CFJ Remote Engagement
Here you will find links to engage with the CFJ remotely as we are together this fall in a variety of ways:
BECOMING EVEN MORE ISOLATED: Mass Incarceration during Covid-19
The Color of COVID
Watch a recording of the livestream sponsored by Bellarmine and the Xavier Institute for Spirituality and Social Justice. Featuring moderator Dr. Adam Clark and panelists Rev. Damon Lynch, Iris Roley, and Rev. Nelson Pierce, this conversation addresses the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on the African American population.
In order to move Congress to positive action for those most affected by Covid-19, NETWORK Lobby is collecting student stories about the impacts of the pandemic -- whether you lost your job, moved out of campus housing, or struggle to find adequate medical care.
Ongoing and Always Available
Virtual Prayer Book
Our chaplains are available. This is a season of grief and trauma, of processing, of questions without answers that are hard to ask. Pastoral care in the CFJ is about accompaniment--we won’t answer your questions, but will walk with you. We seek to help you create and hold space, to be a non-anxious presence on your journey. We come from a variety of faith traditions, and with a variety of identities. We are available on the phone, via zoom, and sometimes even texting. Email Rev. Luke Hansen, SJ (Catholic), Colleen Ryan-Mayrand (Catholic), Rev. Nelson Pierce, Jr. (Protestant), Rev. Abby King-Kaiser (Protestant), Rabbi Jennifer Lewis (Jewish) and Tala Ali (Muslim). Reach out to us by email and remember that they entire CFJ staff is here to support you.
Bellarmine Chapel Mass Livestreamed
Bellarmine Chapel livestream, M-F at 5 pm and Sundays at 9 am
Musketeers Grieve Together
Visit the Facebook group started by the Xavier community to share stories, pictures, and memories of people lost during this time.
Check out prayer resources collected during this period of remote engagement.