Public Events

Religious Studies Senior Theses Presentations

4/29/2016

2:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Presentation

Religious Studies Senior Seminar Presentations

Abbie Morin Performance

4/29/2016

8:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Performance

'If a fox appears to you in the wild, or perhaps in a dream, you might heed it as a sign to stray. To open your ears to mischief's rosy whisper, and run. In her mysterious collage of jangling cowgirl tunes and vivacious indie anthems, Abbie Morin has found a voice to answer the call.'Abbie Morin will be performing a solo set from her 2015 debut album, Shadowproof. A New Hampshire native, Abbie has recently returned to New England after a nationwide tour. She'll share her stories from her tour and discuss the barriers female performers face in the music industry. This event will be held from 8-9:30pm and is part of the CWG's ArtSpace Workshop Series.

May Day

5/1/2016

4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Social

Fields & Courtyards Dion Courtyard

The Student Labor Action Movement (SLAM) invites you to celebrate May Day. We will be recognizing fair labor practices, honoring workers at Saint Mike's, and remembering the history of May Day.

Guest Speaker: Christopher Ricks

5/4/2016

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Lecture/Speaker

Renowned British literary critic Christopher Ricks will give a talk on Bob Dylan. 7 pm, McCarthy Arts Center main stage. (Sponsored by the Lecture Series, the Humanities Program, and the English Department.)

Acabella's Spring Concert

5/5/2016

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Concert

Free & open to the public.

Guarding the Flame: Classic Automobiles and their Custodians

5/8/2016

7:00 PM - 8:45 PM
Film

The film being screened is the project of Saint MIchael's Media Studies, Journalism and Digital Arts seniors Sean Faust and Connor Vandagriff, both Californians with a true appreciation for classic cars. In Guarding the Flame, we will reveal and unravel the driving forces that influence and motivate modern day custodians of classic cars in the United States. This documentary film will shed light on the personal relationships between cars and their caretakers to preserve history in motion.

John Michael Talbot

5/9/2016

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Concert

John Michael Talbot - May 9 and 10, 2016Christian music legend, best-selling author and host of The Church Channel’s popular TV show “All Things Are Possible”, John Michael Talbot, is coming to the Chapel of St. Michael the Archangel for two special evenings, May 9 & 10, 2016. Each evening begins at 7:00 pm and includes an inspiring message and sacred music. Tickets are not required. A Love offering will be received each evening to support the ministries of John Michael Talbot and the Brothers and Sisters of Charity. Talbot’s ministry began over 35 years ago with a vision. “God gave me a vision of itinerant ministry walking on foot from parish to parish in a time of great need in our culture. I believe that our current ministry is fulfilling that vision. We are rebuilding the church one parish at a time, and renewing hearts one life at a time!” The path our Lord has guided John Michael on throughout his life has uniquely prepared him for this time in the Church. After responding to the Lord’s call, God used John Michael to bless millions of lives through his unique and multi-faceted ministry. John Michael Talbot is one of the pioneering artists of what has become known as Contemporary Christian Music. He is recognized as Catholic music's most popular artist with platinum sales and compositions published in hymnals throughout the world. A respected (and prolific) author, John Michael’s 28th book, “Monk Dynasty ” was published February, 2016. John Michael leads his very active ministry from the Little Portion Hermitage in Arkansas and St. Clare Monastery in Texas where he is the founder and Minister General of the Brothers and Sisters of Charity. His artistic and humanitarian efforts have been recognized with awards from the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, the Gospel Music Association, Mercy Corps and the Mother Teresa award. Today, John Michael Talbot is one of the most active evangelists traveling throughout the world inspiring and renewing the faith of Christians of all denominations through sacred music, inspired teaching and motivational speaking. John Michael, like a modern St. Francis, is rebuilding God’s Church “one parish at a time, and renewing hearts one life at a time.” For more information please visit: www.johnmichaeltalbot.com or www.facebook.com/johnmichaeltalbot

John Michael Talbot

5/10/2016

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Concert

John Michael Talbot - May 9 and 10, 2016Christian music legend, best-selling author and host of The Church Channel’s popular TV show “All Things Are Possible”, John Michael Talbot, is coming to the Chapel of St. Michael the Archangel for two special evenings, May 9 & 10, 2016. Each evening begins at 7:00 pm and includes an inspiring message and sacred music. Tickets are not required. A Love offering will be received each evening to support the ministries of John Michael Talbot and the Brothers and Sisters of Charity. Talbot’s ministry began over 35 years ago with a vision. “God gave me a vision of itinerant ministry walking on foot from parish to parish in a time of great need in our culture. I believe that our current ministry is fulfilling that vision. We are rebuilding the church one parish at a time, and renewing hearts one life at a time!” The path our Lord has guided John Michael on throughout his life has uniquely prepared him for this time in the Church. After responding to the Lord’s call, God used John Michael to bless millions of lives through his unique and multi-faceted ministry. John Michael Talbot is one of the pioneering artists of what has become known as Contemporary Christian Music. He is recognized as Catholic music's most popular artist with platinum sales and compositions published in hymnals throughout the world. A respected (and prolific) author, John Michael’s 28th book, “Monk Dynasty ” was published February, 2016. John Michael leads his very active ministry from the Little Portion Hermitage in Arkansas and St. Clare Monastery in Texas where he is the founder and Minister General of the Brothers and Sisters of Charity. His artistic and humanitarian efforts have been recognized with awards from the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, the Gospel Music Association, Mercy Corps and the Mother Teresa award. Today, John Michael Talbot is one of the most active evangelists traveling throughout the world inspiring and renewing the faith of Christians of all denominations through sacred music, inspired teaching and motivational speaking. John Michael, like a modern St. Francis, is rebuilding God’s Church “one parish at a time, and renewing hearts one life at a time.” For more information please visit: www.johnmichaeltalbot.com or www.facebook.com/johnmichaeltalbot

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