Oct. 19th – 25th

Announcements!

What to keep on your schedule:

Grad Colloquium is Nov. 6th.

PCT Conference will be held Thursday, Nov. 13th.

This Week day by day:

Monday, Oct. 20th

Come cheer on the Hermeneut-Megs at their last game of the season!

Theology on Tap at 8 pm at Bryn Mawr Beef and Ale: Free dinner is provided with drink specials available! The speaker this week is Villanova alum, Mary Beth Appel, who will be speaking about the Catholic Worker Movement.

Tuesday, Oct. 21st

Centering prayer 12:30-1 – St. Rita Community Room in Campus Ministry

Thursday, Oct. 23rd

Centering Prayer 12:30 – 1  in St. Rita’s Community Room

Friday, Oct. 24th

Latin Lunch after noon Mass in the lounge. Rookie or scholar, it matters not. Come translate St. Augustine’s Confessions with us or brush up on your Latin skills. Contact Eric at edemeuse@villanova.edu with questions.

3 pm: Captive Heart: Catholics in the Third Reich and the Anxiety of Persecution Lecture – Helena Tomko, Humanities: location TBD

Sleepy Hollow Hayride and Bonfire at Active Acres in Newtown, PA!  We’ll meet at 5:30 pm in the west side of Main Lot across from the church to carpool to the farm.  The GTSC will provide food and beverages, as well as marshmallows to roast and make s’mores. It’s going to be a FANTASTIC evening so feel free to bring friends, family and significant others! Please let Kristin know if you can make it no later than Thursday!

Sunday Regular Mass Times
7:30 am, 10:30 am, Student Masses: 5:30 pm, 7 pm, & 9 pm
St. Thomas of Villanova Church

Daily Mass (Mon–Fri)
12:05 & 5:30PM
Corr Chapel  

Sacrament of Reconciliation
3:30–4:30PM Tue & Wed
St. Thomas of Villanova Church

Oct. 5th – 11th

Announcements!

What to keep on your schedule:

PCT Conference call for papers! Abstracts due Wednesday, Oct. 15th! Questions? Email Eric DeMeuse at edemeuse@villanova.edu. Conference will be held Thursday, Nov. 13th.

Sleepy Hollow Hayride and Bonfire at Active Acres in Newtown, PA on Friday, October 24th!  We’ll meet around 5 or 6 pm on campus to carpool to the farm.  We’ll provide the food and beverages, as well as marshmallows to roast and make s’mores. It’s going to be a great evening so feel free to bring friends, family and significant others! Please let Kristin know if you can make it.

Interested in playing intramural volleyball?  Games will be held Oct. 26th – Dec. 2nd: Sundays – Thursdays between the hours of 7 pm – midnight.  Please see Kristin or Mariana to fill out a waiver to sign up!  Waivers due Wednesday, Oct. 8th.

This Week day by day:

Monday, Oct. 6th

Theology on Tap at 8 pm at Bryn Mawr Beef and Ale: Free dinner is provided with drink specials available! The speaker this week is Dr. Michael Moreland, J.D.

Tuesday, Oct. 7th

Centering prayer 12:30-1 – St. Rita Community Room in Campus Ministry

Soul Sessions 2:30 – St. Rita’s Room 113: Looking for an opportunity to step back from the busyness of school life to relax and reflect?  Come to Soul Sessions for meditation, prayer and reflection! The topic this month is “Villanova as a New Home.”

“The Purpose and Power of Children’s Literature” lecture by Daniel McInerney – Radnor/St. David’s Room in the Connelly Center – 4:30 – 6:30 pm

Graduate Student Monthly Mass – 5:30 in Corr Chapel

Wednesday, Oct. 8th

Last day to sign-up to play intramural volleyball!

