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Book of Life 2014
The Church dedicates the month of November to the rememberance of our beloved who have passed on. Deceased Duquesne University alumni, family and friends of alumni, family and friends of alumni will be remembered at all Masses in the University Chapel throughout the month. If you wish to have your deceased loved ones included in our Book of Life, please provide their names by the end of October.
If you wish to have your deceased loved ones included in our Book of Life, please provide their names to Debbie Kostosky at firstname.lastname@example.org by October 31
The Book of Life will be brought up during the offertory of the annual Mass of Thanksgiving on Thursday, November 20, at noon.
Fair Trade Movie Screening "Living With Coffee"
Monday, October 20, 7 pm
The NiteSpot, Union 1st floor
Join us for a screening of Living with Coffee, a short documentary on the making of coffee! We will have a student panel and talk about ways Fair Trade and Direct Trade impact the lives of coffee farmers. Fair Trade mochas and cookies made with Fair Trade ingredients will be available for free! All are welcome!
For more info, contact Kate Lecci at email@example.com
Catholic Artistic Imagination Series: Music as Therapy
Tuesday, October 21, 4-5:30 pm
Music therapy is a 60 year old profession with principles of practice founded in human experiences of music. Dr. Elaine Abbott will share her expertise in an informal and experiential format. You will learn about music therapy as a profession and, by listening to music together, appreciate how its principles operate. As usual we will enjoy cocktails and hors d'oeuvres in a relaxed and collegial setting.
Attendance is open to all faculty, staff and graduate students.
To RSVP, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Faith Development Spotlight: Off the Beaten Path
Every Monday, 5 pm
SCMC 2nd Floor
Off the Beaten Path was started by Spiritan Campus Ministry and a group of students who wanted to talk about things that mattered to their lives as college students, but didn't want to add more to their busy schedules. The group decided that dinnertime was the best time to meet for their discussions, and the tradition continues! This year we will discuss topics of faith, culture and current events from the popular website Busted Halo. We meet every Monday at 5 pm for a discussion centered on topics of interest to you!
Bring your dinner and join us in the Campus Ministry Center on the 2nd floor of Towers.
Past topics include: religious articles as jewelry, social media and relationships, what kind of believer are you, discussion of current movies in relation to life and faith, and the problem of evil and our response. If you are interested, please join us!
For more information contact Linda Donovan at email@example.com
Interested in Working on Fair Trade Week?
It's still not too late to get involved in Fair Trade Week for this year! Fair Trade Week runs from December 1-4 and features several events designed to educate the Duquesne community on what Fair Trade is and how it strives to bring artisans and famrers in developing nations to a global market.
For more information on Fair Trade and how to participate in the fall semester events, please contact Kate Lecci at firstname.lastname@example.org
Faith and Food Justice Series: Fair Trade Candy Bar Simulation
Friday, Oct. 31, noon
SCMC 2nd Floor
Join us for the first event in a three-part series looking at food justice and how we, as poeople of fatih, are called to walk in solidarity with those on the margins.
The first event is a Fair Trade candy bar simulation on Friday, Oct. 31, at noon in the Spiritan Campus ministry center 2nd Floor. We will break down the costs and process of what goes into making a chocolate bar. The perfect jump-start to your Halloween festivities!
If you are interested in attending or want more info on the series, please contact Kate Lecci at email@example.com.
Feast of All Saints (Nov 1) & Feast of All Souls (Nov 2)
Masses for the Feast of All Saints and All Souls will be celebrated on
Saturday, Nov. 1, at 5:30 p.m. and Nov. 2 at all Sunday liturgies in the Duquesne University Chapel of the Holy Spirit.
CCME NOLA 2014: Ms. Vera's New Home
Click here to read about Ms. Vera's new home, with a special thank you to the Duquesne NOLA Students who helped during Spring Break 2014!
Weekly Overview (October 19 – October 25)
CrossRoads Christian Fellowship
Off the Beaten Path
Fair Trade Movie Screening
Memorial Mass for Dr. Eileen Zungolo