Mass Schedule for the Coming Weeks
This Friday (today), Governor Cooper's executive order goes into effect limiting indoor gatherings to no more than ten people. While religious services are exempt from this mandate, we do want to be extra-cautious about the potential spread of Covid-19 as we approach the end of the semester. Therefore we will be having Mass this Sunday outdoors, on the lawn of Hillside Grind. We hope you can join us for fellowship at the hot-dog cook-out after. This will be our final cook-out of the semester.
Due to the smaller number of students who will be staying on campus after in-person classes end on Nov. 20, we will be having Mass in our chapel on Sunday, Nov. 22 (the Solemnity of Christ the King).
Using our Talents for God
This Sunday we hear the parable of the Master who entrusts his servants with different amounts of talents and judges them based on whether they used those talents to the Master's benefit. A talent is a coin worth a great deal. It is also where we get our English word "talent," meaning a natural skill or inclination. We all have different God-given talents, and like the servants in the parable, we are called to use them well in the service of God. That's what we discuss in this week's video reflection.