Thursday, Oct. 9th

Centering Prayer 12:30 – 1  in St. Rita’s Community Room

Friday, Oct. 10th

Latin Lunch after noon Mass in the lounge. Rookie or scholar, it matters not. Come translate St. Augustine’s Confessions with us or brush up on your Latin skills. Contact Eric at edemeuse@villanova.edu with questions.

Dr. Hughes’ lecture on “Love in Bonaventure” – 3-5 pm in St. Rita’s Community Room: Refreshments provided.

Sunday Regular Mass Times
7:30 am, 10:30 am, Student Masses: 5:30 pm, 7 pm, & 9 pm
St. Thomas of Villanova Church

Daily Mass (Mon–Fri)
12:05 & 5:30PM
Corr Chapel  

Sacrament of Reconciliation
3:30–4:30PM Tue & Wed
St. Thomas of Villanova Church

Sept. 28th – Oct. 4th

Announcements!

What to keep on your schedule:

PCT Conference call for papers! Abstracts due Wednesday, Oct. 15th. Questions? Email Eric DeMeuse at edemeuse@villanova.edu. Conference will be held Thursday, Nov. 13th.

Sleepy Hollow Hayride and Bonfire at Active Acres in Newtown, PA on Friday, October 24th!  We’ll meet around 5 or 6 pm on campus to carpool to the farm.  We’ll provide the food and beverages, as well as marshmallows to roast and make s’mores. It’s going to be a great evening so feel free to bring friends, family and significant others! Please let Kristin know if you can make it.

Interested in playing intramural volleyball?  Games will be held Oct. 26th – Dec. 2nd: Sundays – Thursdays between the hours of 7 pm – midnight.  Please see Kristin or Mariana to fill out a waiver to sign up!  Waivers due Wednesday, Oct. 8th.

This Week day by day:

Monday, Sept. 29th

Soccer game at 6:15 in the Football Stadium!  Come cheer on the Hermeneut-Megs!

Theology on Tap at 8 pm at Bryn Mawr Beef and Ale: Free food is provided with drink specials available! The speaker this week is Fr. Joe Mostardi, O.S.A.

Tuesday, Sept. 30th

Centering prayer 12:30-1 – St. Rita Community Room in Campus Ministry

GTSC Meeting at 2 in the Dept. Lounge

Thursday, Oct. 2nd

Centering Prayer 12:30 – 1  in St. Rita’s Community Room

Friday, Oct. 3rd

Latin Lunch after noon Mass in the lounge. Rookie or scholar, it matters not. Come translate St. Augustine’s Confessions with us or brush up on your Latin skills. Contact Eric at edemeuse@villanova.edu with questions.

Saturday, Oct. 4th

Apple Picking at Linvilla Orchards in Media! Meet us at the west side of Main Lot across from the church at 12:15 pm to carpool to the farm.  Besides apples, you can also pick other fresh produce! Please RSVP to Mariana at mflore03@villanova.edu.  Faculty and staff welcome too!

Sunday Regular Mass Times
7:30 am, 10:30 am, Student Masses: 5:30 pm, 7 pm, & 9 pm
St. Thomas of Villanova Church

Daily Mass (Mon–Fri)
12:05 & 5:30PM
Corr Chapel  

Sacrament of Reconciliation
3:30–4:30PM Tue & Wed
St. Thomas of Villanova Church

Sept. 21st – 27th

Announcements!

What to keep on your schedule:

Do you enjoy picking your own fresh produce or getting outside to enjoy the beautiful fall weather?  Come apple picking with us to Linvilla Orchards in Media on Saturday, Oct. 4th!  We will be meeting at the west side of Main Lot across from the church at 12:15 pm and carpool to the farm.  Besides apples, you will also be able to pick strawberries, eggplant, sweet peppers, hot peppers, tomatoes and flowers. Please RSVP to Mariana at mflore3@villanova.edu!  Faculty and staff invited also!

PCT Conference call for papers! Abstracts due Oct. 15th. Questions? Email Eric DeMeuse at edemeuse@villanova.edu. Conference will be held Nov. 13th.

