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 the 3rd floor of Stern with RLC.
Our Campus Minister, 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
cofcatholics@aol.com                FB: CofC Catholic Student Association (join us!!!)

Campus Ministry Director            Jim Grove                          cofcatholics@aol.com
CSA Student President                 Mariana Obando Velez obandovelezm@g.cofc.edu

CSA Student Team
Blaine Billings (billingsbt@g.cofc.edu) & Chase Myers (camyers1997@outlook.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

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 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)




January 20, 2019
2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time



Great  student led discussions
Christ in Modern Times
this wk THE CHRIST FIGURE in literature & movies
Stern 201 / 7-8 PM
bring friends – all are welcome

WED Special Interfaith Discussion on Racism
from The Hate U Give
Jewish Studies Bldg
6:30 – 8:30

Includes great lasagna dinner and important conversation about this topic
Let’s have a great CSA turnout!!!

WED. Cistern Yard NIGHT PRAYER / 9 PM
a great 20 min study break with other students
a perfect way to end the class day with God

join us in cooking breakfast for our friends on America St & have time to talk with them
Meet at St Pat at 7:15 AM – return before noon

Feb 15 -16
Our Journey of Faith
near Orangeburg – we carpool
leave here about 5:30 Fri & return here 10 PM Sat
3 great presenters, small group discussion, awesome music, great food, beautiful plantation,
Reconciliation option, Mass with our bishop

Registration due Feb 4


Scripture Reflection:

Across the nations this week we remember the annual week praying for unity among Christian communities. Certainly the Israelites in today’s first reading from Isaiah understood the consequences of disunity.  In their own Jewish faith so much contention between leaders and people… neighbors and enemies… had resulted in their exiles. Once again back in their homeland, but no longer the power in charge, the prophet’s voice is strong. God will care for the people and God’s salvation will come. They will be his one people. In St. Paul’s New Testament letter he reminds the Corinthians (and us!) that we are all one body in Christ’s Spirit. All our gifts and talents belong to God, given to us to build up this body as one. Because of the Spirit this is possible. Sometimes it is difficult to believe that things can change… that we can find common ground to grow as God’s people. And so Jesus seems to give us some indirect advice in today’s gospel passage from John. Even when Jesus seemed reluctant to get involved in the Cana wedding problems (almost out of wine for the guests!) his  ministry started with this little thing. Pay attention to what is happening right around us and make that little difference. It began Jesus’ ministry. Maybe it will start up our ministry of reconciliation, healing, and unity in our relationships, in our countries …and in our faith communities.


Our Offertory collection each Sunday helps St. Pat’s pay their utility bills –
they charge CSA nothing for full use of the parish!



“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”

“The difference between a dreamer and a visionary is that a dreamer has his eyes closed
and a visionary has his eyes open.”

(Martin Luther King, Jr. from “I Have a Dream”)


PLEASE join us for food & fellowship in lower church after Mass!

Menu: chicken tenders, meatloaf, hamburgers,
vegan veggie soup, potato soup, mac & cheese, baked ziti, vegan pasta & marinara sauce,
veggies & potatoes