Every last Wednesday at 8PM the CSC is getting lit.
Ignite centers on a new theme each month to spark Adoration, Praise & Worship, Speaking, Silent Prayer, and Benediction by focusing on topics through the lens of the Catholic Church.

Contact Bryan for more info: beams@washucsc.org

The RCIA program takes place on Tuesday evenings at 7:00PM at the Catholic Student Center
Please email Jim Dryden for information: dryden@washucsc.org

All are Welcome!
RCIA is a process of study, exploration, faith-sharing, and faith formation with specific liturgical rites for seekers and inquirers.  The language used in the RCIA process is that of the early Church formation programs. Catechumens are those people who are seeking full initiation into the Catholic Church through all of the Sacraments of Initiation – Baptism, Eucharist and Confirmation. Candidates are people who have been baptized in a Christian tradition but are seeking initiation into the Catholic Church through Eucharist and Confirmation.

Visit this site from the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis for more information.

Bring a friend to 9pm Mass on January 20th.  Anyone is always welcome to bring a friend, of course, but this is our official Mass of Welcome!  We like to take one Sunday each year to intentionally invite anyone who has not been to Mass before or who has not been in a while, Catholic or not!

Monday, January 21 from 6:30-9pm. Looking for a way to get out into the community on the day off? Join Sean in going to serve on MLK day with the St. Louis Young Adult Ministry. Please RSVP a spot in the van by emailing orourke@washucsc.org.

Sunday, January 20 from 4 to 7pm. Join Sean and Cody in going to the South City Church where faith-led groups will be presenting on social justice issues and how to carry on MLK's legacy. Issues include unfair incarceration, immigration, and other policies relevant to STL citizens. Free food! Please let Cody know if you will attend and join us in the van by RSVPing to strolia@washucsc.org.

CSC Friends is delighted to announce that Fr. Thomas Nairn, O.F.M. Ph.D. will be our guest speaker at the Speakers Series sponsored by the CSC Friends on January 24, 2019 at 7 p.m. at the Catholic Student Center.  This topic may affect many of us who are or will be caregivers to loved ones and, certainly, of interest in the planning of our own end of life decisions.

Fr. Tom is a frequent presenter and lecturer about health care ethics to organizations in the United States and abroad. He has also published articles about medical ethics in a variety of publications. He has a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago Divinity School. Currently, he is the Provincial Minister for the Franciscan Province of the Sacred Heart. Many of us know Fr. Tom as a frequent celebrant at the CSC.

The CSC Friends is an organization open to all Catholic Student Center adult participants. Its’ goal is to provide Spiritual, Social, Service and Enrichment opportunities and events to members of the community.