Stay tuned for details about a bonfire/hayride social at the end of October!

Interested in playing intramural volleyball?  Games will be held Oct. 26th – Dec. 2nd: Sundays – Thursdays between the hours of 7 pm – midnight.  Please see Kristin or Mariana to fill out a waiver to sign up!

This Week day by day:

Monday, Sept. 22nd

Theology on Tap at 8 pm at Bryn Mawr Beef and Ale: Free food is provided with drink specials available! The speaker this week is Villanova’s President: Fr. Peter Donohue.

Tuesday, Sept. 23rd

Centering prayer 12:30-1 – St. Rita Community Room in Campus Ministry

Thursday, Sept. 25th

Centering Prayer 12:30 – 1  in St. Rita’s Community Room

Friday, Sept. 26th

Latin Lunch after noon Mass in the lounge. Rookie or scholar, it matters not. Come translate St. Augustine’s Confessions with us or brush up on your Latin skills. Contact Eric at edemeuse@villanova.edu with questions.

Saturday, Sept. 27th

St. Thomas of Villanova Day of Service – Meet at the Pavilion at 8:15 am.  Look for a light blue balloon that says group #96 on it.  The day will end at 3:30 pm.  Thank you to everyone who has signed up to volunteer! Please check your email for pertinent info. Any questions contact Kristin at kwilli51@villanova.edu.

Sunday Regular Mass Times
7:30 am, 10:30 am, Student Masses: 5:30 pm, 7 pm, & 9 pm
St. Thomas of Villanova Church

Daily Mass (Mon–Fri)
12:05 & 5:30PM
Corr Chapel  

Sacrament of Reconciliation
3:30–4:30PM Tue & Wed
St. Thomas of Villanova Church

Sept. 14th – 20th

Announcements!

What to keep on your schedule:

St. Thomas of Villanova Day of Service – this is an outstanding opportunity to work together and spend a day serving the community around us. The event is Saturday, September 27th. Make sure to sign up here! Search for “Graduate Theology Students” under the group list. You can find more info about the day here. Family and significant others are also welcome to participate. Breakfast, lunch and t-shirts provided! TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO SIGN UP!!!

PCT Conference call for papers (see flier attached to email). Abstracts due Oct. 15th. Questions? Email Eric DeMeuse at edemeuse@villanova.edu.

This Week day by day:

Monday, Sept. 15th

Come see the Hermeneut-Megs soccer team play their first game at 7 pm in the Stadium!

Follow it up with Theology on Tap at 8 pm at Bryn Mawr Beef and Ale! Theology on Tap is a speaker series designed for young people in their 20s and 30s to meet other young adults and explore topics of faith in a relaxed, social environment. Free food is provided with drink specials available.  Come join us for a fun time! Dr. Toton will be discussing “Why Does Liberation Theology Get Such a Bum Rap?”

Tuesday, Sept. 16th

Centering prayer 12:30-1 – St. Rita Community Room in Campus Ministry

Graduate Student Monthly Mass – come join your fellow graduate students in celebrating Mass together at the 5:30 Mass in Corr Chapel.

Thursday, Sept. 18th

Centering Prayer 12:30 – 1  in St. Rita’s Community Room

Friday, Sept. 19th

Latin Lunches will take place on Fridays after noon Mass in the lounge. Rookie or scholar, it matters not. Contact Eric at edemeuse@villanova.edu with questions.

Saturday, Sept. 20th

Abbeyfest – A day of music and prayer held at Daylesford Abbey in Paoli designed particularly for young adults on from 10 am – 9 pm.  Acts will include Matt Maher and Audrey Assad, among many others! It’s focus is to celebrate the beauty of faith in support of the New Evangelization by means of Mass, prayer, confessions, Adoration and music.  Transportation from Villanova will be provided.
Register Online Now!

