Our twelve student interns will be sharing their faith stories this upcoming Sunday. This is an opportunity for them to share how God has been working in their lives. Come to hear their stories of suﬀering, brokenness, and transforma#on that bear witness to Christ’s life, death, and resurrec#on. All are invited to hear these incredible students share their journey of faith and rela#onship with God to our parish. My Italian grandfather Jerry was a great story-teller. Every #me my family would visit, he would always get animated telling a story with many hand gestures. This #me was cherished for me because he was sharing his life with us. We received this love by laughing, crying, and most importantly listening to his stories. I did not realize it at the #me, but the way he shared his stories was such a gi! of love. I remember more than anything the way he told his stories and how we all felt loved in these moments. Sharing our stories is something we o!en neglect or fail to do completely. Whether this is a lack of trust or a belief that others are not listening, telling the story of our lives is the most important call of the Chris#an life. I loved my grandfather because of how he shared his stories freely with great love. I was honored to receive this love and share in these moments with my family. In this week’s readings, we hear the call of Samuel who listens to God’s
invita#on. The call of Samuel is one of my favorite scripture passages because it is all about listening. God seeks us ﬁrst, calling us by name to live with and for Him. One of the most powerful prayers for me has been repea#ng this line from Samuel “Speak, for your servant is listening.” Are you listening to God’s voice today? What does it mean for us to listen to the voice of love this week? What is God trying to say to you? Next Sunday, we will have an opportunity to hear our twelve student interns tell us their own stories of faith. I am so excited for them to share their faith stories with our parish communi#es. This proclama#on of the Gospel, called the kerygma, is an opportunity for evangeliza#on. All are invited to hear the kerygma as they proclaim the story of salva#on lived within their lives. Please join us in celebra#ng God’s work in their lives. In our gospel today, Jesus asks the disciples, “What are you looking for?” Each of us are constantly in pursuit of something. We are in desperate pursuit of love. Yet, we o!en look in many diﬀerent places for this love. Are we looking for our one true love in Jesus Christ? The apostles respond that they are looking for a teacher. Jesus’ response is simple, yet challenging. He says, “Come and see.” The invita#on to dwell with our Teacher, our Divine Lover, has been extended. How will you respond? Will we respond like Samuel who accepts the invita#on? “Come and see” our interns share the gi! of their story and how they have listened to the voice of Love in their life.
Please join us in praying for our student interns throughout this week:
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Marlee Willshire Jessica Jana Sarah LaSata Nick Hunter Christopher Clark Maggie Larin Eric Mier Brennan McHugh Chris#na Kuhnmuench Bridget Liesman Claire Jilek Henry Burns
Join us Sunday evening, Jan 21st 6:30-9:00 to hear our student interns’ stories of faith and how God is at work in their lives! Contact Brian firstname.lastname@example.org
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SUN, JAN 21 | 11:15 AM Please join us in Newman Hall a!er the 10:00 am Mass for hot coﬀee, a delicious donut, and #me spent with friends and family. All are welcome!
SUNDAY, JANUARY 14 Children’s Liturgy Safe Sheep ESL Hispanic Choir Practice Hispanic Children’s Liturgy Confirmation Class Confirmation Class#2 Hispanic Sacramental Prep High School Youth Group Faith & Justice Lead Team Ig.nite Team Reconciliation
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MONDAY, JANUARY 15 Centering Prayer Bible Study Born For Joy ASB Meeting
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Richard Room Newman Room Monteith Room Newman Hall+
TUESDAY, JANUARY 16 Continuing SCC—Open Eucharistic Adoration RESTORE Rooted LGBT Outreach Ministry
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Loyola Room Church Rectory Lounge Rectory Lounge Loyola Room
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17 Reconciliation RCIA FFF Lead Team Triduum Choir
5:45 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM
Church Donnelly Hall Newman Room Church
THURSDAY, JANUARY 18 Ig.nite RESTORE Choir Rehearsal
5:10 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM
Newman Hall + Rectory Lounge Music Room
FRIDAY, JANUARY 19 Praesidium
MON, FEB 5 | 7:00—CANCELLED to allow people the opportunity to a=end Fr. Greg Boyle’s talk at 7:00 PM in the Rogel Ballroom in the Union.
