Monthly Archives: November 2011

Study Day: De-Stress Stations

Campus Ministry and the ALIVE Club PresentSTUDY DAY DE-STRESS STATIONSPause,Breathe,and Grab a Tasty Snackat the various DE-STRESS STATIONSthat will be set up around campus “Write-a-Prayer” Station “Cookie Decorating” Station “A Thich Nhat Hanh Orange Meditation” Station “Herbal Tea Bar” Station … Continue reading

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Autumn Reflection

Autumn…arrives at a time in the calendar year that the Catholic Church designates as “Ordinary Time.” Ordinary Time is that period that stretches between Easter and Advent; then, again, between Christmas and Lent. But, is there really anything ordinary about … Continue reading

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Hunger and Homelessness Mass / SOA Sending Rite, with J.C. Orton

J.C. Orton will be speaking at our 7PM Mass, on Sunday, November 13. J.C. Orton reaches out to the hungry, homeless, and marginalized, through the Dorothy Day House and Nights on the Streets, in Berkeley. In 2009, he won the … Continue reading

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Nonviolence and the Beloved Community

“The aftermath of violence is tragic bitterness, while the aftermath of nonviolence is the beloved community.” – Martin Luther King, Jr. Martin Luther King’s Six Principles of Nonviolence 1. Nonviolence is a way of life for courageous people.2. Nonviolence seeks … Continue reading

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