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An encounter requires give and take. It requires listening not just with our ears but with our hearts. Listening not to respond, but to understand first. An encounter changes both people. It pulls us out of our comfort zone and into a new place of vulnerability. And this encounter has the poten"al to lead us to a new place of compassion, of connec"on, of love.

Ini"ally, I was nervous about going into the Newman Hall and interac"ng with people who were on the margins of our society. What could I possibly have in common with them? What would we talk about? Would it be scary? Or sad? Or humbling? I found out over "me that yes, it was a bit scary, and sad and humbling. But it was also quite joyful at "mes. It was a place of true community. It was a place where people needed someone to listen to them and affirm their God-given dignity. It was a place where I found that I did have things in common with many of the guests. It was a place where our encounters began to chip away at the walls that society had created between us. Between rich and poor, legal and “illegal”, mentally healthy and ill, addicts and sober, white and black, old and young, the list could go on and on. Building friendships with people different from myself, connec"ng with those I thought I had nothing in common with touched me deeply. These experiences were not just encounters with other human beings, these were indeed encounters with God. In and through our encounters, we can learn who God is, who we are and who we can be.

My experience with the January Warming Center the past two years has been one of profound encounter.

I invite each of you to try spending some "me at the Warming Center this January. The Center is open

by Lisa Hirsch Pope Francis has repeatedly wri!en and preached about the necessity of Catholics and all people to create a “culture of encounter”. He "es our essen"al spiritual encounter with Christ to our call to follow Christ's example and encounter each other with love, mercy and respect. He says “We are accustomed to a culture of indifference and we must strive and ask for the grace to create a culture of encounter, of a frui$ul encounter, of an encounter that restores to each person his or her own dignity as a child of God, the dignity of a living person.” This January, St. Mary Student Parish is hos"ng the Day"me Warming Center and offering each of us the opportunity to help build this “culture of encounter” that Pope Francis is encouraging.



from 8:30am-4pm Monday-Friday. If you work, consider stopping in on your lunch break. When the kids are off on MLK day, bring them along. And may God lead us to encounter our guests with the love, mercy and compassion that God has shown to us. Here is the link to sign up: h!p:// go/20f0449a5a728a7f49-january1


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Sunday, January 15 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!

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 13 Daytime Warming Shelter Movie & Discussion “13th”

Sunday, January 15 We will gather in Donnelly Hall at 3:00 for refreshments and conversa"on followed by a discussion from 3:15-4:45pm. Mary Bailey and Bill Birdsall will lead a discussion on the topic of “Evolu"on and the Primacy of Love.” Bill and Mary suggest preparing for this discussion by searching for “Evolu"on and the Primacy of Love” on Youtube.

This month, the parish will have some new service opportuni"es coming up. One idea is to bake treats or make snacks or sandwiches for our guests in the Day"me Warming Shelter that we are hos"ng all during January. Or perhaps you could do a li!le fund-raising for some needed items, such as warm socks, gloves, etc. Contact Rita

Contact Sherry

3rd Sunday of the month 3:00-5:00 PM All students and resident parishioners are invited to the Newman Hall kitchen to bake cookies and bars for upcoming SMSP events. These delicious treats will be added to the freezer and will be available to any group mee"ng at SMSP. Everything provided, just bring yourself. We will usually meet 3rd Sunday of the month. No experience necessary. Taste tes"ng required! Contact Susan

Monday-Friday 8:30 AM-4 PM Newman Hall Weekdays from January 2nd through the 31st, St. Mary provides a welcoming, safe, and warm environment where people experiencing homelessness can find companionship, compassion, kindness, and respect. It creates the culture of encounter and inclusion that we need. 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. Volunteers and dona!ons needed...Link to sign-up: h!p://

The Interfaith Council for Peace and Jus"ce (ICPJ) La"n America Task Force will be hos"ng a movie night once a month at SMSP. Dinner provided by Pilar's, together with a La"n American movie and a discussion a+erward. ICPJ website for movie events: h!ps:// dinner-a-movie-la"n-america-taskforce-la$-"ckets-29848739383 Other movie nights: 2/14, 3/14, 4/11, 5/9

