Join us for the monthly Graduate Student Mass on Tuesday Oct 8 at the regularly scheduled 5:30 liturgy.

Research Workshop for all new students on Tuesday in the library. See below for more details.

Poetry for Prayer … Pluck the fruit, print the poems, savor the discussion: Denise Levertov Poems, Friday, 1-2 pm.  We’ll meet in the department lounge, then find a comfy nook.

This Week Day by Day:

Monday, Oct 7th

Theology on Tap: “Why does God care so much about sex?” Kathy Overturf, Associate Director of Campus Ministry – Bryn Mawr Beef and Ale at 8PM

Tuesday, Oct 8th

Latin Lunch (Medieval): 11:30-1 in the theology lounge.

3:00PM Research Workshop Dr. Nikolaus Fogle of Falvey Library will be hosting a research workshop in Room 204 of the library. If you are a new student, you are required to attend this event. For returning students, it is optional.

Graduate Student Mass at 5:30 in Corr Chapel. Hope to see you there!

Wednesday, Oct 9th

Faith Sharing: Join us as we reflect on a scripture passage and share how it relates to both our faith lives and everyday lives. This is a safe zone and sharing is not required. All are welcome!  We will meet at 3:30 in the Theology Department Lounge (SAC 203), and then move to a more private place. Contact Erik ( with any questions.

Original Shin plays their final regular season match tonight at 7:45. If there was ever a time for fans to cheer on their team, it would be this time.

Thursday, Oct 10th

Latin Lunch (Early Church): Begins at 1:00 in the theology lounge.

Friday, Oct 11th

Poetry for Prayer (Denise Levertov Poems), 1:00-2:00, department lounge.

6:00PM College Theology Society Dinner and Discussion

Graduate students are warmly invited to attend the Eastern Regional College Theology Society Dinner and Discussion at Holy Family University (RSVP by Oct. 8 at the latest). The cost of dinner will now be covered by the department!

Please see our page called “Lectures and Other Academic Events” for other ongoing and individual events not listed above or for more info. See the tab at the top of this page, or click here.