Sunday Regular Mass Times
7:30 am, 10:30 am, Student Masses: 5:30 pm, 7 pm, & 9 pm
St. Thomas of Villanova Church

Daily Mass (Mon–Fri)
12:05 & 5:30PM
Corr Chapel  

Sacrament of Reconciliation
3:30–4:30PM Tue & Wed
St. Thomas of Villanova Church

Sept. 7th – 13th

Announcements!

Main Events

Intramural Soccer – First game is Monday, September 15th at 7 pm in the Stadium!

Graduate Student Monthly Mass - come join your fellow graduate students in celebrating Mass together on Tuesday, September 16th at the 5:30 Mass in Corr Chapel. If you are interested in being a lector, musician or Eucharistic minister, please email Kristin at kwilli51@villanova.edu. Hope to see you there!

What to keep on your schedule:

Theology on Tap - Monday, September 15th at Bryn Mawr Beef & Ale at 8 pm: 610 W. Lancaster Ave. Theology on Tap is a speaker series designed for young people in their 20s and 30s to meet other young adults and explore topics of faith in a relaxed, social environment. Free food is provided with drink specials available.  Come join us for a fun time!

Abbeyfest - A day of music and prayer held at Daylesford Abbey in Paoli designed particularly for young adults on Saturday, Sept. 20th from 10 am – 9 pm.  Acts will include Matt Maher and Audrey Assad, among many others. Its focus is to celebrate the beauty of faith in support of the New Evangelization by means of liturgy, prayer, communion and music.  Transportation from Villanova will be provided.
Register Online Now!

St. Thomas of Villanova Day of Service – this is an outstanding opportunity to work together and spend a day serving the community around us. The event is Saturday, September 27th. Make sure to sign up here! Search for “Graduate Theology Students” under the group list. You can find more info about the day here. Family and significant others are also welcome to participate.

This Week day by day:

Tuesday, Sept. 9th

All are welcome to join in centering prayer from 12:30-1 Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in the St. Rita Community Room in Campus Ministry.

Theology Department Opening Prayer Service – please join us to welcome in the new school year in prayer and thanksgiving at 3 pm in Corr Chapel. There will be a reception afterwards with wine and cheese in Corr Lobby.

Thursday, Sept. 11th

Centering Prayer 12:30 – 1  in St. Rita’s Community Room

Friday, Sept. 12th

“Vatican II: The Experience, Significant Teachings, Divergent Interpretations, Continuing Hope” lecture given by Dr. Prusak from 3 – 5 pm in St. Rita’s Community Room. Refreshments provided.

Come hang out with your fellow grad students at Kelly’s for Happy Hour between 4 – 6 pm! Kelly’s is located at 1107 Lancaster Ave.

 

Sunday Regular Mass Times
7:30 am, 10:30 am, Student Masses: 5:30 pm, 7 pm, & 9 pm
St. Thomas of Villanova Church

Daily Mass (Mon–Fri)
12:05 & 5:30PM
Corr Chapel  

Sacrament of Reconciliation
3:30–4:30PM Tue & Wed
St. Thomas of Villanova Church

Aug. 31st – Sep. 6th

Announcements!

Main Events

Theology Department Opening Prayer Service – please join us to welcome in the new school year in prayer and thanksgiving on September 9th at 3 pm in Corr Chapel. There will be reception afterwards with wine and cheese in Corr Lobby. If you would like to participate as a musician, please email Kristin Williams at kwilli51@villanova.edu. We would really appreciate it!

Graduate Student Monthly Mass - come join your fellow graduate students in celebrating Mass together on September 16th at the 5:30 Mass in Corr Chapel. If you are interested in being a lector, musician or Eucharistic minister, please email Kristin at kwilli51@villanova.edu. Hope to see you there!

Intramural Soccer – If you would like to join the theology co-ed soccer team, email Kristin Williams for a waiver as soon as possible because the waivers need to be in by Sept 3rd. Even if you have no experience (like the rest of us), this’ll be a fun time! And we need all the people we can get! The games are on campus Mon – Thurs between 6-9 pm. We would really like to have a few more girls on the team!

