Every Palm Sunday, I marvel at how tremendous it must have been to witness the entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. An image of men and women laying down their cloaks, laying down palms, as Jesus’s steady donkey ventures through the crowd. Children on their toes, trying to see through the crowds, a glimpse of the man that people exclaim to be the Messiah. This thought of awe, inevitably precedes the annual mourning of Good Friday. Good Friday, the day when we mourn the cruciﬁxion of Jesus at the hands of the very people who once bowed before “He who comes in the name of the Lord” (Mark 11:9). A cruciﬁxion garnered by the silence of a people that had just worshiped Him, just proclaimed His glory. What a tragic thought. How could these people be so misguided? So hypocri#cal? So human?
The truth is, as we arrive at the end of this Lenten season, we typically arrive at the end of all of our own li$le “palm Sundays”. Whether this was a Lenten season of tremendous growth, or a Lenten season of spiritual stagna#on, we lived it out with the purpose of worshiping the Messiah. In our very own, unique ways, we laid down our cloaks before Jesus, welcoming Him into
our lives and into our hearts. How easy this is to do when you are surrounded by a faith community doing the exact same thing. How easy this is to do when those around us are also craning their necks, and standing on their #ppytoes to catch a be$er glimpse of our Lord.
So where does that leave us on our Good Fridays? What happens at the end of this Lenten and Easter season when we enter back into Ordinary #me. Back to the dependable greens, and the sound of “Alleluia”. What happens when we are no longer making an extra eﬀort to be weary of Jesus’s presence in our community? Will we be silenced at His li$le cruciﬁxions or will we stand together to reassert His welcome? Every day we are faced with the choice between being a person of Palm Sunday or a person of Good Friday. This decision lies in the ways that we choose to love one another, showing glory to God. A person of Palm Sunday welcomes both the neighbor and the stranger with an air of pa#ence, of love. A person of Palm Sunday does not stand by the abuse of another. A person of Palm Sunday ﬁghts for jus#ce, ﬁghts for the glory of the Lord.
Palm Sunday can some#mes get lost in the blur of the Easter season, it precedes a Sunday of brunch and of egg hunts by a week. This is unfortunate, for it is through Palm Sunday that we can learn how to be stronger and more welcoming followers of Christ. So, I challenge you to reﬂect on the truth that we celebrate today. A truth of a worldly abandon as we try to see Christ a bit clearer. I challenge you to live a life of “palm Sundays,” standing for the love and the will and the acceptance of Christ.
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SAT, MAR 31 | HELP NEEDED St. Mary holds a recep#on a!er the Easter Vigil to welcome our new members into our community and we need your help to make this a special #me for them! Please consider giving a li$le of your #me—we need volunteers for the shi!s listed below.
FRI, MAR 30 | 7:30 PM All are welcome to join us this Good Friday in our annual bilingual Sta#ons of the Cross. Todos son bienvenidos a acompañarnos en el Vía Crucis biligue este Viernes Santo.
SET UP, SERVE & CLEAN UP 10:00 PM Set-up 11:30 PM Serving 12:30 AM Clean up (lots of help needed here!)
Contact Amy email@example.com We know it is a very late night, but what be$er way to welcome these new members to our community! 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. ·
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Holy Thursday, March 29 9:00 PM - Midnight in Donnelly Hall
Good Friday, March 30 9:00 AM - Noon in Donnelly Hall
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TUESDAYS | 5:45 PM Please help us pray the Rosary on Tuesdays. Reci#ng this ancient and powerful prayer with others can be a heart-opening experience and a way to promote peace in the world and in ourselves. We will provide you the texts of the prayers if needed. If you have inten#ons for which you'd like us to pray, or any ques#ons, please send them to Toni Morales email@example.com.
