What to keep on your schedule:

GTSC Spring Retreat! Save the date: April 10th – 12th at Ocean City, NJ. Email Kristin if interested in attending. This relaxing weekend will be spent at a beach house and will include spending time with your fellow classmates, various forms of prayer, activities, service and fun! Guaranteed to a be a great time! MUST RSVP. $10/person

This Week Day by Day:

Monday, Mar. 23rd

“Bloody Sunday: The True Story of an American Turning Point” 4 pm March 23rd in the East Lounge in Dougherty Hall with speaker Dr. Gary May

Prayers for Peace 4:30 – 5 in the Fishbowl in St. Rita’s

Tuesday, Mar. 24th

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

4 – 5:30 Dr. Brian Matz “When Wealthy People Become Thieves: Christianity’s Treatment of Superfluous Goods” in Bartley Hall 1011 (Auditorium) While strange to think wealthy people would ever resort to thievery, the history of Christianity’s reflection on the nature of superfluous goods has led it to conclude that the hoarding of wealth is really stealing from those with unmet, physical needs. This lecture ranges from classical antiquity’s distinction between the use and the ownership of goods, to early Christian views on particular kinds of superfluous goods, and to contemporary Christianity’s concern with economic justice.

Wednesday, Mar. 25th

Stations of the Cross 7:30 pm in the church – The object of the Stations of the Cross is to help the faithful to make a spiritual pilgrimage of prayer through meditating upon the chief scenes of Christ’s sufferings and death. Led by the pastoral musicians.

4:30-6 “What Makes a Financial Market “Good?” Perspectives from Catholic Social Thought” by Christine Hinz (Fordham University) in the Driscoll Hall Auditorium

Thursday, Mar. 26th

11 – 1 in St. Rita’s Community Room: “The Dignity of Being Different: Interreligious Dialogue & Civic Engagement in Lebanese Society” by Dr. Ziad Fahed, professor of Humanities. Lunch provided after the speaker.

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

Friday, Mar. 27th

Interested in learning Latin or brushing up on your Latin skills? Come read and translate Augustine’s Confessions with Carl! 12:05 Mass first and then Latin in the Lounge. Email Carl at if you plan on attending.

COMPS/THESIS PARTY at 8 pm! Come celebrate the completion of the 2nd years’ comps and theses at Jonathan’s in Wayne (Radnor Family Practice: 427 E. Lancaster Ave., Apt. A)! All are welcome to attend. Beverages and snacks will be provided. Please let Kristin or Mariana know if you are coming so we know how much food/drinks to get. RSVP to Mariana at You are still welcome to come if you do not rsvp.

Augustinian Discernment Weekend this weekend March 27-29th – Curious about the life of an Augustinian Friar?  Wondering if it might be for you? Join other young men discerning a vocation to the Augustinians for a weekend away with the Augustinians at St. Rita Cottage in Ocean City, N.J. Register Online Now! Questions? Email

Sunday, Mar. 29th

Catholic Mass in Spanish now every Sunday at 1 pm in Corr chapel