Upcoming Events

Music
Feb 20

Discovering Arthur Foote: The Forgotten Music of America’s “Dean of Composers”

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Location: Basilica

Dr. Patrick Kronner invites you to join him for a brief recital which will explore the nearly forgotten works of Arthur Foote (1853-1937). At a time when America’s composers were struggling to find their national musical identity, Foote was recognized as one of the country’s leading educators, performers, and composers. Listeners can expect to hear Foote’s gift as a melodist in works such as “The Twenty-Third Psalm” (performed by a vocal quartet) and his fiery “Toccata for Organ.” …

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Fellowship Groups
Feb 21

Iron Sharpens Iron Christian Fellowship

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Location: Coleman-Morse Center First-floor Student Lounge

Iron Sharpens Iron (ISI) is a community of Christians from all denominations who seek to grow deeper and stronger in their relationships with each other and with God through student-led worship, accountability and fellowship. Join us for this weekly praise and worship service. …

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Fellowship Groups
Feb 22

Shabbat Dinner

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Join the Jewish Student Association for a Shabbat dinner at the home of a Chabad Rabbi as we celebrate the end of the busy work week and the beginning of the day of rest. Meet at Main Circle at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 22. This event is open to people of all faiths. Transportation will be provided. Sign up here

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Prayer Opportunities
Feb 24

RCIA Rite of Election / Call to Continuing Conversion

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Location: Basilica

As we prepare to enter into the Holy Season of Lent, we acknowledge in a special way two groups who are taking another step toward becoming Catholic Christians. This Sunday, Feb. 24 at 10 a.m. Mass in the Basilica, Bishop Kevin Rhoades of our Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend will elect our Catechumens for the Easter Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, and Holy Eucharist and will encourage our Candidates for Full Initiation toward a continued conversion of the heart during this upcoming Lenten season. Please continue to pray for our brothers and sisters preparing for these Sacraments.…

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Lectures and Discussions
Feb 25

"Me Too" featuring Tarana Burke

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Location: DeBartolo Hall room 101

Tarana Burke shares the story behind the genesis of the viral, 2017 TIME Person Of the Year-winning 'me too' movement, and gives strength and healing to those who have experienced sexual trauma or harassment.

Cosponsors: MSPS, McWell, Student Government, Campus Ministry, GRC…

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Lectures and Discussions
Feb 26

Let’s Get Intimate: Panel Discussion on Sex, Intimacy, and Relationships

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Location: Coleman Morse Lounge

A panel discussion on the role our sexuailty plays in all vocations from single life to married life to religious life. What does it mean to have a healthy sexuality? No matter where we are in life, we all must form relationships, express our sexuality, and address the longing in all of our hearts.…

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Lectures and Discussions
Feb 27

#NDSeeMeForMe

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Location: Duncan Student Center room 134

Your chance to be seen! Come take pictures in the Duncan student center as part of the #NDseeMeforme social media campaign! Find out how students from all over campus express who they are and reveal what you know and what you may not yet know about them.…

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Lectures and Discussions
Feb 27

Lunch & Learn: Staff Lenten Series

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Location: Coleman Morse Lounge

All staff are invited to a series of inspirational personal stories of how faith can move one from death to new life.  This series will begin this Wednesday as we prepare for the Lenten season. You’re encouraged to bring your lunch. No RSVP necessary. For more information, contact Staff Chaplain Fr. Jim Bracke, C.S.C., at Bracke.4@nd.edu…

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Music
Feb 27

Organ recital presenting three contrasting methods of sacred music

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Location: Basilica

Carina Sturdy, organ, and Katrina Keat, soprano, will present three contrasting methods of setting sacred song and text. The concert will feature a fugual setting of a chorale tune from the 19th century, a lyrical setting of a biblical text from the 20th century, and an exciting Magnificat from the 21st century. …

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Music
Feb 28

Concert of Sacred Music: National Lutheran Choir

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Location: Basilica of the Sacred Heart

The National Lutheran Choir sets out on tour with Kim André Arnesen's magnificent work for chorus and strings, Holy Spirit Mass.

Bishop Kevin Rhoades of the Catholic Diocese of Fort Wayne - South Bend and Bishop William Gafkjen of the Indiana-Kentucky Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America will offer brief reflections on friendship and between Christian churches.

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Lectures and Discussions
Feb 28

Conversations that Matter: Porn discussion with Fr. Pete McCormick, C.S.C., and Dr. Christine Caron Gebhardt

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Location: Coleman Morse Lounge

Pornography is an extremely prevalent, but rarely discussed element in our culture. This open-forum conversation seeks to break open this conversation through the lens of faith: How prevalent is porn? Why is it rarely talked about it? What are its effects? What does our Christian faith have to offer? are just some of the questions that we will attempt to break open.…

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Fellowship Groups
Feb 28

Iron Sharpens Iron Christian Fellowship

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Location: Coleman-Morse Center First-floor Student Lounge

Iron Sharpens Iron (ISI) is a community of Christians from all denominations who seek to grow deeper and stronger in their relationships with each other and with God through student-led worship, accountability and fellowship. Join us for this weekly praise and worship service. …

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Lectures and Discussions
Mar 1

Living in the InterSEXtion: The Faith and Sexuality Gallery

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Location: Duncan Student Center room 106

A gallery that highlights experiences of the ND community that express what it means to live in joys and struggles of the intersection between faith and sexuality. Come walk through the realities of what it means to be truly human.…

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Fellowship Groups
Mar 1

First Friday Grad Dinner

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Location: Coleman Morse Lounge

On the first Friday of every month, graduate students of all faiths are invited to join their fellow students for dinner and socializing in the first-floor lounge of the Coleman-Morse Center at 6:15 p.m. Spouses and children are also encouraged to attend.  RSVP

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Lectures and Discussions
Mar 7

Staff Caregivers Support Group

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Location: 301 Coleman Morse

If you are a staff member currently caring for an aging parent, a spouse, or a child with special needs, you are welcome to join the Caregivers Support Group for staff. This group can offer the opportunity to connect with others, share information and struggles, and listen to how others deal with their situations. …

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Fellowship Groups
Mar 7

Iron Sharpens Iron Christian Fellowship

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Location: Coleman-Morse Center First-floor Student Lounge

Iron Sharpens Iron (ISI) is a community of Christians from all denominations who seek to grow deeper and stronger in their relationships with each other and with God through student-led worship, accountability and fellowship. Join us for this weekly praise and worship service. …

Read More about Iron Sharpens Iron Christian Fellowship