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9:30am
Red Cross Blood Drive

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04/29/2021 - 9:30am to 4:30pm

Go to: redcrossblood.org and enter sponsor code: gosaints.

There are three ways to sign up.  All three will have the most current information on appointment availability:

$10 Gift Card for all donors between the ages of 16-24!

All students, employees and alumni are invited to schedule an appointment to participate in Carroll’s Blood Drive. 

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3:30pm
Earth Day Campus Cleanup

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04/29/2021 - 3:30pm to 5:00pm

Join us to clean up our campus! We will be picking up trash, sorting recycling, and other grounds beautification tasks!

Register Here

Sponsored by The Hunthausen Center For Peace And Justice

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6:30pm
Shellie's Pie Bingo

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04/29/2021 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm

Come on down to the Cube and let's play some Bingo to win a pie from Shellie's Country Cafe! Lots of fun!

Sponsored by CSA

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1610 N. Benton Ave
Helena, MT 59625
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7:00pm
Lecture: Faith and Reason

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04/29/2021 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm

On Thursday, April 29, Dr. Susan Bigelow Reynolds, assistant professor of Catholic Studies at the Candler School of Theology at Emory, will deliver Carroll College's Annual Faith and Reason Lecture, "The Church as a School of Solidarity."

Free and open to the public. Join us for this webinar on Zoom.

Co-sponsored by the Carroll College Office of Academic Affairs and the Schneller Endowed Professorship in Catholic Mission and Identity.


 

About Dr. Susan B. Reynolds

susan reynoldsDr. Susan Bigelow Reynolds is assistant professor of Catholic Studies at the Candler School of Theology at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. She is a Catholic theologian whose work examines the intersection of ecclesiology and lived Catholicism in contexts of diversity, marginality, and suffering.

Reynolds is currently working on the manuscript of her first monograph, An Ecclesiology of Solidarity: Ritual, Community, and the Future of the Catholic Parish, which constructs a practical-ethical vision of community rooted in the capacity of ritual practice to build bridges across difference. The project is based on seven years of ethnographic fieldwork work at a parish in Boston. Other areas of research include migration and parish life, popular liturgical practice, contextual and practical theologies, Latinx theologies, and motherhood and pregnancy loss.

Reynold's work has appeared in American Catholic StudiesNew Theology ReviewExchange, several edited volumes, and in popular venues including The Atlantic and America. (From the Candler School of Theology website)

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