Do We Lent?
Fast Food and Other
you've never done much for
lent you might wonder why we make ourselves chocolate-haters
for six plus weeks of the
already long winter months. Why do we deny ourselves
good things? Is God just a
big downer up there telling
us we can't enjoy a few simple pleasures? Before you
decide to mail it in for
this lent we hope you'll
join us for a NU Life specifically directed to answering
these questions. Sacrifice has
nothing to do with God not
wanting good things for us. It has everything to do
with our habit of putting good
things in the way of God.
When we set aside these pleasures for a time we find
ourselves so much more open to the
best thing of all - the love
and friendship of our God.
Mar. 4th, 2015
7:30 pm at the Catholic Center
Our next service day is Saturday, March 28th. Once again we'll go out into
fan out across the city to serve in various ways the poor, homeless and elderly
a blessing to share the gifts we've been given at a time when many are suffering
from insufficient shelter, food and clothing. We love service! Come find out
more information contact Ryan
Night to Shine!
Friday, March 20th the CC
will be hosting an
Open Mic Night. Please feel
free to share any talent you
may have. Spread your skill
and make some people laugh,
think, cry, dance, sing,
or take someone's breath
away. You may also want to
sit back and enjoy the night
by supporting your friends
Please contact Sarah or Carl with your
skill and approximately how long the performance
Lastly, food is always good and yummy so
feel free to show off some baking skills
or bring a snack to share. Doors will open at 7:00
Hope to see you all there!
Friday, March 20th 7:30 (doors open at
Men Origins: Prince of Peace
retreat has ended but the mission
say a heart-felt 'thank you'
to our heroic Directors Jany
Rudy and Ben Yeung as well
as their supporting Producers
Abbey Mahan, Christina Policastro
and Tom Hanson. A great weekend!
A great commission! Check in
with our Facebook
page to see pictures from
What a powerful experience! A crowd estimated at 650,000 was there. If you weren't
there, click here to
see what you missed!
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.
the HUB Updates for more info (right)
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.
11 am to 5 pm
Reopens at 7 pm; Close: 9 pm
Tuesday Open: 11 am, Close: 9 pm
Wednesday Open: 11 am
Close: 9 pm (NU Life meets at 7:30)
Thursday Open: 11 am, Close: 9 pm
Friday Open: 11 am, Close: 5 pm
Saturday: Closed, unless there's an event.
Sunday Open: 11 am, Close: 4 pm
Catholic Center at NU
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