• 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

Thursday, Jan 23rd (With so much going on it requires colors and an outline)

  1. “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.”
  2. Graduate Student Mass at 5:30 in Corr Chapel
  3. 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.