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NU Life Wednesday Nights

One Million Souls Won
A Closer Look at the Miraculous Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

       The closer you look at the miraculous image of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the more you see. No human technology could produce it. No brushstroke is seen on the surface of the humble cloak, called a tilma, that bears it. In our Lady's eyes we discover a reflection of the people present when the image was first shown to a bishop and his secretary. The stars on the Lady's radiant robe are positioned to match the stellar pattern of the exact date she appeared to Juan Diego. And the Aztec symbolism contained in the image has converted millions. Our Lady did more to evangelize the Americas in three days than all others have done in three centuries. Are you ready to be rocked?

Wednesday, Dec. 6th, 7:30 pm at the Catholic Center

Christmas Party
Christmas Party

       Have you seen what Santa posted on Yuletube? The CC is having a Christmas Party on Thursday, December 8th. Come decorate a LIVE TREE, do egg-nog stands and take a few 'elfies with Santa's helpers. We'll sing carols and watch "Elf" or dance to Santa-groovy music. Classes are over. Come and celebrate a little.

Thursday Dec. 7th, 7 PM
at the Catholic Center

Great Pix and Great Licks!
It was a yum-fest most blest and yes, we got pictures! So if you already skipped town, don't be down because there's plenty of Turkey Day love to go around. Enjoy feasting on a few.

The Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception is coming. Join us at the Catholic Center on Friday, December 8th for Mass. Good prayer and a good break from campus crunch time. Hope to see you there.

Friday, December 8th,
4:30 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 Day is
Saturday Dec. 2nd. We're caroling at a senior center (if interested,
contact Riley Bannon
)or visiting the homeless with sandwiches: to help make them meet 12:30 at the CC.
For more information contact Riley Bannon or Tim Foley

FALL 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 5 pm

Tuesday Open: 11 am, Close: 9 pm

Wednesday Open: 11 am
Close: 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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CCNU Fall Retreat 2017: The Missing Peace

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)