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Cheese slices/cubes and crackers
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SUNDAY, MARCH 25 Children’s Liturgy FFF Service Project ESL Hispanic Choir Practice Hispanic Children’s Liturgy Ignite Lead Team Hispanic Sacramental Prep SCC Closing Gathering Faith & Justice Lead Team SCC-Grad/YP Reconciliation
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Newman Hall+ Newman Hall Newman Hall Music Room Donnelly Hall+ Ali’s Office Newman Hall Donnelly Hall Loyola Room Rectory Lounge Church
MONDAY, MARCH 26 BPR Closing Dinner & Reflection Centering Prayer Baptism Class Born For Joy Bible Study
6:00 PM 6:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM
Donnelly Hall Richard Room Newman Hall+Room Monteith Room Loyola Room
TUESDAY, MARCH 27 SCC Moms Catechists Planning Session Continuing SCC—Open Pray the Rosary SCC Grad YP Eucharistic Adoration REAL Women’s Group Men’s SCC
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28 SCC Women Reconciliation SCC Grad YP SCC LGBT SCC Ignatian SCC Spanish
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THURSDAY, MARCH 29 SCC Open Triduum Choir Rehearsal Holy Thursday Mass Eucharistic Adoration
6:00 PM 6:30 PM 7:30 PM 9:00 PM
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FRIDAY, MARCH 30 Eucharistic Adoration Good Friday Service Bilingual Stations of the Cross
9:00 AM 12:10 PM 7:30 PM
Donnelly Hall Church Church
SATURDAY, MARCH 31 Into the Light—Lent Triduum Choir Vigil Rehearsal RCIA Easter Vigil Rehearsal Choir Rehearsal Easter Vigil Mass
7:45 AM 9:00 AM 12:00 PM 7:30 PM 8:30 PM
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SUNDAY MASS SCHEDULE 8:30 AM, 10AM, Noon, 2PM (Spanish), 5PM & 9PM DAILY MASS SCHEDULE Mon-Thurs 5:10 PM & Friday 12:10 PM OFFICE HOURS Sunday 8AM-9PM Mon-Thurs 9AM-9PM Friday 9AM-5PM & Saturday 12PM-3PM SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION Wed a!er 5:10 PM Mass, Sunday at 7:30 PM or by appointment
GRADUATION MASS & RECEPTION APRIL 27 | 5:10PM
Young Adult Women's Group REAL: Rela!onships, Encouragement, Accountability, Laughter
TUESDAYS | 8:00 PM 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! Contact Ali email@example.com
FRI, APR 6 | 7:00 PM Join us on Friday, April 6 from 7 to 10 pm for our ﬁrst ever semi formal. There will be music, dancing, snacks and drinks, friends and more. Dress in your Sunday best, bring a date, or just come with your friends and enjoy the night.
SAT, APR 7 | 10:00 AM All gradua#ng seniors in May or December are welcome to a$end. This will be a #me of reﬂec#on, community building, prayer and fun! RSVP goo.gl/7Kw3es
This group of young women (undergraduate, graduate, young professional) meet to share God’s word and to form community. Mee#ngs are for 1 hour and are drop in style so join whenever you’d like. Each session will involve studying scripture, the teachings of the Church, and discussion. The women will be encouraged to read and study before coming to the sessions, but things will be recapped at the beginning for those who join that day. Contact Jenny firstname.lastname@example.org or Jess email@example.com
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! Contact Jenny firstname.lastname@example.org
APR 10 | 6:00 PM The Retreats Team decided to have a follow up to the Men's and Women's Retreat by answering more of their ques#ons regarding men, women, rela#onships and complimentary. Lauren and Jonathon Smith will be coming in to facilitate conversa#on, group sharing and prayer. Contact Jenny email@example.com
St Mary’s Faith & Jus#ce Ministry is seeking volunteers to help feed the homeless in Ann Arbor. We are commi$ed to providing a Sunday meal quarterly for the residents that meet weekly at HILL HOUSE for dinner. Meal format is set and sign-up is done electronically. Hill House is located at 3501 Stone School Road. How to Volunteer: 1. Provide a speciﬁc food dona#on such as an entree or dessert 2. Provide staple dona#ons such as napkins, water bo$les, etc. 3. Provide monetary support for the purchase of needed items
4. Provide transporta#on and/or serve food on the given day
Contact Erin firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be added to the volunteer group list.
