Students of Service
Get Involved through Campus Ministry's Center for Social Concern
If you keep up with the news, it's easy to get cynical and try to hide from the world. Faith calls us to the opposite response: hope and action. Feed the hungry. Shelter the homeless. Care for the sick. Tutor the kids who need help. Protect the vulnerable. Care for God's creation. Learn more about social problems. Lobby political and economic leaders to make positive changes. You can answer your call by getting involved in the upcoming CSC opportunities listed below or in the blue box to the left.
Latest News and Events
LA Breakout/ Immersion
If you are interested to hear more about our BreakOut/ Immersion trips, then check out this awesome blog at http://labreakout14.
Volunteer with other UD students to meet the needs of our Dayton community. Join the Center for Social Concern for service projects on Saturday March 22, 29, and April 12. Register online first and stop by Liberty Hall Rm. 107 to confirm. Questions? Contact Katie Penny at firstname.lastname@example.org.Top
8,000 Days on Death Row
Friday, March 14 (6 pm) Holy Angels Multi-Purpose Room
Come join us for a light supper of bread and soup followed by an information conversation with Joe D’Ambrosio and Father Neil Kookoothe; an innocent man and the priest who helped free him. RSVP Bob Stoughton at email@example.com or 937-229-5599.Top
Caring for all Life, All Through Life
Saturday, March 15 (8am-5:30pm) Kennedy Union
This annual Global Solidarity conference will focus on life’s issues through the lens of Catholic Social Teaching.
For more information and registration please go to: https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=12cb87 or call 937-224-3026.Top
Women's Issues Plunge
Saturday, March 15
The Women’s Issues Plunge will dive into social problems and solutions specific to women in Dayton and Miami Valley. Participants will hear from women who have overcome adversity, will visit social services aimed at helping women who are struggling and will discuss various ways to advocate for greater female equity in the are and in the world Come ready to learn. This experience is open to both men and women. Cost $15.
Miryam Award Ceremony
Tuesday, March 25 - 4:30 pm
To honor this year’s recipients; Shauna Adams and Shane White, and the others who were nominated for the 2014 Miryam Award, please join us in the Immaculate Conception Chapel for a prayer service at 4:30pm. The reception and award presentation will immediately follow in Chaminade Hall.
To RSVP for the reception, call Sue Terbay at 937-229-2524.Top
Campus Ministry Calendar
Here's what's coming up in all of Campus Ministry, including the service and justice programs sponsored by the Center for Social Concern.Top