Lenten Lectio Divina

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This four-step process for being with Scripture in a prayerful manner includes: Reading (Lectio); Meditating (Meditatio); Praying (Oratio); and Contemplating (Contemplatio). With practice in this online group setting, you will easily find ways to incorporate this ritual into your private prayer life.

Holy Saturday Meditation

Carondelet Village Chapel 525 Fairview Ave S, St. Paul, MN

In the Christian liturgical tradition, Holy Saturday, the day between our commemoration of Jesus’ death and the celebration of his resurrection, is a day of emptiness, of great silence. We enter into that silence through our time of prayer which includes a short reading, two 25-minute sitting meditations, and walking meditation.

(Re)Discovering Beatrice Bruteau: Spiritual Revolutionary

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Theologian Beatrice Bruteau was a brilliant scholar in mathematics and philosophy, a dedicated contemplative thinker, and a student of evolution. In this two-module series, we will explore Beatrice’s amazing life, scholarship, and writings.

The Story of Plastic Screening

Carondelet Village Auditorium 525 Fairview Ave S, St. Paul, MN

The Story of Plastic reveals the ugly truth behind plastic pollution and the false solution of plastic recycling. From the extraction of fossil fuels and plastic disposal to the global resistance fighting back, this Emmy-award winning documentary depicts one of the world’s most pressing environmental issues.

Event Series Martha’s Table

Martha’s Table

Carondelet Center 1890 Randolph Avenue, Saint Paul, MN, United States

Join us every Thursday for Martha’s Table, hosted by Joan Mitchell, CSJ. This is a casual, drop-in gathering held  in the front reception room of Carondelet Center. All are warmly invited to join the interesting spiritual discussions.

(Re)Discovering Beatrice Bruteau: Spiritual Revolutionary

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Theologian Beatrice Bruteau was a brilliant scholar in mathematics and philosophy, a dedicated contemplative thinker, and a student of evolution. In this two-module series, we will explore Beatrice’s amazing life, scholarship, and writings.

Choosing Compassion Over Indifference

Whipple Federal Building 2 Federal Drive, Saint Paul, MN

The CSJ Justice Commission, in collaboration with the Basilica of St. Mary's, are co-hosting the April ICOM Vigil, featuring speeches and prayers from Bishop Joseph Williams, Catholic Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, Fr. Daniel Griffith, Rector of St. Mary's Basilica, and others.  

Community Connections

Administration Center 1884 Randoph, Saint Paul, MN, United States

An informal gathering for anyone who is interested in connecting with the CSJ Community. The schedule for the evening is 5:30-6pm: light supper/snacks, 6-7pm: reflection and sharing. If you have […]

Event Series Martha’s Table

Martha’s Table

Carondelet Center 1890 Randolph Avenue, Saint Paul, MN, United States

Join us every Thursday for Martha’s Table, hosted by Joan Mitchell, CSJ. This is a casual, drop-in gathering held  in the front reception room of Carondelet Center. All are warmly invited to join the interesting spiritual discussions.

Prayer for the Signs of the Times

Carondelet Village Chapel 525 Fairview Ave S, St. Paul, MN

Join us in this communal ritual with a process of sharing, reflecting, praying and discerning the particular signs of the times today. Drumming circle begins at 4:15pm; prayer at 4:30pm.

(Re)Discovering Beatrice Bruteau: Spiritual Revolutionary

Zoom

Theologian Beatrice Bruteau was a brilliant scholar in mathematics and philosophy, a dedicated contemplative thinker, and a student of evolution. In this two-module series, we will explore Beatrice’s amazing life, scholarship, and writings.

Day of Prayer & Action at the Capitol

Minnesota State Capitol 75 Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard, St Paul, MN, United States

Join the CSJ Justice Commission and the Joint Religious Legislative Coalition (JRLC) at Christ on Capitol Hill Lutheran Church for a morning of prayer, advocacy training and legislative visits.