Spiritan Campus Ministry
Check Out Our Virtual World!
We know that this is a difficult time for our entire Duquesne community. We are working hard behind the scenes to create and implement virtual communities for you to continue your faith journey. Check out our Virtual World Page! You can also access our opportunities by clicking on the pictures below!
Inclusion at Duquesne
President Gormley has released an update on inclusion at Duquesne and as a commemoration of Juneteenth. Here is the link to the statement.
Justice and Peace
We will continue to work for justice and peace.
If you missed the prayer service, it is still accessible at the link below.
Racism destroys our communities. It undermines, devalues, and destroys the lives of so many of our black and brown brothers and sisters. We know we need to see an end to injustice to truly have equality for all people, a world where people are not judged for the color of their skin.
Wednesday, July 15 at 7 PM
All are welcome from across campus! Re'Live'ing Memories! Keep in touch with old friends and make some new ones! Email Delaney or any campus minister for the Zoom link and password. Her email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you find yourself missing your Duquesne home, please watch Fr. Bill's 1 Minute Reflections. He recorded them while walking around Duquesne's Campus so you can see all the familiar places and feel a little taste of home. You can find all the videos, including today's, under New Initiatives.
Click the links below for July 12, 2020 - 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time
The chapel will be open to the public for Mass on Sunday, July 12, at 11 am. A sign-up link follows. We are limited to 25 people in the congregation. Please keep in mind that masks are required, hand sanitizer is available in the chapel lobby, and the pews are marked for social distancing. You will need to sign up to attend. We look forward to again celebrating liturgy with you in person. The Mass will also still be live streamed.
The Alumni Board of Governors has created the new Emergency Student Assistance Fund to provide targeted aid to those students most in need right now. Many of our students are facing unprecedented and unexpected financial hardships due to the impact of the Coronavirus outbreak.
Every gift - in any amount - will provide great support to our students who need us now more than ever. Please give what you are able by clicking on the following link: Emergency Student Assistance Fund
Food and Other Basic Needs Help
We know that this has been a very trying time for everyone and that some of you may be experiencing financial hardship. If you find yourself in need of food or other basic needs prior to the re-opening of campus, please contact the Brother Keating Initiative. You can reach out directly and confidentially to Dr. Alia Pustorino-Clevenger at email@example.com.
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