Tuesday’s Mission Week events

Rev. Bishop Joseph Perry kicked off Mission Week 2024 at Sunday Mass at the Church of the Gesu. We were blessed to hear his homily and begin Mission Week on the right foot. During Bishop Perry’s homily, he expressed an insightful sentiment as we were reminded to Act with Faith today and every day.

“The best way to feel better about yourself is to find someone or something to help.”

Events will be held throughout the week as our campus community continues to Act with Faith.


Ignatian Peacemaking Lecture with Archbishop Emeritus Thomas Menamparampil, ODB | 3:30 p.m.

  • AMU Monaghan Ballrooms
  • Archbishop Menamparampil, S.D.B., is the former archbishop of Guwahati, India. In 2011, he was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for his work for peace among various ethnic groups in northeast India. In 2019, he was the recipient of the Ambassador for Peace Award by the International Human Rights Council. In 2020, he was awarded the Journalism Award by the Catholic Press Association of India for his thought-provoking writings over the years. His book “Values Must Come Alive!” guides readers through the labyrinth of worrying questions that have arisen in modern times related to the issues of moral principles, ethical norms, social codes and value systems amid bewildering cultural differences and infinitely varied contexts.


Global Jesuit Luncheon Takeout | Noon

  • Alumni Memorial Union Rotunda
  • Featured Restaurant: KT’s Wok, menu: Egg rolls and fried rice, vegetarian options available 

Opening the Archive with St. Charles Mission School | 7 p.m.

  • Monaghan Ballroom in Alumni Memorial Union
  • Join for a talk with Alex Gambacorta as she talks about her experience as Jesuit volunteer at St. Charles Mission School on the Apsáalooke Reservation in Pryor, Montana, and how she rekindled that relationship after returning to Marquette to earn her Master’s degree in English. 

10 p.m. Mass

  • St. Joan of Arc Chapel

View the rest of the week’s schedule online.