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Easter Season and End of Semester Events:
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+ "Take Back the Night" this Friday
Join us this Friday for Take Back the Night, a march, rally and speak out to support survivors of domestic violence in our community. This Wednesday at Soup Supper we will be making signs to carry during the march and at the rally on Friday. The march from Cornell will start at 6:30pm in Ho Plaza and will end at DeWitt Park at 7pm where the event is taking place. For more info e-mail Andrew at alb398@cornell.edu.

+ End of Year Community Picnic
All are invited to our end-of-year picnic which will take place in the Arts Quad following the 10:30 a.m. mass next Sunday, April 27th. We'll have games, lots of food, and even tie dying of t-shirts! Feel free to bring your own shirt to tie-dye! We are also encouraging permanent local residents, staff and faculty of Cornell to bring either a salad or side dish. Students are encouraged to bring a beverage or desert. If you would like to help by bringing an item please e-mail Ali at anb54@cornell.edu.

+ Solitary Confinement Bakesale
Next week we will be tabling for solitary confinement awareness and having a bake sale to raise money for the Durland Alternatives Library which provides books to prisoners. If you'd like to help bake some cookies or table during Tuesday and Wednesday, email Andrew at alb398@cornell.edu.

+ End of Year St. Francis Farm Trip
Exhausted from the academic year? We have a couple spots open on our St. Francis Farm trip from May 19 to May 23. Join us for a week of rewarding farm work, reflective time in nature and conversations around simple living and alternatives to our consumer society. Contact Andrew at alb398@cornell.edu to sign up! For more info about the St. Francis Farm you can go to http://www.stfrancisfarm.org/Volunteers.html.

+ Student Performances
Come support some of our student leaders this weekend!! There are a number of shows going on, and a group of students from Cornell Catholic will be attending! A new original musical, a re-imagining of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, will be performed April 24th at 7:30 p.m., April 25th at 7:30 p.m. and April 26th at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. All performances will be in the Class of '56 Flexible Theatre. Contact Chisom Awachie at coa9@cornell.edu for tickets or more info. Anything Goes will also present "Anything Goes... but first let me take a selfie". The performances will be April 25th at 8 p.m. in Barnes Hall and April 26th and 4 and 8 p.m. at the Cornell Cinema. Contact Peter Csernica at pmc83@cornell.edu for tickets or more info!

+ Theology on Tap "Discernment" Discussion
We will have our 2nd Theology on Tap Wednesday, April 30th at 8:30 p.m. in the Bear's Den Pub. Sister Donna, the director of vocations for the Sisters of St. Joseph of Rochester, will be speaking on discernment. Appetizers will be provided! You don't have to be 21 to attend- everyone is welcome! E-mail Ali at anb54@cornell.edu with any questions.

+ Easter Bulletin Corrections
Just a note that we have weekly mass on Mondays at 12:20 p.m. not Tuesdays.
Also, the correct rosary group times are the following:
COMMUNITY ROSARY GROUP: Saturday at 6 p.m. (Blessed Sacrament Chapel of Anabel Taylor Hall Rm 227)
OTHER ROSARY TIMES: Sundays at 10:30 p.m. (Sage Chapel), Monday 1:00 p.m. (ATH Chapel- Rm 112), Tuesday 11:15 a.m. and 6 p.m. , Thursday 11:15 a.m. , Friday 3 p.m. (all in ATH BSC- Rm 227)

+ Senior Dinner -- March 20th
All graduating seniors are invited to join us for our third annual senior dinner at Joe's Restaurant. Join fellow graduating students and the ministry team of the Catholic Community for a night of reflection and community. The dinner will take place on Tues, May 20th at 6pm and will be covered by the CCC. For more info or to rsvp please e-mail Joe at jem479@cornell.edu.

+ Graduation Masses and Reception
Join us for our graduation Masses on Sat, May 24th at 4pm and Sun, May 25th at 8am in the ATH Auditorium. Following our Saturday Mass we will have small reception and gathering for seniors and their families in the One World Room of Anabel Taylor Hall. For more info e-mail Joe at jem479@cornell.edu.

+ Rosary Prayer for Korean Ferry Victims and Survivors
The Korean Catholic Community is organizing a rosary prayer on Thursday night for the victims, survivors, and families of the South Korean Ferry accident. For more details about the event please e-mail Andy Kim at shk62@cornell.edu.

+ Bring Your Rice Bowls to Mass this Weekend
Don't forget to bring your CRS ricebowls back if you took one during Lent and filled it with loose change. For more info e-mail Joe at jem479@cornell.edu. 

Spring 2014 Mass Schedule: 

  • Sundays:  10:30am and 9:30pm at Sage Chapel
  • Mondays: 12:20pm in ATH Chapel
  • Wednesdays: 5:15pm in ATH Chapel

 

For a comprehensive list of Sunday Mass times at nearby parishes please go to http://www.cornellcatholic.org/cocaco/index.cfm/sacraments-worship/sunday-mass-times-at-local-area-parishes/.  

Today's Readings — The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) website Daily Mass Readings provides the reading for the day and links to download podcasts via iTunes or other audio file formats.

 

 

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