Weekly Bulletin

HAPPY EASTER SEASON 2018

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!

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
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.)

 

April 15, 2018
3rd  Sunday of Easter

 

THIS WEEK with CSA

v FINAL TUES. CSA CHURCH CHAT
student discussion of Pixar movie “Coco”
what about life after death and our connection to the yet living?
Bring your friends to Stern 201, 7- 8 PM

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
with coffee and donuts in CSA cubicle after prayer

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

SATURDAY… CSA sorts food at LOWCOUNTRY FOODBANK
join CSA as we help sort food for local food pantries
be at St Pat parking lot 8:30 AM sharp / will be back to campus about 1:30 PM
write Erin (hyndes@g.cofc.edu)

 

NEXT SUNDAY (April 22) at 5 pm Mass
All graduating seniors are invited to Mass
We will call you forward for a special blessing prayer
Then great food and fellowship
(chicken breasts, salmon, scalloped potatoes, vegan ziti, mixed veggies, veggie rice, dessert)

 

LOOKING AHEAD:
CSA GLEANS at Farmers Market on Sat Apr 28 at 1 pm
Final CSA Sun 5pm Mass on Apr 29
Final CSA Wed Night Prayer on Apr 25

 

REFLECTION to help prepare for scripture readings at today’s Mass:

Do you remember the Road to Emmaus story in Luke’s gospel when the downcast disciples meet the resurrected Jesus on the road and do not recognize him? Today’s gospel begins with those disciples – now back in Jerusalem- telling the others what they had experienced. And once again, there is the resurrected Jesus in their midst. And once again he spends time eating and explaining the scripture to them. For Luke, Jesus is the meaning of the Torah (the Old Testament). Luke wants us to look to Jesus to understand God’s message and covenant. In fact, according to Luke this is the only way for disciples to truly ‘get it.’ And the best place ‘to get it’? Eating together… in the breaking of the bread with our resurrected Lord… at Mass! And how do we ‘get it’? By following Jesus’ example from the first two readings – Jesus encounters the disciples with peace-filled forgiveness. If this is what Jesus did with those who deserted him at Calvary, we must accept this same peace-filled forgiveness from God for our salvation AND we must pass it on to others, especially those who have hurt us. Last week we learned about faith from doubting Thomas and this week we learn about the importance of the Mass from Jesus’ actions with his own disciples.

After Mass: CORY’S GRILLED CHEESE food truck is be back with us

 

Also Pizza, soup, & salad