Nazareth Catholic Community

April 3, 2016 ~ 2nd Sunday of Easter

CHAPLAIN'S CHATTER: THOUGHTS, REFLECTIONS AND MUSINGS FROM THE CATHOLIC CHAPLAIN

Greetings Everyone,


TONIGHT at our 7:00PM Mass, our Easter celebration will continue when we will celebrate the sacraments of initiation for three members of our Catholic community.


Please join us as we celebrate the baptism of Leia Tijou and confirmations of Hailey Trippany and Tyler Moesle. May they continue to listen for God's voice in their hearts as they discern how they are being called to share their gifts and talents in service to others.


Easter Peace,

~ Jamie


Jamie R. Fazio, M.Div.

Catholic Chaplain

Nazareth College

THIS WEEK: William H. Shannon Chair in Catholic Studies Presents: Emmanuel Katongole

Reconciling Tenderness:

On Learning Mercy from God

April 7, 2016, 7:00PM
Forum, Otto A. Shults Community Center


Planting Tenderness:

Laudato Si and the Bethany Land Institute in Uganda

April 8, 2016, 1:30 PM

Linehan Chapel, Golisano Academic Center


“A Rwandan proverb says, ‘To go fast, walk alone. To go far, walk together.

’ When we learn how to slow down to make room for

walking together across divides, we become more Christian.”


Theologian, author, and lecturer Emmanuel Katongole is Associate Professor of Theology and Peace Studies and a member of the faculty of the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame. Born in Uganda, Katongole was ordained a Catholic priest in the Diocese of Mampala and earned a doctoral degree at the Catholic University of Louvain. After teaching at universities in Uganda and South Africa, he served for more than a decade as professor of theology and world Christianity at Duke Divinity School, where he co-founded and co-directed the school's Center for Reconciliation.


The titles of his most recent books—Stories from Bethany: On the Faces of the Church in Africa (2012); The Sacrifice of Africa: A Political Theology for Africa (2010); Mirror to the Church: Resurrecting Faith After Genocide in Rwanda, co-authored with Jonathan Wilson Hartgrove (2009); and Reconciling All Things: A Christian Vision for Justice, Peace and Healing, co-authored with Chris Rice (2008)—as well as the topics of his many scholarly and popular articles, reflect a wide range of research interests that include the Christian social imagination; politics and violence in Africa; Christian approaches to justice, peace, and reconciliation; and Catholicism in the global South.

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Intercollegiate Weekend Retreat!! Retreat in the Franciscan tradition at Mt. Irenaeus!

ONLY TWO SPACES LEFT!!


Friday, April 15 to Sunday, April 17

Join college students from all over western New York for a weekend retreat in the Franciscan tradition at Mt. Irenaeus.

Friday, April 15 (leave late afternoon) to
Sunday, April 17 (return around 4:00PM)


Mount Irenaeus is the retreat center for St. Bonaventure University. Once a semester, the students at St. Bonaventure invite students from other area colleges to an intercollegiate weekend.

Consider taking a break from the stress of the semester!
Cost is only $10.00 ~ Transportation provided
Space is limited to 6 Nazareth students!!!

Please email Jamie Fazio at jfazio1@naz.edu to sign up ASAP!

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May Service Retreat St. Francis Inn Monday, May 9 to Friday, May 13, 2016 ~ Philadelphia

Space is limited to 10! ONLY ONE SPACE LEFT!!!!


Dates: Monday, May 9 to Friday, May 13, 2016

(Starts the Monday after graduation)

ST. FRANCIS INN is Located in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia.


Space is limited to 10 participants for this retreat!
Cost $60.00 (partial scholarships available)

St. Francis Inn is a Catholic Franciscan community located in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia where they minister among the poor and homeless by means of a soup kitchen, a thrift shop and a woman's day center. They empower persons to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty, and to address structural injustice, by building relationships, respecting their human dignity, helping them restore hope in their lives, and by living simply among them.

Priority is given to those who have not visited the Inn before. Sponsored by the Nazareth College Catholic Community and the Center for Spirituality. All are welcome!


If you are interested, have questions or would like an application please RSVP below or e-mail Jamie Fazio, Catholic Chaplain at jfazio1@naz.edu

May Service Retreat St. Francis Inn

Monday, May 9th, 8am to Friday, May 13th, 9pm

2441 Kensington Avenue

Philadelphia, PA

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

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Are You Free on Wednesdays at 12:30? Come to Mass!

Every Wednesday, we will celebrate Mass at 12:30PM in Linehan Chapel. Don't worry, you have the time! This Mass is shorter than a Sunday Mass, only about 25 minutes! What a wonderful way to find balance and spiritual nourishment in the middle of your busy week!

Nazareth College Catholic Community

Sunday Mass 7:00PM
Wednesday Mass: 12:30PM
Gluten free hosts available upon request.
For the Sacrament of Reconciliation, please e-mail one of our priests to schedule an appointment.

Jamie R. Fazio, M.Div., Catholic Chaplain, Office: GAC 162

The Nazareth College Catholic Community is part of the Nazareth Center for Spirituality. All are always welcome!

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