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Bryan Massingale - To Redeem the Soul of America: Martin Luther King's Vision and Its Challenge to American Catholics

 Siena Center - Rev. Bryan Massingale 
Tuesday, October 24, 2017 // 7:00 p.m. // Priory Auditorium // $10 
Join Rev. Bryan Massingale for "To Redeem the Soul of America: Martin Luther King's Vision and Its Challenge to American Catholics".  Martin Luther King declared that the goal of the Civil Rights Movement was not just to achieve racial desegregation. Its deepest aspirations were not only political but spiritual, in his words, to "redeem the soul of America." This address revisits King's vision and explores its challenges for the U.S. Catholic Church today. Rev. Bryan Massingale is a professor of theological and social ethics at Fordham University and a leading Catholic social ethicist and scholar of African-American theological ethics, racial justice and liberation theology.

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Mystery Ride Retreat

November 18
Spend a Saturday of contemplation and play as you participate in a mystery ride through downtown Chicago. Experience the city in a whole new way as you think about the life you want to lead and how you live it. Buckle up and enjoy the ride!

Location: It's a mystery!  We guess you'll have to come to find out.
Cost: $10 - Sign up in the Ministry Center!

¡El Futuro Is Here!

Campus Ministry and Theological Education Latinamente
Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois
July 31 – August 2, 2018

Dominican University is proud to convene colleagues from around the nation for an innovative, three-day conference offering the opportunity for rich theological reflection by pastoral ministers, student leaders and theological educators en conjunto (together).  ¡El Futuro Is Here! seeks develop a means for our institutions to celebrate the cultural practices of our Latinx students and see them as constitutive of a vibrant faith life en lo cotidiano. We will pursue more generous and culturally grounded strategies for theological education and pastoral praxis that can be implemented on our home campuses. 

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Sunday Mass, 4 p.m.

Join a vibrant worshiping community which gathers to pray, sing, and share in Eucharistic celebration. All are welcome on Sundays at 4 p.m. in Rosary Chapel during the academic year, until Sunday, April 28, 2018.

You are invited to share your gifts and talents with our worshiping community in a special way: play your instrument or sing with the choir, proclaim the Word, be a Eucharistic minister or sacristan, create a beautiful worshiping space on our art and environment team, or welcome the gathering community as a minister of hospitality.  Contact Amy Omi at if you are interested.

During academic breaks such as fall, winter, and spring break, Mass will continue to be celebrated on Saturdays at 5 p.m. in Rosary Chapel. All are welcome.

Weekday Mass, 12:30 p.m.

Daily Mass is celebrated Monday through Saturday at 12:30 p.m. in Rosary Chapel. Because of occasional changes, the most up-to-date liturgy schedule is always posted on the university calendar on Campus News: Campus News Calendar.

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