SAT-SUN, FEB 3-4 All graduate students and young professionals are invited to join us for our Spring 2018 overnight retreat: "Living Decisively in a Conﬂicted World." The retreat includes opportuni#es for prayer, reﬂec#on, silence, faith-sharing and building community, all on the beau#ful grounds of the Weber Retreat Center. Join us as we further explore how to live as inten#onal, faith-ﬁlled, young adult Catholics.
Fr. Greg Boyle, S.J., founder of Homeboy Industries, gives a talk about his experiences serving the community of Los Angeles. He also discusses the publishing of his new book “Barking to the Choir: The Power of Radical Kinship.”
Fr. John Grace will be leading the retreat.
Join us for dessert and #me to socialize or network with other grad students and young professionals. A diﬀerent speaker each month will lead us into faith-based discussion.
Loca#on: Weber Retreat Center (Adrian, MI) We will arrange carpools leaving from St. Mary's at 9:00 am on Saturday and returning about Noon on Sunday Cost: $50.00 (ﬁnancial assistance available) Pay through St. Mary's online giving system: h=ps://www.myowngiving.com/ Default.aspx?cid=583 Registra#on Deadline: Friday, January 19 The retreat cost has been subsidized by the parish and includes Saturday lunch and dinner, Sunday breakfast, overnight accommoda#ons and reﬂec#on materials. Individual and double rooms are available.
Please join us in welcoming Fr. Pat who recently joined the staff of St. Mary Student Parish in a part-time, on-going assignment working with our Hispanic/Latino ministry as well as assisting with English Masses.
MON, FEB 19 | 7:00 PM
| 6:30PM Rooted is a year-long, open Grad Students and Young Professionals faith sharing group focused on becoming more rooted in God, scripture and each other (love). Come meet other Grad/YP's, have authen#c conversa#ons and build real rela#onships for God's kingdom on earth. No need to sign up, just drop in! Contact Jenny email@example.com
For more info or to be added to our email list, contact the Grad/YP lead team firstname.lastname@example.org or Fr. Joe email@example.com
Fr. Pat was born in Chicago on March 17, 1941 and received his Grade and High School Educa#on in a parish school and at St. Igna#us H. S. of Chicago. In 1959 he entered the Society of Jesus in Cincinna#, Ohio. He studied philosophy and English at Spring Hill College. In 1966 he was missioned to Peru in South America where he taught for three years at Colegio San Jose, a Jesuit school in Arequipa. His theology training was in Mexico City
and a!er ordina#on he returned to Peru where he lived and worked un#l 2011. While in Peru he served as president of three Jesuit High Schools and taught and served as chaplain in two others. He was pastor of an inner-city parish and also one in the jungle. In 2011 he was assigned to work in Chicago at St. Procopius Parish and in 2014 was asked to help as part #me chaplain at Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in the same city.
UNDERGRAD WOMEN'S RETREAT
The culture has it wrong. God has it right. Come to learn how God intended femininity to be lived out when it comes to feminine iden#ty, rela#onships and sexuality.
This weekly gathering for undergrads features an Igna#an twist - #me for some discussion and an explora#on of where God is in your life. The evening begins with a student-led Mass at 5:10 PM, followed by a great dinner and discussion. Everything wraps up by 7:00 PM, but feel free to stay to study or spend #me with friends. We’re open un#l midnight!
