If the task of Christians is to seek the will of God and do it, then a foundational aspect of the will of God is to care for one another and to seek to establish solidarity with our neighbors.
Chapel- Lectio Divina
Join the Roberts and Northeastern Community in a virtual or in-person contemplative service.
Lectio Divina is a contemplative way of reading the Bible. It dates back to the early centuries of the Christian Church and was established as a monastic practice by Benedict in the 6th century. It is a way of praying the scriptures that leads us deeper into God’s word. We slow down. We read a short passage more than once. We chew it over slowly and carefully. We savor it. Scripture begins to speak to us in a new way. It speaks to us personally and aids that union we have with God through Christ who is himself the Living Word.
Roberts students must attend in person to receive credit. Students can gather at the Fireside Lounge on the second floor of the Library
Praying for Change
Watch this video from the Catholic Health Association of the United States. Through their content, they aim to extend Jesus' healing mission and empower bold change to elevate human flourishing.