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NU Life
NU Life Wednesday Nights

Pro-Life Updated, Upgraded and Uplifting
Reversing the Pro-Life Image Problem

       It seems like it was easy to be pro-life back in high school. Especially if you went to Catholic school you had friends who agreed with you. Not anymore. To even hint that you don't support abortion is grounds for shaming and exclusion. Professors may openly mock pro-life positions. Media ignores the March for Life and paints those who defend life as extremists. Can we agree? Pro-life people sometimes play into these stereotypes. Join us for a special NU Life hosted by our newly re-established Pro-Life committee. Our goal is to rethink the way we defend life. Our position remains the same: every life deserves a chance. But our approach is different. We want to shed light not heat and avoid condemnation, winning others by inspiration.

Wednesday, Feb. 3rd,
7:30 pm at the Catholic Center

Mercy Inc.
Feb. 5-7th in Kennebunk, Maine

         College isn’t always the most merciful place. Pope Francis has declared this year a Year of Mercy, so we join our invitation with his. This retreat, come and encounter the Lord and allow His mercy to transform us so that we may become “Merciful Like the Father.”
          Please pick up a Mercy Inc. Retreat registration form at the Catholic Center, 68 St. Stephen Street, fill out and remove the bottom portion, and put it and your deposit in an envelope with your name on it. Leave this with a campus minister or drop it in the retreat folder on the CC second floor. Keep the top part of the form as a reminder.As the retreat draws nearer, you’ll be contacted with the exact times.
         $80 retreat cost covers all expenses for the weekend: food, lodging, and bus transportation, etc. Please note that $10 is non-refundable. Online Registration is available here!
         Bring a snack to share, warm clothes, a Bible, and anything else that helps you pray.

For more info contact Craig Martland or Alyssa Bezreh

CCNU-HUB Spring Retreat 2016
February 5th to the 7th
Applications are due January 31, 2016
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From the Church that brought you Christmas, we're happy to roll out another Catholic classic. Snear at the fear and loathing of lent! Dance and sing to one last fling with chocolate, sweets and other yummy eats. Celebrate Fat Tuesday as a welcome bit of fun before Ash Wednesday has begun.

Tuesday, Feb. 9th, 7 pm
at the Catholic Center

Service
Service Opportunities

CC Service
Each month we be go out across Boston to serve, in various ways, the poor, homeless and elderly of the city. What a blessing to share the gifts we've been given at a time when many are suffering from insufficient shelter, food and clothing. We'll be doing more this fall so keep in touch and we'll let you know what we're planning. We love service! Come find out why.

Our next Service Saturday is Feb. 20th
For more information contact us

 

Our Bible Studies are convenient, on-campus spiritual boosters to get you through the week. Get more out of the Bible with these student-led studies that enable you to pray through scriptures and discover what God is saying to you. Make a little time for faith in the crazy crunch of school.

See the HUB Updates for more info (right)

SPRING HOURS

The Catholic Center is a great place to study or just unwind between classes. We have two kitchens for heating up lunch or unleashing your inner pastry chef. We're here to serve. Stop on by and say 'hi!'

Monday Open: 11 am to 9 pm
(Womens Group at 7:30 pm)

Tuesday Open: 11 am, Close: 9 pm

Wednesday Open: 11 am to 9 pm
(NU Life at 7:30pm)

Thursday Open: 11 am, Close: 9 pm

Friday Open: 11 am, Close: 5 pm

Saturday Closed

Sunday Open: 11 am, Close: 4 pm


Important: If you're a NEW STUDENT visiting from out of town and would like to see the CC, contact us and we'll arrange a time to show you around.

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