Mount St. Joseph University

From All of The Mount

  • Feb 21

    Interfaith Lenten Music

    Mater Dei Chapel

    Stop in anytime for as long as you'd like to spend some time in prayer through music.

    Optional reflection sheets & coloring pages provided.

  • Feb 21

    Healthy Hearts

  • Feb 21

    Career Fair Prep Workshop

    Corona Room

  • Feb 21

    In Her Shoes

    Clifford Room, Seton Center

    In Her Shoes is an interactive group program presented by Maria Thaman from Women Helping Women. College men and women will be given the opportunity to walk "in the shoes" of women experiencing forms of domestic and intimate partner violence. The program is designed to help students build empathy for survivors of various forms of violence.

    Students will begin to understand the stigma attached to domestic and sexual violence, the barriers individuals face when trying to seek support from the community, and the adversities of abusive relationships. Students will also have the opportunity to debrief about their thoughts and experiences with the program. This program was developed with input from countries around the world.

    Free pizza starting at 11:45 a.m. Attendees will have the chance to win gift cards!

  • Feb 21

    Memorial Prayer

    Mater Dei Chapel

    Please join us for a memorial prayer for those who died in the tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, as well as for our Mount Community and our world, that God will grace us with the courage to share compassion and goodness with all those we encounter each day.

  • Feb 21


    Bookstore Lobby, Harrington Center

    Sponsored by Group Fitness

  • Feb 21

    Get Organized While Writing

    Corona Room, Seton Center

    Presented by the Creative Writing Club

  • Feb 21

    Years of Living Dangerously - Season 2

    Recital Hall

    Presented by Mount St. Joseph University's Environmental Action Committee (EAC)

    Right here, Right Now: How Climate Change Impacts Us Today

    The impacts of climate disruption in the United States and around the world are clear, costly and widespread. Human action can reduce the toll of climate change, but every year of delay means higher costs and impacts.

    All screenings are free and open to the public. Please park in the West Parking Lot. If you have any questions, please contact Colleen McSwiggin at 513-244-4864 or

    February 21, 2018 --Part 4: “Fueling the Fire”

    • National Insecurity with Arnold Schwarzenegger
    • The Battle in the Forest with Gisele Bundchen
      • Executive producer Arnold Schwarzenegger sets out to explore the military’s relationship with a changing climate.  Supermodel and activist Gisele Bundchen travels to her home country of Brazil to explore the devastating decline of the country’s forests, much of which is caused by cattle ranching.

    February 28, 2018 --Part 5: “Collapse of the Oceans”

    March 7, 2018 --Part 6: “Priceless”


    March 21, 2018 --Part 7: “Safe Passage”

    March 28, 2018 --Part 8: “Uprising”

  • Feb 22

    (Baseball) Grove City vs. Mt. St. Joseph

    Baseball: (Baseball) Grove City vs. Mt. St. Joseph, UC Health Stadium (Florence, KY)

  • Feb 22


    Mater Dei Chapel