This year Earth Day falls on Good Friday. During our Penitential Service, we will examine our consciences about how we may have contributed to the suffering of God’s Creation. We will reflect upon our answer today to Jesus’ question, “Who is your neighbor?” We have an opportunity to repent of our environmental sins, ones we have been considering during the course of reading our weekly Lent 4.5 pamphlets. We will praise God’s abundant mercy.
Before the interview, select your outfit. Depending on the industry and position, get out your best suit and check it over for spots and wrinkles. Even if the company has a casual environment, you don't want to look like you slept in your clothes. Above all, dress for confidence.
STARTS: Friday, March 4, 2011 at 4:00 PM ENDS: Friday, March 4, 2011 at 8:00 PM
5401 S. Cornell Ave., Chicago, 60615 (see map)
The Student Representative Council welcomes the CTU community to come together to share our cultures through cuisine, song, and story. Bring a favorite traditional dish to share the flavor of your heritage (about enough for 10 - 20 servings would be great.) Tell us a story or sing a beloved song - bless our ears with the sounds of your home place. Contributions are welcomed and encouraged!
Mary LaMont (M.A. Word and Worship concentration '92)
Basic approach to job search
There is one job for you
You can only have one job at a time
99 rejections are meaningless when you locate your one job
Finding a job is work
Must be approached with the same discipline as other work (papers, study)
Must expect to be discouraged but not to stop
Create a system
So many calls a day
So many letters a day
Approach the job search “out of the box”
The critical tools for any effective job search are the cover letter and the résumé. Here you will find tools to help you in the creation of your own résumé and cover letters.
STARTS: Thursday, May 12, 2011 at 7:30 PM ENDS: Thursday, May 12, 2011 at 9:00 PM
1100 E Hyde Park Blvd, Chicago, IL 60615-2810 (see map)
Sr. Mary Collins, O.S.B., Recipient, Doctorate in Theology, honoris causa
Rev. Thomas Coughlin, O.P. Miss., Recipient, Doctorate in Ministry, honoris causa
Mr. Harold Gershowitz, Recipient, Doctorate in Humane Letters, honoris causa
Parking is available on 5200 S. University Ave in the Church of Latter Days Saints parking lot.
The Student Handbook is a guide to life at Catholic Theological Union: your academic life, your spiritual life, and your life as a member of the diverse yet close-knit CTU community. Included in these pages are maps, policies, procedures, recommendations, and helpful hints that will orient you to graduate study and finding your way around the school, the Hyde Park neighborhood, and the City of Chicago. We hope you will find everything you need to make your time at CTU an enjoyable and profitable learning experience.