April 6th | 6pm | St. Stephen's Chaplaincy
Join us for a short service and a meal together as we explore Jesus' words after raising Lazarus from the dead: 'I am the resurrection and the life.'
29th & 30th March | 10am - 4pm | The Quad
Join us at the Paradoxology Tent (from Electric Picnic) at Mind•Body•Soul in the Quad behind the Student Centre! We'll have free tea, coffee and cookies as well as spirituality installations and conversations starters for those who want to talk about life, love, faith and meaning (42).
3 April 2017 | 1pm | Science Centre East
UCD Chaplain and Internet aficionado, Scott Evans, will be speaking about the incredible opportunities, the cultural shifts and the subtle dangers of the digital age. While conversations about the Internet can describe it as everything from the saviour of humanity to the end of civilisation, Scott will be walking us through the new normal and how to maintain our mental and emotional health in this new space. All are welcome - refreshments will be provided.
8 March 2017 | 7pm | J308, Newman Building
Lucia Mariani and Andrew Larkin will play Mozart's sonata for violin and piano, opus K304. An insightful and spiritual interpretation of this piece, by Luigi Giussani (Founder of Communion and Liberation) will be read by Maria Martin by way of introduction. 'Pasta fredda' will be served afterwards at St. Stephen's chaplaincy. All are welcome.
9 March 2017 | 4-6pm | St. Stephen's Church
Join students from different faiths, backgrounds and denominations as we discuss what our faith traditions have taught us about the meaning of life and how we find it. As always, in an atmosphere of mutual respect and regard, we share what wisdom and understanding we have from our various faith (and non-faith) perspectives on this crucial topic: What's it all about? What meaning do we ascribe to our human existence All are welcome! Teas and scones part of the programme!
Starting 2 March 2017 | 2-3pm | St. Stephen's Church
Join chaplains and other students to watch 'Nua', an 8 part film series about Christianity, over 8 weeks. A great way to make friends, find community, discuss faith and fill your belly with tea, coffee and biscuits.
1 February 2017 | 6pm | St. Stephen's Chaplaincy
Many Christians have inherited the historic divisions between the Christian churches, without fully understanding them. Gillian and Leon will together offer a brief overview of the origins of these divisions and recent attempts to heal them. There will be time for questions and comments from the floor. All are welcome.
22 January 2017 | Mass at 9pm | St. Stephen's Chaplaincy
Student Mass at St. Stephen's recommences this coming Sunday, 9pm. All welcome.
Music provided by students of Notre Dame University.
Nice way to ease your way back into semester 2b!
Join other conversation PHD Students for conversation and support.
16 January 2017 | 1-2pm | St. Stephen's Chaplaincy
It is time to make those New Years resolutions! Not the gym, eat healthier type, the PhD resolutions! Colleen Doyle will leading a mini-workshop to jump start those PhD goals for 2017 on Monday at 1pm. Bring your lunch and there will be tea and goodies.
Feast of the Epiphany
6 January 2017 | Mass at 1.05pm | UCD Belfield Church
Stressed by exams?
Need to chill out, relax, chat over a cuppa...?
Why not drop in to St. Stephen's chaplaincy, 10.30am - 12noon, Monday to Friday during the exam period?
November 24th | 4pm - 5:30pm | St. Stephen’s Chaplaincy
The origin of Thanksgiving Day is disputed, but many agree that this harvest festival goes back to the 16th century when migrants, after long and hazardous journeys, thanked God for bringing them safely to 'the promised land'. Thanksgiving Day, therefore, suggests the theme of movement and of migration and God's Providential care along the way.
We take a moment of reflection, then, at this Interfaith gathering, to consider how we experience God's guiding hand in our own lives, in its joys and sufferings, its hopes and disappointments.
November 3rd | 4pm - 5:30pm | St. Stephen's Chaplaincy
Human suffering is the great enigma, especially for those who believe in a Creator who is all good and all loving. How do we make sense of human suffering? What does our faith - whatever our faith is - say about this?
As always at these interfaith gatherings, we will approach the issue of human suffering in a spirit of open and generous sharing of the wisdom of our respective traditions. It is not about debating or arguing but rather about listening respectively to each one's perspective and offering our own as a gift to the other.
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