Thursday Mass at Founders Hall (October 1, 2009)

Thursday Mass, Founders Hall, October 1, 2009

Approximately 25 students, faculty and staff gathered in Founders Hall to celebrate the memorial of St. Thérèse of Lisieux with the Casa María Marianist community for the weekly Thursday evening Mass at Founders Hall.

Experiencing a measured indoor humidity of 70 percent and temperature of 78 degrees, the congregation celebrated Mass with songs in English and Spanish, along with a communion hymn—God is Love (Mondoy)—set to a tune written by Hawaiian Queen Lydia Lili‘uokalani (O Makalapua) led by two Marianist ‘ukulele players.

Focusing on St. Thérèse’s “Little Way,” this week’s presider, Rev. Tim Dwyer, preached about how doing the “little things” with love and kindness toward one another can help us recognize that “the Reign of God is at hand” (Luke 10:11).

Approximately 25 students, faculty and staff gathered in Founders Hall to celebrate the memorial of St. Thérèse of Lisieux with the Casa María Marianist community for the weekly Thursday evening Mass at Founders Hall.
Experiencing a measured indoor humidity of 70 percent and temperature of 78 degrees, the congregation celebrated Mass with songs in English, Spanish, along with a communion hymn—God is Love (Mondoy)—set to a tune written by Hawaiian Queen Lydia Lili‘uokalani (O Makalapua) led by two Marianist ‘ukulele players.
Focusing on St. Thérèse’s “Little Way,” this week’s presider, Rev. Tim Dwyer, preached about how doing the “little things” with love and kindness toward one another can help us recognize that “the Reign of God is at hand” (Luke 10:11).
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