Attn: Ladies! Sign up today!
*This is a retreat for college women*
Two Prep Days: Thursday and Friday, May 28 and 29: 5 - 6 pm **If you cannot make these preparation dates, videos will be sent so you can prepare on your own.
Daylong Retreat: Saturday, May 30: 9am - 7:30 pm
The daylong, virtual retreat will take place on Saturday. The two days leading up to it (Thursday and Friday), there will opportunities from 5 to 6 pm to prepare with guided times of prayer.
The retreat includes times of silent prayer, meditations guided by the chaplain, exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, and talks on applying Catholicism to a college woman’s daily life.
Participants are free to take part in as much of the retreat as they are able, but please fill out this form with your planned attendance so that we know who to expect. Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org for any further questions.
The retreat is conducted by priests of Opus Dei, a Personal Prelature of the Catholic Church which strives to provide people with the support they need to bring God into their daily lives and occupations.
Lessons after the Lockdown: Public Health, Economics, and the Common Good
Tuesday, June 2, 2020 from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM CDT
This event is free and open to the public. Online registration is required. Registrants will receive a link to the webinar via email.
After two months of lockdown, nations across Europe and parts of the US are relaxing restrictions and facing new challenges. Where do we stand economically and socially? How might we have better protected the medically and economically vulnerable? How should we view the lockdown with its costs and benefits ethically? Our earlier event on "The Economic Costs of the Pandemic: Catholic Social Teaching and Economics in Dialogue,” provoked lively reactions. This event will consider what the principles of the common good, human dignity, justice, and solidarity mean in our present circumstances and how they ought to inform our prudential judgement going forward. Join as a panel of economists, theologians, and ethicists discuss lessons learned in the pandemic.
A panel discussion with Kirk Doran (University of Notre Dame), Mary Hirschfeld (Villanova University), Paul McNelis, SJ, (Fordham University), and Daniel Sulmasy (Georgetown University), moderated by Joseph Capizzi (Catholic University of America).
Cosponsored by the Nova Forum at USC, America Media, CREDO, the Beatrice Institute, the Collegium Institute's Program on the Philosophy of Finance, the Saint Benedict Institute, the Institute for Faith and Culture, and the Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America
SAVE THE DATE! WEBINAR: Nicholas of Cusa
Thu, Jun 4 at 7:00pm CDT USC's own Professor David Albertson will offer an introduction to the lesser-known but rich life and thought of this great German personality. Click here for more info.
Ways to Serve this Summer
while staying safe!
All suggested service opportunities comply with social distancing and other healthcare requirements.
In this season of quarantine join us as we help the most vulnerable in our community. In the coming weeks, we will send other ways to help. You can still serve while you shelter in place!
If you have any questions please reach out to ushere.
Welcome to the Catholic Trojan Family!!!
2020-2021 FOCUS Missionaries - TEAM USC
Team Director: Katt Janelle
Owen Chase (Varsity Catholic)
Fran Pargett (Focus Greek)
Michal Sequeira (Varsity Catholic)
Sunday Mass @ 10am PDT
Daily Mass M-F @ 5:30pm PDT
Zoom Meeting ID: 337 494 4587
P.S. We're looking for VOLUNTEERS! If you're interested in lectoring or providing music for any of our online Masses, contact us!
Temporary Building Closure In an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Our Savior Parish & USC Caruso Catholic Center will be temporarily closed in compliance with the mandatory stay-at-home order until further notice.
If you have found spiritual encouragement from our community please consider making an offering. The USC Caruso Catholic Center relies on individual donations from supporters all over the country to fund Sunday Mass, spiritual programs for students, and for our operations. We humbly request that you consider giving us extra support during this time of crisis.