are humbled because they carry money with their king’s – proclaimed as God- image, rather than recognizing GOD as the real king.  Jesus basically says…keep it together…remember who is the real power in this world…give God the glory because no power will disrupt his work.



Please Come to Lower Church after Mass for food & fellowship
Great way to meet new people

Salsa chicken, mac & cheese, rice & veggies
fruit & salad