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|6:30 pm Apr 2nd||Maundy Thursday - Ecumenical Holy Week Observance Allee Chapel|
A gathering for Communion, Foot washing, and Tenebrae to commemorate Jesus' love, Last Supper, and experience of human fear amid his abandonment by his friends and disciples. Led by students, faculty, and staff. Service is open to everyone.
~ Sponsored by Spiritus/Chaplain & Spiritual Life
|11:15 am Apr 3rd||Meditation, Mindfulness & Mind-Body-Spirit Practices Allee Chapel|
|4:15 pm Apr 3rd||Ecumenical Good Friday Service Allee Chapel|
GOOD FRIDAY - April 3 @ 4:15 p.m. Allee Chapel
Recollection upon Divine self-emptying and suffering in solidarity with all who struggle or experience pain and loss.
~ Open to the public and led by students, faculty, and staff. Sponsored by Chaplain & Spiritual Life Office including Spiritus.
|6:30 pm Apr 13th||HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR LECTURE Hall-Perrine Room of Thomas Commons|
Holocaust survivor Renata Laxova will speak on campus Monday, April 13th at 6:30 p.m. in The Hall-Perrine Room of Thomas Commons. Renata was born in the Moravian City of Brno (now part of the Czech Republic) and is one of many children rescued by the Kindertransport which brought thousands of Jewish children to safety in Britain.
For more information go to: holocausteducate.org/event/renata-laxova-to-speak-for-2015-holocaust-remembrance-cornell-college-2/
~Sponsored by The Thaler Holocaust Committee and The Inter-Religious Council of Linn County of which The Cornell Chaplain & Spiritual Life Office is part.
|11:15 am Apr 17th||Meditation, Mindfulness & Mind-Body-Spirit Practices Allee Chapel|
|4:30 pm Apr 19th||Catholic Mass Allee Chapel|
Catholic Mass on campus! Everyone is welcomed!
|11:15 am Apr 24th||Meditation, Mindfulness & Mind-Body-Spirit Practices Allee Chapel|
|3:00 pm May 9th||Baccalaureate King Chapel|
This touching Cornell tradition features playful and meaningful words of gratitude by graduating seniors on behalf of their faculty, family, staff, and friends, as well as music by College organist Dr. Brett Wolgast, and inter-spiritual wisdom for the life journey which includes a message by College Chaplain Catherine Quehl-Engel. This optional event for graduating seniors and their loved ones lasts about an hour. Family and friends should arrive early as King Chapel typically fills for this event. In case of overflow, the ceremony will be shown live onscreen in nearby Law Hall, a fully accessible building.
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