What to keep on your schedule:

Theology on Tap - Monday, September 15th at Bryn Mawr Beef & Ale: 610 W. Lancaster Ave. Theology on Tap is a speaker series designed for young people in their 20s and 30s to meet other young adults and explore topics of faith in a relaxed, social environment. Come join us for a fun time!

St. Thomas of Villanova Day of Service – this is an outstanding opportunity to work together and spend a day serving the community around us. The actual event is Saturday September 27th but it’s never to early to sign up here. Search for “Graduate Theology Students” under the group list. You can find more info about the day here. Family and significant others are also welcome to participate.

This Week day by day:

Tuesday, Aug 26th

All are welcome to join in centering prayer from 12:30-1 Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in the St. Rita Community Room in Campus Ministry.

Thursday, Aug 28th

Centering Prayer 12:30 – 1 St. Rita’s Community Room

Sunday Regular Mass Times
7:30 am, 10:30 am, Student Masses: 5:30 pm, 7 pm, & 9 pm
St. Thomas of Villanova Church

Daily Mass (Mon–Fri)
12:05 & 5:30PM
Corr Chapel  

Sacrament of Reconciliation
3:30–4:30PM Tue & Wed
St. Thomas of Villanova Church

August 24th – 30th

Announcements!

Main Events

Theology Department Opening Prayer Service – please join us to welcome in the new school year in prayer and thanksgiving in early September – date to come soon. If you would like to participate as a reader or musician, please email Kristin Williams at kwilli51@villanova.edu. We would really appreciate it!

Intramural Soccer – If you would like to join the theology co-ed soccer team, email Kristin Williams for a waiver as soon as possible because the waivers need to be in by Sept 2nd. Even if you have no experience (like the rest of us), this’ll be a fun time. And we need all the people we can get! The games are on campus during the week in the evening.

What to keep on your schedule:

St. Thomas of Villanova Day of Service – this is an outstanding opportunity to work together and spend a day serving the community around us. The actual event is Saturday September 27th but it’s never to early to sign up here. Search for “Graduate Theology Students” under the group list. If our group isn’t listed yet, it should be processed by Monday evening. You can find more info about the day here. Family and significant others are also welcome to participate.

This Week day by day:

Monday, Aug 25th

First day of classes – welcome back to all those returning. And good luck to all the new students as they begin their graduate theology career!

Tuesday, Aug 26th

All are welcome to join in centering prayer from 12:30-1 Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in the St. Rita Community Room in Campus Ministry.

Wednesday, Aug 27th

Feast day of St. Monica, mother of St. Augustine

Thursday, Aug 28th

Feast Day of St Augustine, the son of St. Monica. . . as well as the man from whom our university bears its tradition. Mass will be celebrated at 12:05 in the church. Learn more about him and his mother here (and find out what he’s the patron saint of!). And then check out the heritage and mission of Villanova for how the university has carried on the life of its father.

Keep an eye out for upcoming events and lectures sponsored by other departments that will begin in the next couple weeks.

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April 28th – May 4th

Announcements!

  • Pope John Paul II and John XXIII were both canonized this past Sunday (April 27th)! Click on their names to learn more.
  • Closing of the Academic Prayer Service Thursday May 1st at 4:15 in Corr Chapel with reception following. Please join us for this final gathering and celebration!

This Week’s Events:

Tuesday, April 29th

Soul Sessions @ 4 in Rita 113: Reflecting on the year and discussing moments of gratitude

Buying into Fair Trade Panel Discussion 4-5:15 in Bartley 1001 with panelists Dr. Keith Brown, Dr. Gwendolyn Tedeschi and Ruth Harp (Whole Foods Wynnewood Marketing Team Leader)

Free Coffee and Fair Trade Chocolate!

Thursday, May 1st

Final day of classes!

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