Hi there <<First Name>>,

Happy New Year and welcome back to school! 
I invite you to join me this next Friday, January 24, at 7:00pm in Dixon Hall on campus to hear Immaculée Ilibagiza share her story of survival, forgiveness, faith and hope.  Immaculée is a survivor of the 1994 Rwandan Genocide––having spent several months hidden in a bathroom with 7 other women.  Her story is incredible, and I hope you can be there to hear it!  Just like last year's keynote with Dr. Scott Hahn, it's free for students, and open to the public at $10.00 general admission.  Get your tickets today.

Also, we're introducing some new classes and opportunities for learning. On Monday evenings, starting soon, we'll offer the Catholic Feminism course once again with Dr. Jennifer Miller.  In addition, the IKON Institute has started a second class, open for audit this semester.

Last, introducing "Catholic 101" for all those who are curious and want to know more about the faith.  Starting Thursday, January 23rd, from 8-9:30pm.  See below for more information!

As usual, our Adoration schedule (Sunday thru Thursday, 8-11pm) will start up this Sunday evening.

OK, that's enough for now.  Can't wait!

-Fr. Thomas Schaefgen, O.P.
Chaplain & Director



Get Tickets Now for Immaculée Ilibagiza at Tulane, Jan 24
On Friday, January 24, at 7pm in Dixon Hall at Tulane University, Tulane Catholic will host our second Annual Keynote featuring Immaculée Ilibagiza, survivor of the Rwandan Genocide and author of New York Times Bestseller Left to Tell: Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust.  Tickets on sale now, $10 general admission, free for students.  

Catholic 101 Course
Open to anyone curious about the Catholic faith, this 7 part course will travel through basic topics in Catholicism, such as: 1) the Church, 2) social justice, 3) sin, grace, virtue, 4) death, judgment, heaven and hell, 5) vocation, 6) evangelization and mission, 7) human sexuality.  The course meets on the following dates at 8-9:30pm, in the center: January 23, February 6, February 20, March 5, March 19, April 2, and April 15.

Catholic Feminism Course
Dr. Jennifer Miller, professor of moral theology at Notre Dame Seminary, will offer "Catholic Feminism" again this Spring 2020 for women interested.  Dr. Miller has offered this class for the past 3 years for many women.  She is currently doing research for a book on gender and sexuality––find out more at Register for the class or find out more online at  The class is open to any women––you do not need to be a Tulane student.  Mondays from 6-7:15pm.


See Our Online Calendar
Sunday Mass Schedule
(Spring 2020)
10:00am, 6:00pm
Adoration (Spring 2020)
Sunday-Thursday 8-11pm, in the chapel
Weekday Mass Schedule
(Spring 2020)
Mon, Wed, Fri - 12:00pm
Tues, Thurs - 12:30pm
Sunday Night Supper
(Spring 2020)
7:00pm following the 6:00pm Mass


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