All SAU students, faculty, and staff receive a copy of the Campus Ministry bulletin each week in their email inboxes. However, you can also keep up to date on the bulletin online, as well as see past issues from the current year. Know what's happening in Campus Ministry and at St. Ambrose throughout the year! Bulletin is updated in time for every weekend. Find the bulletin online here.
10:30am & 6:30pm
Monday and Friday - 12 Noon
Tuesday and Thursday - 4:30pm
Wednesday Mass and More - 9:15pm
NO CLASS, NO MASS - Please make note: If classes are cancelled on a Friday, there will be no 10:30am mass that following Sunday (such as Fall or Thanksgiving Break). Likewise, if classes are cancelled on a Monday, there will be no 6:30pm mass that preceeding Sunday (such as Labor Day or MLK Day). Exceptions will be posted.
Join us for the presentation of this year's Pacem in Terris "Peace on Earth" Award to Fr. Gustavo Gutiérrez Merino, O.P. Fr. Gutiérrez is regarded as one of the principle founders of liberation theology in Latin America, and his theology and reminder of the importance of the preferential option for the poor has had an impact across the globe. Most Reverend Martin Amos, Bishop of Davenport, will present the awart to Fr. Gutiérrez on Wednesday, September 28 at 6:30pm in Christ the King Chapel. This event is free and open to the public. All are welcome.
The Pacem in Terris Award is given to "honor a person for their achievements in peace and justice." It was begun by the Catholic Interracial Council of the Diocese of Davenport in 1963 in commemoration of the papal encyclical Pacem in Terris from Pope Saint John XXIII. The award's recipients include six Nobel Peace Prize winners and even a saint! Learn more about the Pacem in Terris Award here.
We now have the Campus Ministry Interest Survey available online. This is a great way to let us know that you're interested in learning more about some of the many events and activities that Campus Ministry has going on throughout the year. It's never to late to sign up, so check out the survey today!