From All of The Mount

  • Feb 13

    Women’s Basketball at Franklin

    Women's Basketball on Feb 13, 2016 at 1:00 PM: Mt. St. Joseph, Franklin, Think Pink Game

    Full calendar and results on MSJSports.com

  • Feb 13

    Men’s Volleyball - Dominican (IL)

    Men's Volleyball on Feb 13, 2016 at 2:00 PM: Dominican (IL), Mount St. Joseph

    Full calendar and results on MSJSports.com

  • Feb 13

    Men’s Basketball at Franklin

    Men's Basketball on Feb 13, 2016 at 3:00 PM: Mt. St. Joseph, Franklin, Franklin Senior Day

    Full calendar and results on MSJSports.com

  • Feb 14

    MSJU Art & Design Faculty Exhibition Gallery Reception

    Studio San Giuseppe Art Gallery

  • Feb 14

    Mandala Opening Ceremony

    Studio San Giuseppe

    The Art & Design Department, the Art Education Association with the Student Government Association, and Studio San Giuseppe Art Gallery of Mount St. Joseph University are immensely excited to host the creation of the Chenrezig (Avalokiteshvara), the Bodhisattva of Compassion, Sand Mandala by the Monks of the Drepung Gomang Monastery in Studio San Giuseppe Art Gallery.

    This entire event is open to the public.

     

    See campus map at: http://www.msj.edu/contact/contact-us/campus-maps1/

     

    Parking is free and open except for all reserved spots.

     

    Tibetan sand painting is an ancient art form of Tibetan Buddhism.

    “Mandala” is a Sanskrit word meaning cosmogram or “world in harmony.” The sand mandala is carefully constructed from dyed sand particles as a vehicle to generate compassion, to realize the impermanence of reality, and to create a social/cosmic healing of the environment. The purpose of the construction of the Chenrezig (Avalokiteshvara), the Bodhisattva of Compassion, Mandala is to encourage every one of us to generate a compassionate heart for the benefit of all sentient beings. See http://www.gomang.org/chenrezig.html

    The Opening Ceremony for the mandala construction will take place at 4:00 p.m. on Sunday February 14, in Studio San Giuseppe Art Gallery, following the Reception of the MSJU Art & Design Faculty Exhibition. Geshe Lharampa Tsewang Thinley the tour leader, and the tour monks will chant powerful prayers for peace, prosperity, and healing in traditional overtones - the chant master intoning a full chord of three notes. Their chants will be accompanied by delicate hand gestures, cymbals, drums, horns, and flutes.

  • Feb 14

    RHC Meeting

    Wolverton Room, Seton Center

    Any student is welcome to join! Come check us out!

  • Feb 14

    Mass

    6th Floor Chapel

  • Feb 15

    Discovery Day

    University Theatre Lobby

    Spend a day with us and find out all the Mount has to offer. During Discovery Day you will attend a mock class, tour the campus, learn about financial aid and other support services, and have lunch with faculty and students.

    For more information about Discovery Day and to register online, visit http://www.msj.edu/discovery-day. Or call, (513) 244-4531 within Cincinnati or 1-800-654-9314, ext. 4531 from outside the Cincinnati area.

     
     
    Discovery Day is intended for high school students and their families.

  • Feb 15

    Sacred Sand Mandala

    Studio San Giuseppe

    The Art & Design Department, the Art Education Association with the Student Government Association, and Studio San Giuseppe Art Gallery of Mount St. Joseph University are immensely excited to host the creation of the Chenrezig (Avalokiteshvara), the Bodhisattva of Compassion, Sand Mandala by the Monks of the Drepung Gomang Monastery in Studio San Giuseppe Art Gallery.

     

    The monks will be working on the Mandala in the Gallery from 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. The monks will take lunch and dinner breaks.

     

    This entire event is open to the public.

     

    See campus map at: http://www.msj.edu/contact/contact-us/campus-maps1/

     

    Parking is free and open except for all reserved spots.

     

    Tibetan sand painting is an ancient art form of Tibetan Buddhism.

    “Mandala” is a Sanskrit word meaning cosmogram or “world in harmony.” The sand mandala is carefully constructed from dyed sand particles as a vehicle to generate compassion, to realize the impermanence of reality, and to create a social/cosmic healing of the environment. The purpose of the construction of the Chenrezig (Avalokiteshvara), the Bodhisattva of Compassion, Mandala is to encourage every one of us to generate a compassionate heart for the benefit of all sentient beings. See http://www.gomang.org/chenrezig.html

  • Feb 15

    Year of Mercy Faith Sharing Series

    Mater Dei Chapel

    “What a beautiful truth of faith this is for our lives: the mercy of God!”  Pope Francis

     

    Pope Francis has designated this year as a “Year of Mercy”.  There is much to contemplate when we think of God’s deep and unfailing mercy toward us. And then God’s call to us to extend that same kind and loving mercy toward others.

     

    Come to the Chapel at Noon for a prayer experience about the Mercy of God and his call for us to have  that same merciful heart when we encounter others in need.

     

    The session will last between 30-45 minutes.