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Eucharistic Adoration: Why Bother?

Eucharistic Adoration: Why Bother?

by: Fr Christopher M Saliga, OP Have you ever felt too busy to spend time with God in prayer?  If so, you are most certainly not alone.  Within the concise 10-week terms here at Dartmouth, the time line for “getting things done” challenges students, professors, and us chaplains alike to “stay on top of things.”  […]

All Saint’s Day Schedule at AQ

Mass Schedule for All Saint’s Day November 1, 2012 “Today we venerate this innumerable community of All Saints, who, through their different paths of life, show us the various ways to holiness, united by a common denominator: to follow Christ and conform ourselves to him, the ultimate goal of our alternating human events. All the […]

Welcome Home Alumni!

AQ Welcomes Home Alumni With joy we welcome you back to Aquinas House.  Stop by to see our improved Library (now cataloged for the first time!), updates to AQ Living Room, and to use our newly-donated PING-PONG table! We invite you to park at AQ for the weekend and join us for 3 pm BBQ […]

AQ Celebrates special Mass for Medical Students

AQ Celebrates special Mass for Medical Students

On October 18, 2012, the Feast of St. Luke, a Mass for Medical Professionals was celebrated here at Aquinas House with a special emphasis on the medical students at the Geisel School of Medicine. Grounded in both the Gospel and Dr. Edmund Pellegrino’s contributions on the principle of vulnerability, Fr. Christopher M. Saliga, O.P., R.N. […]

AQ & St. Kateri Tekakwitha

AQ & St. Kateri Tekakwitha

Aquinas House Goes on Pilgrimage to St. Kateri’s Tomb Aquinas House will celebrate the canonization of the first Native American Saint, by going on pilgrimage to the tomb of St. Kateri Tekakwitha outside of Montreal. Kateri is buried at the St. Francis Xavier Church in Kahnawake, Quebec (http://www.lily-of-the-mohawks.com/churchfort.htm .  On Sunday, we will attend Mass […]

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