APR 4 | 7:00 PM Francisco Mena Ugarte is the Execu#ve Director of CRISPAZ, an organiza#on in El Salvador which works to form rela#onships of solidarity between Chris#ans in El Salvador and the United States. The organiza#on was founded out of the events of El Salvador's Civil War, during which Archbishop Oscar Romero, Ru#llio Grande, the Jesuit Martyrs, and thousands of others were killed by the Salvadoran military. The eﬀects of this conﬂict s#ll radiate through the country and throughout the United States, as many who ﬂed conﬂict and disaster in El Salvador are now in danger of losing their Temporary Protec#on Status (TPS). CRISPAZ has hosted several delega#ons from St. Mary Student Parish as part of the Alterna#ve Spring Break Program. Join us as Francisco shares reﬂec#ons on CRISPAZ's work in El Salvador, rooted in peace, solidarity, and faith. This event is part of SMSP’s Central America series. Contact Amy email@example.com or Maggie firstname.lastname@example.org
Each 1st and 5th Friday of the month, St. Mary Student Parish provides volunteers to cook and serve the evening meal at the Delonis Center in Ann Arbor. We are s#ll in need of volunteers for many of our upcoming dates. You can sign up to volunteer for one meal or mul#ple. The Delonis Center is located at 312 W. Huron Street. Sign up to volunteer by following this link: bit.ly/delonis For ques#ons, email: email@example.com
APR 14 | 9:00 AM-4:00 PM St. Mary is hos#ng an all-day An!-Racism Workshop led by Sr. Patricia Chappell and Sr. Anne-Louise Nadeau of Pax Chris# USA. The workshop will help a$endees in learning about the history of racism in America and the Church, what Catholic Social Teaching has to say about racism and how we might work together to become an an#-racist community. Lunch will be included. Register to a$end: bit.ly/an#-racismworkshop Contact Jake firstname.lastname@example.org
MARCH MATCH MADNESS - OVER HALFWAY THERE WITH JUST 7 DAYS LEFT! Team up with St. Mary to support Catholic campus ministry! Our goal is to raise $100,000 in just 31 days and we need your help.
You may give online at stmarystudent-parish.org/give or by credit card, cash or check. Dona#on cards may be returned with your Sunday oﬀering or in the parish oﬃce.
Thanks to generous donors, your gi! will be matched dollar for dollar. Your gi!—doubled!
You can even use your phone to make a gi!! Use Venmo to make your March Match dona#on to @SMSPumich.
The number of par#cipants in our vibrant campus ministry programs con#nues to grow. Together we can reach our goal and serve the next genera#on of Catholic leaders.
Thank you for being a part of our caring Catholic community!
Year-to-Date Oﬀering Report as of 03/18/2018 Interested in speaking Spanish? Interested in social jus#ce? Interested in immigra#on issues? Our Hispanic/La#no community includes U of M students, faculty and staﬀ, as well as members of the local Spanish speaking community. Many in the Ministry are bilingual, but minimal Spanish is needed to help with most of our programs. We welcome those na#ve to Spanish speaking countries as well as students and others interested in prac#cing Spanish!
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Volunteers are needed to serve as liturgical ministers, sing in the choir, teach children’s sacramental prepara#on classes, and help with events like Our Lady of Guadalupe Mass (December 12), bilingual Sta#ons of the Cross (Good Friday), and social events.
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Special and Holy Day Collec!ons: DOL Collec#on - Catholic Relief Services
4/30, 5/21 ATTEND ONE CLASS ONLY Bap#sm classes are held in English and Spanish one Monday evening each month. Informa#on packets are available in the parish oﬃce and should be picked up at least one week prior to class date. For Spanish class-Amy firstname.lastname@example.org For English class-Carol email@example.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 firstname.lastname@example.org or Cynthia email@example.com
Whether you are planning to get married at St. Mary or elsewhere, we can help you prepare. Call our parish oﬃce to meet with a priest or deacon to begin your prepara#on. Our marriage prep also includes a two-day retreat led by vibrant married couples in our parish. Contact Julie Mussio firstname.lastname@example.org
It is our call from God to make available the sacraments, religious educa#on, and spiritual support through both good and diﬃcult #mes. We also want to provide opportuni#es to live your bap#smal call by ge>ng involved in ministry and service. Register today to let us know who you are and how St. Mary can join you on your journey. Visit our website stmarystudentparish.org and click the blue JOIN bu$on in the top right corner.
