Week At A Glance - Jan 20-27

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To sign up for an adoration time, email the Fiat House
wednesday | jan 23
Every Wednesday night from 9-10pm, we invite you to come and join us as we learn more about ourselves and our God. Topics and more information can be found here.

friday | jan 25
Frisbee Friday | Fields by Robinson @ 3:30
MY FELLOW AMERICANS...see you at frisbee this Friday. We'll see you at the field by Robinson at 3:30! IT'S FRISDAY FRIBEE PEOPLE!

SEEK Reunion Party | Social Hall @ 5PM
For anyone who attended SEEK, knows someone who went on SEEK, or someone who is just looking for something to do on Friday night. Come hangout with us and meet people who attend the SEEK Conference this break.

sunday | jan 27
Welcome Back Supper Chill | Social Hall @ 6PM
We always have more than enough to go around. Even for your roommate who's always mooching off your food stash. You can bring them too. Check out what we are serving this week.

Graduate students and young professionals should contact Dr. Murray for information on Spring 2019 events or click here. For the KU Law student group at KU, click here.
RCIA | Tues 7PM, Room 201&202
Interested in the Catholic faith? Want to get some answers to your questions? Join us for our Rite of Christian Initiation. If you would like to come, don't worry, you're not obligated to join our church or anything.

General Ethics | Tue / Thur. 3:30- 4:50pm. SLC Conference Room
This course studies key ethical theories and philosophers throughout history, focussing on their views of moral action and moral character. Students will learn how to analyze and apply different theories to current ethical issues. Special attention will be paid to the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas. Prerequisite: ENGL 102: Critical Reading and Writing. This course is accredited through Donnelly College (PH 213 General Ethics) and transfers to KU as PHIL 160: Introduction to Ethics. It fulfills KU Core Goals: AE51, GE11, GE3H. $600 tuition and fees for the 3 credit course.

Spring 2019 (Free) Seminars

Living in God’s Family: Why the Church? Why Sacraments? | Sunday Nights, 6:45pm, SLC 201/2
Drawing on the second part of the Catechism, this seminar will be an interactive discussion on the Church and the sacraments.  In addition to discussion and Q&A, students will watch and discuss short videos from Bishop Barron’s video series “Catholicism 101” and “The Mass.”  Dr. Hahn’s study “The Bible and the Sacraments” will also be discussed.

Church History 2: From the Reformation to Pope Francis | Monday Nights, 7:30pm, SLC Conference Room
This seminar will review the key figures and events of Church History, starting with the Reformation and ending with Pope Francis and current controversies and scandals affecting the Church. Come learn more about the Protestant Revolution, Jansenism Modernism, Vatican I & II, John Paul II, Pope Benedict XVI, and Pope Francis.

The Glory of the Lord: An Introduction to Sacred Art & Music | Wednesdays, 4pm. SLC 101.
This seminar will explore the history and development of Catholic worship and the Mass from its Old Testament roots to the modern day through the lens of musical and artistic masterpieces. See how Catholics of every age lived and practiced their Faith and how that has shaped our experience today.

To register for the free seminars go here. To register for the three credit Ethics course, click here. The deadline to register for the Ethics course at Donnelly is January 26. See the IFC website for more details on the Catholic Studies certificate, seminars, and courses for credit. 

Adoration at the Fiat House
Adoration at the Fiat House Chapel (1401 Engel Road across the street from SLC looking west) is beginning on Thursday the 24th. Adoration will be available there each week on Thursdays from 6pm - midnight and Fridays from 6am - noon.

St. Lawrence Center Small Groups
Bible studies meet weekly to help one another grow closer to the Lord and form virtuous friendships in today's  world. Check out our website to try out a group today.
Koinonia Retreat

Sign ups are starting for the Spring semester Koinonia retreat.
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