Mission Week 2023, following the theme of “Act with Kindness,” runs through Saturday, Feb. 11.
When St. Ignatius wrote letters of instruction, he often asked those that he wrote to to be considerate and kind. He and the first companions created the Society of Jesus to take God’s ministry out into the world. By empowering others to “go, set the world on fire,” he ignited a movement that, over 500 years later, has global reach and impact.
During this week, consider taking action by attending one of the many Mission Week offerings. Whether it be opportunities to listen to inspirational speakers, participate in service, pray, worship or reflect and take time for silence each day.
View the full schedule of events here.
Schedule of events
Wednesday, Feb. 8
9 a.m. — One Thing Led to Another, Lunda Room, AMU 227
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs and the Faber Center invite you to hear the intriguing research and academic vocation journeys of our faculty and staff.
The event will feature three guest panelists:
- Dr. Alexandra Kriofske-Mainella, assistant professor, Counselor Education, College of Education
- Dr. Grant Silva, associate professor, Philosophy
- Dr. Nathan Hammons, clinical associate professor and director of the Law and Entrepreneurship Clinic
Noon — Soup with Substance with guest Molly Burhans, Lunda Room, AMU 227, FREE LUNCH
Noon — Mass at St. Joan of Arc Chapel
3:30 p.m. — Human Libraries, AMU Ballrooms.
7:30 p.m. — Ignite, Lunda Room, AMU 227