A retreat for undergrad women about the true deﬁni#on and living out of femininity as God intended. All women need to be reminded what it means to be created female by God in a world that tells that us we are inadequate, unworthy of true love and not enough. This retreat is intended to combat those lies and remind and refocus women on how God intended us to receive love and how we are to be loved. Cost of retreat is $75. Women who register will need to pay via venmo or St. Mary's quick give. Financial aid is available if needed. Sign-up goo.gl/DdgrQP
Contact Jenny firstname.lastname@example.org
TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS
Restore is a year-long open undergraduate faith sharing group focused on restoring faith, friendships and the kingdom of God. Come meet other undergrads, have authen#c conversa#ons and build real rela#onships. No need to sign up, just drop in! Groups will be held every Tuesday at 6:30 PM, and Thursday at 7:30 PM (a!er Ig.nite).
Get hype for the annual SMSP trip to Yost Ice Arena for a night of ska#ng fun on Thursday, January 18! SMSP will be covering the cost of ice #me. Students should either bring their own skates or $3 to rent skates. We will be mee#ng at SMSP at 7:30, heading over to Yost at 8:00 and ska#ng un#l 10:00. Bring your bring friends, bring your boyfriend, bring your girlfriend, and lets have a ball!
· Confessions at 7:30 PM
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· Open un#l midnight for students Sunday-Thursday
CALL FOR LEARNERS: Clases de Ingles Gra#s Enseñanza par#cular en un lugar seguro Los Domingos, 12:45 – 13:45 En La Parroquia Universitaria de Santa María ¡No hace falta hacer reserva! ¿Preguntas? Email Madison firstname.lastname@example.org
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· Enjoy snacks in Newman Lounge from 6-9 PM · Evening Masses at 5 & 9 PM
CALL FOR TUTORS: Interested in tutoring English as a Second Language? Come join the ESL program at St. Mary’s! The program provides a safe space for the Hispanic/La#no community to prac#ce their English and receive personalized guidance from na#ve English speakers Join us each week 12:45 PM -1:45 PM (before Spanish mass) Ques#ons? Contact Madison email@example.com
MONDAY-FRIDAY 8AM-4PM THRU JAN 31
We provide food, coﬀee, a warm place of rest, the opportunity for conversa#on, and the building of rela#onships. Solidarity and mutual giving are the values that guide this ministry.
Each winter, St. Mary Student Parish hosts an overnight shelter for men experiencing homelessness. This year we will host men from Monday, February 5th through Monday morning, February 12th. We are in need of a hospitality team to welcome guests and an overnight staﬀ to spend the night.
Consider this your sign from God, and sign up to volunteer and donate: h=p://bit.ly/warmingcenter Ques#ons? Contact Jake at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our warming center registry is back for its third year! We are collec#ng gently used (or new if you wish) items for those guests with us for the month of January. We would like to provide them with at least one of their three requested items before they move on to the February Warming Center. Visit our registry sign-up to view requested items and for more informa#on. The sign up will be updated throughout the ﬁrst three weeks of January.
The role of "Welcome Host" includes: some set up, welcoming guests, talking with them, and assis#ng as needed. The role of "Overnight Host" includes: invi#ng guests to begin "quiet #me", taking a shi! of being awake, making coﬀee in the morning, waking guests up, and light clean up. Two overnight hosts must be awake at any given #me during the night, so if there are four total overnight hosts, you can take shi!s on who is awake and who can sleep (in separate space from the guests). Details and volunteer sign up at: bit.ly/rota#ngshelter For ques#ons, contact Jake email@example.com
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SUN, FEB 5 | ALL DAY Over 100 students will put their faith into ac#on through our Alterna#ve Spring Break (ASB) immersion program. They will serve with the people of rural Appalachia and in the inner ci#es of Bal#more and Flint. They will help welcome the stranger in Louisville, KY and build homes in Meridian, MS. They bring their passion and love to serve with the people of Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic. Wherever they go, they are prepared to encounter Christ in all they meet and to be transformed. They are collec#ng dona#ons a!er all the masses on Feb 4 to help defer the costs of the ASB program. This is the only fundraising event for ASB at St. Mary. Your prayers, support, and generosity are greatly appreciated. Contact Ali firstname.lastname@example.org
MON, FEB 5 | 7:00 PM ROGEL BALLROOM IN THE UNION
Fr. Greg Boyle, Jesuit priest and founder of Homeboy Industries, gives a talk about his experiences serving the community of Los Angeles. He also discusses the publishing of his new book “Barking to the Choir: The Power of Radical Kinship.”
