Thursday, October 3, 2013

Lasallian Week of Peace events continue

Alum Mary Gleich talks about Target Corp. during the Week of Peace Symposium.
Catholic musician Sarah Hart
A Dine with the Divine topic on a Lake City Catholic Worker community.

Only a few days remain of Lasallian Week of Peace. This year’s theme is “Care for God’s Creation.”

Highlights of the week have included a concert with Catholic musician Sarah Hart, a presentation about the Lake City Catholic Worker community (the Jagerstatter Farm), and the Week of Peace Symposium, “Caring for the Environment in Our Professional and Personal Lives” featuring presenters from Gundersen Health Systems, J.R. Watkins, Hoch Orchard, The Blue Heron, Winona County, and others.

Events yet to come include:

Sunday, Oct. 6
Service opportunity at Jagerstatter Farm (11 a.m. to 4 p.m.). Connect back to the Monday night Dine with the Divine by helping out at Jagerstatter Farm.

All Week: 
Throughout the week there will be a table where you can contribute to a community mosaic project that depicts the beauty of our natural surroundings.

Prayer for Peace at the Peace Pole (12:35 p.m. daily in front of the chapel). Every day, following daily Mass, community members are invited to gather at the Peace Pole in front of Saint Thomas More Chapel for a brief prayer for peace and the care for God’s creation.