Free Ignite dinner commemorating Women’s History Month, March 23

An icon graphic representing A Culture of Inclusion from the Beyond Boundries Strategic PlanEnjoy a free delicious Chicago-style dinner hosted by Ignite on Wednesday, March 23, in the AMU’s Lunda Room. Join Ignite at 7:30 p.m. for “Women as Imago Dei: Empowering Women in the Church through Feminine Images of God,” with Dr. Karen Ross, visiting assistant professor of theology and MACD Program Director. This is part of the commemoration of Women’s History Month. 

Ignite offers Marquette students an inspiring experience of college community, Catholic faith and prayer truly welcoming all at Marquette. If you’re looking to connect with new people, explore living a faith that does justice, try something new or just be inspired, come to Ignite.  

This Ignite dinner will feature famous Chicago eats, with vegetarian options available. Limited seating is available. No RSVP is needed. 

Ignite runs from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. For more information, contact Steve Blaha, assistant director of Campus Ministry, at 

To view this livestreamed event, see the link in the Ignite Instagram bio.