FAITH

“Were not our hearts burning within us while he spoke to us on the way…” Luke 24:32

Join a Lenten Camino (small group)

Lent 2018: February 14-March 29

Students are warmly invited to participate in a Lenten Camino, a small group experience whose members meet weekly for one hour to connect in prayer, Ignatian reflection, and conversations on faith, community, and service. This Lent, join a community of peers encouraging one another in their relationship with Jesus.

Choose from one of the following groups:

Sundays8 pmSchroeder
Mondays5:45 pmHumphrey
 7 pmMcCormick
 7:15 pmStraz Tower
 7:30 pmGesu (Grad Students Only)
Tuesdays6:45 pmCarpenter Tower
 7 pmJuniors/Seniors
 8-9 pmGesu (Grad Students Only)
Thursdays7 pmCobeen

Interested students may join a Lenten Camino by contacting Steve Blaha at (414) 288-6873 by Friday, February 9th and indicating with which group they would like to connect.

Why “Camino”?

“Camino” is Spanish for journey, path, or way. A camino is an intentional journey or pilgrimage seeking a greater awareness of God’s active presence and offer of meaning for our lives. One of the most dramatic caminos is the Way of St. James, a hiking pilgrimage, found in Spain. Participating in this adventurous camino can be very fruitful for one’s faith. But it is not the only way to feed one’s faith. An adventurous journey with and towards God can happen any place and at any time because God joins us on each step of our life’s journey; God meets us on the way.

Like any journey, part of the gift comes from connecting with others taking a similar path.

Marquette’s Camino is a small group experience focused on building Christian community through the riches of Ignatian spirituality. At the center of this experience are opportunities to encounter Christ anew.


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