Contact Bill Alt

Our warming center registry is back for its second 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: h!p:// Fulfilled registry items are due to St. Mary's parish office from Sunday, 1/22 - Wednesday, 1/25. Items can not be collected a+er the 25th due to storage and distribu"on constraints. Ques"ons? Please contact Karen or Rainey

OTHER WARMING CENTERS IN ANN ARBOR FEBRUARY 1-28 (note different loca"ons depending on day) * First Bap"st: Tues & Thurs -517 E Washington St * First Congrega"onal: Mon, Wed, Fri - 608 E William St MARCH 1-31 Lord of Light Lutheran : 801 S Forest Ave SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS: 8AM-7PM (LUNCH AT 3PM) Robert J. Delonis Center: 312 W Huron St

Jan 20 | 7:00 PM Join us to view the powerful documentary 13TH. This film delves deep into our na"on’s history of slavery and how our current mass incarcera"on system con"nues to enslave black people. The "me is now to humanize and see mass incarcera"on as a moral crisis and change how we view the most vulnerable in society. A dialogue on what Catholic Social Teachings say about responding to this issue will follow the screening. Contact Jenny

Jan 28 | 10:30 AM Red Mass is a mass for the inten"ons of all a!orneys, judges, and elected officials. Catholic Law Students Associa"on invites all a!orneys and their friends and family to come celebrate the Red Mass. The mass will be held on the feast day of St. Thomas Aquinas. Mass will begin at 10:30 am followed by a recep"on at 11:30 am in Donnelly Hall. Contact Soojin

All members of the parish are invited to meet one Tuesday a month in the Loyola Room from 7:00-8:30 PM to read and discuss selected great books by Catholic and other spiritual writers.

¨JANUARY 24, Quaran!ne by Jim Crace


OPEN HOUSE JAN 29 | 1:30-4 PM Pre-school through 8th grade Weekly, all-school Mass Before and a+er school care Academic Excellence Spanish instruc"on for all grades Full & half-day kindergarten available · Fully equipped science lab · Outstanding music and fine arts · No-cut athle"c programs

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For ques"ons regarding the open house, please call the school office: 734-821-2200.

¨FEBRUARY 21, The Lost Apostle: Search for the Truth About Junia by Rena Pederson ¨MARCH 28, No Man is an Island by Thomas Merton ¨APRIL 25, Walk in a Relaxed Manner: Life Lessons from the Camino by Joyce Rupp Contact Andy Hoffman at, 734-763-9455

JAN 29 | 10:00 AM- 1 PM

The Triduum Choir provides music for the Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Vigil masses. Song selec"ons range from classical music by Mozart to more contemporary music wri!en within the last few years. New singers are welcome to join.

St. Thomas the Apostle School offers inspired, authen"c and affordable Catholic educa"on focused on your child. For almost 150 years, we have been a culturally and ethnically diverse family – a strong and close community – commi!ed to developing and nurturing every child’s God-given talents from pre-school through eighth grade. Welcome to advanced math and science curriculum, an Academically Talented Program, Spanish and La"n language arts, violin, concert and jazz bands, virtue development, athle"cs… and so much more! Come and see what St. Thomas the Apostle has to offer your child! Call for an individual tour at any "me: 734-761-8606

Contact Paige!

a+er 5:10 PM Mass on Tuesdays Reci"ng this ancient and powerful prayer with others can be a heartopening 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

Mondays | 6:30 PM Centering Prayer is a method of silent, contempla"ve prayer in which thoughts and feelings are s"lled as we simply seek to be with God. 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 is a special introductory session, during which we listen to an audio tape that describes the method of Centering Prayer session. Otherwise, we typically sit for two 20-minute silent prayer sessions with a short medita"ve walk in between. All are welcome. Contact Serena Larsen

Wednesday, Jan 18 | 6-7 PM—note "me change this week only Eucharis"c Adora"on will take place most Wednesdays 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 Bret

Mondays | 7:00 PM 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.

