Morning Psalms: Psalm 104; 149
Scripture Readings: Deuteronomy 1:1-8; 1 Timothy 6:6-21; Luke 14:12-24
STM Prayer Cycle: Patrick Howell SJ, William James, Faculty; Hannah Hochkeppel, Graduate assistant; Carol Worsham, student
Morning Psalms: Psalm 51; 148
Scripture Readings: Ruth 4:1-22; 1 Timothy 17-22(23-25); Luke 14:1-11
STM Prayer Cycle: The Roman Catholic Church, their students in our midst and Keith Duggan, their formation coordinator; Carol Scott-Kassner, Faculty; Eliacin Rosario-Cruz, Graduate assistant
Morning Psalms: Psalm 97; 147:12-20
Scripture Readings: Ruth 3:1-18; 1 Timothy 4:1-16; Luke 13:31-35
STM Prayer Cycle: The Presbyterian Church, their students among us and Scott Anderson, their formation coordinator; Melissa Smith, Graduate assistant; Laurie Mallett, student
Linking Liturgy and Learning: Centering Prayer: Thursday, 12:15 – 1:15 pm Hunthausen 160
“In Centering Prayer … little by little, we enter into prayer without intentionality except to consent.” ~Thomas Merton
Join your STM colleagues as we create space for contemplative prayer with one another. All are welcome. The room is open at 12:15 pm and we will be in prayer from 12:30-1:00pm.
Got questions? Want to lead? Contact Leigh Weber (weberL2@seattle.edu).
AFTERNOON PRAYER TODAY ~ 4:45 – 5:30 pm
The Chapel of St. Ignatius
Evening Prayer is the perfect way to gather your thoughts and center yourself before leaving campus for the evening’s activities or to gather yourself after the day’s work.
Plan now to join us!
Morning Psalms: Psalm 89:1-18; 147:1-11
Scripture Readings: Ruth 2:14-23; 1 Timothy 3:1-16; Luke 13:18-30
STM Prayer Cycle: Christology class taught by Mark Taylor; Simone Winston, staff; Kelly Carr, Graduate assistant; Charlotte Davenport, student
LINKING LITURGY AND LEARNING: SCRIPTURE STUDY TODAY. Hunthausen Hall 160; 12:15 – 1:15 pm.
Today we are look at the Scripture readings for next Sunday, May 25, Trinity Sunday, Holy Trinty Sunday, or the Solemnity of the Holy Trinity. Links to sites for Roman Catholic, Episcopal, and Protestant reading choices can be found here.