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Advent Devotional 10 – 2020

Today’s reflection comes from the kind and dedicated Gabe Gutiérrez.  Gabe serves as the Director of Campus Ministry for TCU Catholic. Gabe is from Arlington, TX, where he lives with his wife and four children. He loves God, his family, and the Texas Rangers. Reading: John 3:16 For God so loved the world that he gave… Read more »

Lenten Devotional 3/28/2019

Today’s reflection comes from David Abshire, Residence Hall Director for Samuelson and Carter Halls.  I love seeing David on campus because he always greets me with abounding enthusiasm.  He values supporting students on the margins, and this is evident in the way he treats every person he encounters with dignity. Reading:  “He has told you,… Read more »

Lenten Devotional 3/26/2019

Today’s reflection comes to us from Dr. Charlotte Hogg, a professor in the TCU English Department.  I had the privilege of taking a creative non-fiction writing class from her many moons ago.  She is wise and funny, creative and kind; I’m honored to share her words with you this morning.  Reading: “Day by day Day… Read more »

Advent Devotional 12/7

An Advent Devotional, by Fr. James Wilcox   Advent offers a time special to all people.  We all have an inner longing.  Whether we are Catholic, Jewish, Agnostic, Muslim, or Protestant, we all experience the inner longing for that which no greater can be envisaged.  Taking time to consider and ponder on God and the… Read more »

Advent Devotional 12/4

An Advent Devotional, By: Ellen Broom   May God, the source of hope, fill you with all joy and peace by means of your faith in Him, so that your hope will continue to grow by the power of the Holy Spirit. Romans 15:13 Life can become pretty challenging at times, and having faith can… Read more »

A note to TCU graduates from Religious and Spiritual Life

Dear graduating seniors,
You are about to take a big step. Transitioning from college to the rest of life is a step you will treasure, remember, and look back on for years to come. It is a step that takes courage, hope, and faith. As you take this step, know that your TCU family goes with you. We will hold you closely in our prayers and cheer you on as you enter new adventures.

Join Us for a Farewell Reception for Fr. Charlie Calabrese

Dear Campus Community,   Over 30 Years ago on October 15th, 1984, Father Charlie Calabrese began working as the Catholic Campus Minister appointed by the Diocese of Fort Worth. Through the years he has shared an inspiring and important ministry of compassionate support and humble service, not not to TCU’s Catholic Community, but to multiple… Read more »

Spring Break 2015

While Spring Break is usually a time of relaxation and vacation, some of our frogs went all around the world this Spring Break for service! We are so proud of the work they did and the part they are doing to better our global community! Way to go frogs! Here are where some of our… Read more »

Faith Acts Day 4: NOAH & Oasis Center By: Abby Henegar & Tori England

We started off our day with speaking to Mike Hodge, the founder of Nashville Organized for Action & Hope (aka. NOAH). NOAH strives for ethical equality by engaging each member in the community in the political and economic decisions affecting their lives. Mike’s aim is to build a powerful citywide social justice organization that focuses… Read more »

Day 2- Tuesday By Jelene Wong and Brenda Mapel

We started the day visiting Vanderbilt Divinity School. We took a short tour of the campus and then sat in on a class, Constructive Christian Theology II. Later we visited with Katherine Smith, the assistant dean of admission, vocation, and stewardship at Vanderbilt Divinity. We spent the majority of the time discussing how social justice is… Read more »