- Congratulations to Cisco and his wife as they expect a child! And congratulations to Ben in his acceptance to St. Louis University!
- Join us for the Graduate Student Mass on Thursday. (Note the change from Tuesdays)
- Check out Cisco’s talk on Thursday – see below for details.
- Poetry for Prayer resumes on Friday – see below for poems.
- Book Club begins next friday night with the first 3 chapters of Death Comes for the Archbishop. Email Michael Hagan for more detail or to be on the email list.
- Save the date: Spring Retreat April 4-6.
This Week Day by Day:
Monday, Jan 20th
Martin Luther King Day. No School, which means plenty of time to get work done before watching the Villanova-Creighton game at 7PM.
Tuesday, Jan 21st
Beginnings lecture “The Beginnings of Mammals” at 4:30PM in Bartley 1011
Theology On-Tap, “Spirituality and the Arts” by Fr. Peter; 8PM at Bryn Mawr Beef and Ale
Wednesday, Jan 22nd
“Jesus in Christianity – Has Christ Been Divided?” Program begins at 11:15AM in the St. Rita Community Room with lunch and conversation following. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, Jan 23rd (With so much going on it requires colors and an outline)
- “Anger, Emotion, and Conflict Resolution” talk by Francisco Fernandez; 2:30 p.m., Haverford Room as part of The Freedom School presentations – “This session, styled by non-formal education techniques and exercises, centers upon showing the relationship between emotions and conflict. Developed for a young adult audience but applicable for everyone, this workshop teaches the necessity of identifying emotions, the dangers of their escalation, and the difficulty of conflict that arise from them.”
- Graduate Student Mass at 5:30 in Corr Chapel
- Come cheer on The Apocalypse, your theology intramural basketball team, at 8PM in the Pavilion as they look to go 2-0
Friday, Jan 24th
Poetry for Prayer reunites to explore these Robert Frost poems at 1PM in the department lounge.