1st & 3rd Tuesdays 7:00-8:30 PM The LGBT group is sponsored by St. Mary Student Parish and meets twice monthly. 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 Mark

Contact Kathy Ann Moilanen 734.668.7437

Sunday, Jan 22 from 3:30-5 PM All high school youth are welcome to a!end our first spirituality event in 2017. We will be discussing the difficul"es of being religious in nonreligious se<ngs such as public high school. It can be cool to be religious. Come find how at our next mee"ng. Contact Adam

January 17 | 7:00-9:00 PM

Monday, January 23 | 5:10 PM Most Rev. Earl Boyea, Bishop of Lansing, will preside at the 5:10 mass. Dinner will follow, and the bishop will lead a Q&A session over dessert. The evening is a combined event offered by the Grad/YP group and Undergrads. All are welcome to the Mass. The dinner Q&A session is open to Grad/YP and Undergrad students only.

Ever a!ended the MLK symposium the university holds each year feeling inspired, but then disappointed by not having a space to debrief or share ideas and hopefully implement change? St. Mary wants to provide this space for all interested. We encourage you to a!end the MLK symposium on January 16 (there will be groups from SMSP going to various events) and then join us on Tuesday to debrief and share your experiences. This will be a great way to also hear about the other events that you were unable to a!end. This event is open to everyone. Contact Jenny

Contact Fr. Joe

Soul Food is a monthly gathering at Arbor Brewing Company for fellowship and spiritual nourishment. Food and drinks begin at 7 PM followed by a speaker at 8 PM. ¨

Feb 20 Soul Food at SMSP featuring Terry NelsonJohnson. This week will feature dessert only and meets at the parish at 6:30 PM.


Mar 13 featuring Fr. James Mar"n, S.J. who will be joining us via Skype


Apr 10 TBA


May 8 featuring Fr. Alan Zobler, OSFS



6:30 PM star"ng Jan 24

This SCC is open to all Grad/YPs and does not require sign-up. Just drop-in each week on Tuesday evenings to build community and share in our faith. The groups will start mee"ng on Tuesday, January 24th and con"nue throughout the semester.

Each month we host a Monday mass & dinner right at St. Mary. Join us to worship, connect, and enjoy a delicious dinner with our Grad/YP community. Dates for 2017 include: Jan 23, Feb 6, Mar 27, Apr 24 & May 22.

For more informa"on about the Grad/YP group, or to be added to our email list, contact the Grad/YP lead team or Fr. Joe at

Open Undergraduate Faith Sharing Groups TUESDAYS | 8:30 PM THURSDAYS | 7:30 PM St. Mary’s is a big place; the University is even bigger. Small Church Community (SCC) offers the opportunity to gather with a community of students centered around authen"c conversa"ons, real rela"onships, and restoring faith. These faith sharing groups have a mission to strengthen the student community by crea"ng open, year-long, gatherings focused on restoring faith, friendships and the kingdom of God. Contact Elise

Thursdays | 5:10-7:00 PM This weekly gathering for under-grads 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 Jenny

February 3-5, 2017


God wants to work on our hearts by allowing us to engage with the women of faith in scripture, by learning their struggles, pains, challenges, fears, hopes and dreams. During this weekend, God will also open your heart to a renewed rela"onship with Him and your sisters in Christ. The retreat begins at 5pm on Friday, February 3rd and runs un"l noon on Sunday, February 5th. The retreat will be at the Weber Center in Adrian, MI. meals will be provided by the center and snacks will be provided by those coming on retreat! Sheets, towels, pillows, etc., are provided. Sign up online today! Contact Jenny


Enjoy snacks in Newman Lounge from 6-9 PM Sundays


Open ‘til midnight for students Sunday-Thursday


Evening Masses at 5 & 9 PM


Confessions at 7:30 PM



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Fr. Miguel Arrieta, S.J. Pastoral Associate

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Jennifer Line Campus Minister

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William Alt Campus Minister

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Jesus, the Lamb of God, is the light of the na"ons who came to do the Father’s will. In Christ we have been called to be a holy people.




We have seen a great light: Jesus, the Messiah, who heals us of our sin and who is our unity and peace.

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