2ND SATURDAY OF THE MONTH | 12-2:30 PM SUN, JAN 14 | 3:15 PM Having trouble geZng that guy or girl of your dreams to fall in love with you? Good news, Jesus already is. High schoolers, join us at Youth Group as we discuss why this is richer, and more fulﬁlling, than even the ﬁrst two months of that puppy love stage of your new rela#onships. Great people, friends, good vibes, and Jesus will all be in abundance. Hope to see you there. Contact Brennan email@example.com
This will be a special interest group for the purpose of celebra#ng the Eucharist and discussing Salesian spirituality while enjoying a pot luck lunch together. Our discussions are led by Fr. John Lehner, OFSD. This year we will focus on topics from the book Trea#se on the Love of God by St. Francis de Sales. The group will be held on the second Saturday of the month at St. Mary in the rectory lounge. All are welcome! Contact Karen Stein firstname.lastname@example.org
FEB 10- BOOK 11 - The Bond of Perfec#on MAR 10-BOOK 12 - Loving (and Living) Jesus
WED, FEB 7 | 7:00-8:00 PM Please join us for a night of prayer, scripture, and reﬂec#on for seZng our hearts free to love Christ more deeply. We will have adora#on, music, and an opportunity to pray with one of our prayer teams. Next Healing Service will be on March 13. Contact Brian email@example.com
Women of every age are invited to connect, be inspired, and celebrate their faith with one another. Women of the Heart meets one Thursday each month from 10:15 am–12:00 noon to enjoy a light brunch and explore relevant topics. FEB 8 TOPIC: Transcending Despair Julian of Norwich - “All will be well...” Contact Pa=y Barry firstname.lastname@example.org or Phyllis McLaughlin email@example.com
SUN, FEB 11 | 3:00-5:00 PM Join us at the February 11 mee#ng of the St. Maryy Discussion Group! Dave Kieras will lead a discussion on the recent book “Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right” by Arlie Russell Hochschild. The book, a ﬁnalist for the Na#onal Book Award and a New York Times Best Seller, is based on ﬁve years of immersion repor#ng among Tea Party loyalists. Hochschild tries to bridge an “empathy wall” between the two poli#cal sides, to explore the “deep story” underlying the right that remains unrecognized by the le!. Robert Reich writes, “Anyone who wants to understand modern America should read this cap#va#ng book.” The hard-cover book is available at local bookstores and on Amazon and other online booksellers. It is also available in a Kindle edi#on. (The paperback version is due out soon but is not yet available.) There is also a summary Kindle book (for $2.68) #tled Summary and Analysis of Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right: Based on the Book by Arlie Russell Hochschild (Smart Summaries) As usual, join us for coﬀee, cookies and conversa#on from 3-3:15 . The discussion will begin about 3:15 and the mee#ng will be over by 5pm. For more informa#on, contact Sherry Warden firstname.lastname@example.org.
The music for Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and the Easter Vigil is some of the most important of the year. The music ministry wants to invite you to help make this year's Triduum liturgies especially prayerful and powerful. Join the Triduum choir in rehearsal every Wednesday night at 7:00 PM, star#ng January 17. No experience is necessary and all are welcome.
TUESDAYS | 6-10 PM Eucharis#c Adora#on will take place most Tuesdays in the Church. It is a #me to reﬂect and pray quietly before the Lord. People are invited to come when they can and stay as long as they like. Contact Marlee email@example.com
Contact our music coordinator Paige Graham for more informa#on on how to join firstname.lastname@example.org
MONDAYS | 7:00-8:30 PM
The Catholic Thinkers Book Club meets 7-8:30 pm on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at St. Mary Student Parish. All are welcome to par#cipate. For your convenience copies of these books are on reserve for purchase at Litera# Book Store, 124 E. Washington.
