Second Sunday, 10/9
Second Sunday is a community circle that gathers on the second Sunday of each month.
We reflect on the Sunday gospel and nourish one another’s lives with this sharing. We share bread and wine and lift up the prayers of all gathered and concerns for the world.
Following, we drink coffee and enjoy treats. All are welcome and invited to come when you can. The group is a new blessing each month.
When: Second Sunday of each month, 10 a.m.
Where: Carondelet Center , 1890 Randolph, St. Paul
Contact: Therese Sherlock, CSJ, 651-690-7011
11th Day Prayer for Peace, 10/11
6:30 – 7:15 p.m. at Our Lady of the Presentation Chapel, 1890 Randolph Avenue, Saint Paul
This month we pray for peace and restorative justice within the criminal justice system and our communities. Mary Johnson will reflect on how she has chosen to seek healing through a restorative justice response. She facilitates healing groups for people on both sides of homicide.
Prepared by: The CSJ Criminal Justice Working Group of the Justice Commission.
The CSJ Way: Community, Spirituality and Justice
Exploring Unity in Justice, 10/15
An information session about the Sisters of St. Joseph, Consociates, Friends of St Joseph and other ways of associating.
“We are an energetic, contemporary community steeped I spirituality and justice. Always looking to welcome others, we provide a wide range of opportunities for deeper connection and growth including participation in great programs and volunteer opportunities or for connecting as a program participant, volunteer, donor, Consociate, Sister, Friend, St. Joseph Worker community, and/or other ways of associating. Join this movement!”
The Food We Eat, The Care We feed Others, 10/19
With Winona LaDuke and Sarah Collins
They will empower each of us with real world solutions for food.
Wednesday, October 19 5-8:30 p.m.
Summit Brewing Company, 910 Montreal Cir, St Paul, MN
Register and/or make a secure donation at www.sustainablenorthland.org
This event is co-sponsored by Earth Partners, a CSJ Justice Working Group.
Your Values-Your Legacy-Your Money, 10/19
6:30-8:30 p.m. at Carondelet Center, 1890 Randolph, St. Paul
The Consociate Financial Circle invites you for an eye-opening and heart-warming evening.
Three St Catherine University alumnae, Mary B. Bennett, Patricia A. Parrell, and Mary E. Stearen will address: How do we become more aware and knowledgeable in using money as a resource for good? These amazing women will speak to “all levels” of wealth and philanthropy for those who take the Beatitudes to heart!
All are welcome. RSVP to Joan Pauly Schneider at 651-6907063.
CSJ Tea with Sarah Collins, 10/20
9:00-10:30 a.m., Room G-1, Carondelet Center
Sarah Collins is an internationally acclaimed inventor of the Wonderbag, a non-electric, heat retention cooker, and she’s a women’s advocate. Sarah will discuss with us the issue of empowering impoverished women worldwide to overcome adversity while combating climate change! We will also get a taste of what you can cook with this non-energy using, portable slow cooker.
This event is free and open to the public. Feel free to invite your family and friends.
Myser Award and Lecture, 10/20
“Working for Environmental Justice: What Love Looks Like in Public,” Dr. Schrader-Fechette: scholar, author, advocate for environmental justice in the spirit of Pope Francis’ encyclical, Laudato Si.
It is free, but registration and free ticket are required: Thursday, October 20, 7 p.m. Contact O’Shaughnessy Auditorium at 651-690-6700 or oshag.stkate.edu.
Fall Conference, 10/28-29
“What difference do women’s voices make in interpreting the meaning of Jesus Christ today?” Elizabeth Johnson. CSJ, and other theologians will speak “with fresh theological perspectives on Christology.”
Thursday, Oct. 28, 7-9 p.m. at St. Catherine’s O’Shaughnessy Auditorium. Cost $15.
St. Catherine’s ticket office at 651-690-6700.
Friday, Oct. 29, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Carondelet Center. Cost $55, lunch included.
For October 29 call Wisdom Ways at Carondelet Center at 651-696-2788 and you pay to Wisdom Ways.