TUES, APR 10 | 7:00 PM Albert Nolan’s “Jesus Before Chris#anity.” 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. If you would like to be added to the email list, please send a note to Liz Rodriguiz at YpsiLiz2006@gmail.com
THURS, APR 12 | 10:15 AM 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.
Mary the mother of Jesus is important, but do you fully grasp how essen#al she really is to us as Catholics? Come draw closer to Mary with our bible study and our new approach to learning from our beloved scriptures, including video! “The Bible and the Virgin Mary” unveils the mystery of Our Lady that is woven into the fabric of sacred scripture. It's based on the book “Hail Holy Queen” by Sco$ Hahn, a convert to the Catholic faith whose deep biblical insights promise to amaze and astound even those who are well-acquainted with the bible. Each mee#ng will include a 30-minute video followed by guided discussion and snacks. No need to sign up, just drop in! As you enter the church, please see the white board in the atrium for our assigned room for that evening. For more informa#on, please contact Kathy Ann Moilanen at 734- 668-7437.
April 12 topic: Becoming Joy - Teresa of Avila - “Let nothing disturb you; nothing aﬀright you...Whoever has God lacks nothing. God alone suﬃces.” May 10 topic: Simplicity - Richard Rohr speaks of crea#on as the “Other Bible.” Earth is our teacher, as God’s revela#on...Beauty within helps us recognize beauty in our world. Contact Pa$y email@example.com or Phyllis firstname.lastname@example.org
Please help our RCIA par#cipants to feel nourished and welcomed by dona#ng a snack or ﬁnger food item for one of our regular weeknight sessions this semester. We have a large group of candidates and we’d love them to know that the parish community is sending snacks and prayers for their journey. If you'd like to donate baked goods, fruit, veggies or crackers, please contact Rita email@example.com. Thank you for suppor#ng this important ministry of forma#on and welcome!
MONDAYS | 7:00 PM A 12-step recovery group for men (ages 18+), who struggle with sexual ac#ng out/pornography and are sincerely looking for hope and help in a community of fellow strugglers. Visit www.saa-recovery.org or contact Fr. Ben firstname.lastname@example.org
This liturgical celebra#on for 3-9 year olds meets every Sunday of the year during the 10 am Mass. Catechists work with an age-speciﬁc group of children to proclaim the Word of God and to reﬂect together on its meaning in their lives. Par#cipants return to the church for the Liturgy of the Eucharist. Training and materials are provided for those interested in becoming a catechist. Contact Marilyn McDermo$ email@example.com
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Fr. Benjamin B. Hawley, S.J. Pastor and Director of Catholic Campus Ministry
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Fr. Dennis T. Dillon, S.J. Pastoral Associate
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Deacon Romolo Leone Pastoral Associate
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CAMPUS MINISTRY STAFF Fr. Joseph F. Wagner S.J. Campus Minister
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Jennifer Line Campus Minister
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Alison Quinn Campus Minister
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Brian Cerabona Campus Minister
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Jacob Derry Campus Ministry Associate
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PARISH STAFF Lane#e Mele Oﬃce Manager & Liturgy Assistant
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Carol Konczal Recep#onist & Administra#ve Assistant
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Susan Maulbetsch Hospitality & Welcome Coordinator
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Julie Mussio Marriage Prepara#on & Ministry Schedule Coordinator
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Alicia Frene#e Controller
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Danielle Kopin Stewardship Director
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Bri#any Tobias Communica#ons Director
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Amy Ketner Hispanic/La#no Ministry Coordinator
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Kristen Gowman Bookkeeping Assistant
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Lori Feiler Family Ministry Program Coordinator
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Karen Foster Family Ministry Program Assistant
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Rita Zyber RCIA & Conﬁrma#on Coordinator
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Paige Graham Music Coordinator
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Sue Walters Database Coordinator
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Gary Pearce Opera#ons Manager
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Dan Hankins Custodian
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