Our Catholic faith teaches that God is alive in the Scriptures. Come discover the Word with us. We prac#ce scripture-based faith sharing in a small discussion group. Discussions are guided by church-approved commentaries, ques#on guides, and the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Contact Kathy Ann Moilanen 734.668.7437
Here is this semester’s line up:
TUES, FEB 13 Mustafa Akyol's "The Islamic Jesus: How the King of the Jews Became a Prophet of the Muslims."
TUES, MAR 13 Kathleen Norris' "Amazing Grace." TUES, APR 10 Karen Armstrong's "The First Chris#an: Saint Paul's ' Impact on Chris#anity." If you would like to be added to the email list, please send a note to Liz Rodriguiz at YpsiLiz2006@gmail.com
1ST & 3RD TUES | 7-8:30 PM The LGBT group is sponsored by St. Mary Student Parish and meets twice a month. Mee#ngs are private and conﬁden#al. As a diverse community of believers, we respect each person as a unique reﬂec#on of God's presence in our midst. We commit ourselves to being a community of care, support, forma#on, reconcilia#on, and witness to jus#ce with and among gay and lesbian persons, parents, family members, and friends. We teach that all love comes from God and focus on helping people reconcile their faith with their orienta#on. We provide a safe space for discussion, healing, and prayer. Together we reﬂect on Scripture and listen to the lived experiences of gay and lesbian persons and their allies. Contact: Rodrigo email@example.com or Cynthia firstname.lastname@example.org
1/29, 2/12, 3/26, 4/30 ATTEND ONE CLASS St. Mary Student Parish holds a bap#sm class, in English and Spanish, for new parents one Monday evening each month at 7:00 pm. Parents who are preparing to have their child bap#zed in the Catholic faith should pick up materials for the discussion from the Parish Oﬃce at least one week prior to the mee#ng they plan to a=end. The bap#sm prepara#on packet contains ar#cles and discussion ques#ons for parents and godparents. It also contains a Bap#sm Registra#on form which must be ﬁlled out prior to class. At the discussion, parents (and godparents, if possible) will have an opportunity to ask ques#ons about Catholic Bap#sm and schedule their bap#sm in the Church. If you've a=ended a bap#sm class before, we don't require you to a=end another. Saturday bap#sms are private ceremonies usually celebrated by the deacon. For Spanish class-Amy email@example.com For English class-Carol firstname.lastname@example.org
Year-to-Date Oﬀering Report as of 01/07/2018 MONDAYS | 6:30 PM
Centering Prayer is a silent prac#ce of prayer that rests on the faith that Christ is present within by his Holy Spirit. It is an excellent prepara#on for contempla#ve prayer, which is a grace or gi! bestowed by God. Centering Prayer is an inten#onal openness to, or prac#ce of "wai#ng" on God, encouraging the building of a more in#mate rela#onship with Jesus and the movement of the Holy Spirit. It is rooted in centuries-old monas#c prayer. The book “Open Heart, Open Mind” by Fr. Thomas Kea#ng, OCSO is a good introduc#on. The ﬁrst Monday of each month we listen to an introduc#on to centering prayer and then pray for 20 minutes. Otherwise, we typically sit and pray for two 20-minute sessions with a short medita#ve walk in between. All are welcome. Contact Serena Larson email@example.com
Annual Budget Goal
Year-to-Date (YTD) Goal
Amount Collected YTD Above (Below) YTD Goal
Sunday Oﬀering Report as of 01/07/2018 Weekly Budget Goal
Sunday 01/02/2018 (Week 28) Above (Below) Weekly Goal
Special and Holy Day Collec"ons: Christmas
Solemnity of Mary
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Fr. Benjamin B. Hawley, S.J. Pastor and Director of Catholic Campus Ministry
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CAMPUS MINISTRY STAFF Fr. Joseph F. Wagner S.J. Campus Minister
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PARISH STAFF Lane#e Mele Oﬃce Manager & Liturgy Assistant
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Reading II 1 Corinthians 6:13c-15a, 17-20
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