5th Sunday of Easter (A) | May 10, 2020
Dear Students,

CONGRATULATIONS to all of our graduating seniors! I am sorry that we are not able to gather in person to celebrate as we all want to do. It's always a joy to be able to exchange hugs and well-wishes, share memories of our time together, and visit with family and friends to mark this very special occasion. Not being able to do this makes this time of joy somewhat bittersweet.

We are learning over the course of this pandemic just how much in our life is out of our control. In our gospel reading for this Sunday, the Apostles also found themselves faced with uncertainty about the future and the path God was laying before them. Thomas asks Christ, "How can we know the way?" Jesus calms their fears by reminding them that HE is the way, the truth and the life. That's the subject of our video reflection this week. May it be for you a message of peace.

In Christ's Peace,
Deacon Matt
This Sunday
Celebrating our Graduates!
This past Sunday we celebrated a Baccalaureate Mass for our graduating seniors, which was live streamed on our Facebook Page. If you missed it, you can view the Mass here . You can also click the link below to watch Deacon Matt's homily on our YouTube channel.
Join us for a "Virtual Senior Send-Off" this coming Monday, May 11, at 8:00 pm (the usual time of our Monday night Bible Study) on Zoom. We'll be sharing memories and giving words of congratulations and affection to our graduating seniors. All are welcome to participate.

Online Small Groups
We are happy to announce that our two on-line Bible study small groups plan on continuing to meet over the summer. Our Monday night group will not be meeting this week in lieu of our "Senior Send-Off." But please join with our Wednesday night Bible study group as they continue to examine St. Paul's letters to the Corinthians.

Catholic Campus Ministry at WCU
Deacon Matthew Newsome, MTh, campus minister