Lent @ SLU - Events


Lent Programs


Stations of the Cross for Peace and Justice
Join Campus Ministry Friday, March 3 and March 31 at 12:00 p.m. during Lent for the Stations of the Cross for Peace and Justice. We meet outside the Eckelkamp Center for Campus Ministry, where the Stations are posted for all of Lent. Contact John Burke (burkejf@slu.edu) for more information or Hannah Sattler (litmin@slu.edu) if you would like to participate by reading.
*If you cannot attend these communal prayer times, copies of the text and prayers for individual or small group reflection are available to borrow from the Campus Ministry front desk.


Mass 101 (Thursday, March 30 @ 7pm)
Campus Ministry invites you to an explanation of the Catholic (Western) Mass through reenactment in the Spring Hall Chapel with Fr. David Meconi, SJ. Discussion and light refreshments to follow. Contact Erin Schmidt (litmin@slu.edu) if you would like to submit a question ahead of time or would like more information.


God in the Quad (Monday, April 3 from 6:30-8:30pm)
Jesuit Fathers will be on hand to hear confessions in the Quad (grassy area on the southwest side of DuBourg Hall). Copies of a Lenten Examination of Conscience will be available for prior reflection. No matter if you went to confession last week or have never been before, all are welcome to experience God’s reconciling mercy and love. Rainout location is the Eckelkamp Center for Campus Ministry. Contact Hannah Sattler (sattler@slu.edu) or Erin Schmidt (fitzpael@slu.edu)with questions.

Weekly Events
"Knocking on Heaven's Door: Case Study Discussions on Spirituality & End-of-Life Care." Mondays,12-1PM Dean's Conference Room (Allied Health Building Room 1064). Bring your own lunch. Contact Campus Minister Jim Roach at jamesroach@slu.edu for more information.

Friendship of Women Book Club - Mondays, 5-6pm, Griesedieck Hall 259. Join us this Lent as we explore content from the book The Friendship of Women by Joan Chittister. We will also share and experience sacred images that have been birthed into being by women saints (including our mothers and grandmothers) from other times and seasons. All are welcome! Contact Christy Hicks at hickscm@slu.edu for more information.

From the Pews in the Back Wednesdays, 4:30-5:30pm, Fusz Hall Campus Ministry office. We'll be using the book From the Pews in the Back, a collection of essays by young Catholic women, as a starting point for conversation and prayer. We'll meet in the Fusz Campus Ministry office and participation is open to anyone of any gender. Contact Campus Minister Michelle Verner at mverner@slu.edu to join and receive a free copy of the book!


"Know Your Role? A scripture study on Jesus & Gender Roles" - Wednesdays, 7:30-8:30pm, Reinert Hall 100. Contact Campus Minister Jim Roach at jamesroach@slu.edu for more information.

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