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DePaul celebrates Mardi Gras and Ash Wednesday

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DePaul’s Meet Me at the Mission: Vincentian Heritage Initiative hosted a Mardi Gras with Vincentians event at the DePaul Vincentian Residence on Tuesday, March 5. Students were invited to have discussions, dinner and dessert with Vincentian brothers and priests to celebrate the holiday of Mardi Gras.

Meet Me at the Mission welcomed Father Ranjan Kumar Lima, a Vincentian priest from India. He spoke to students about how he decided to become a priest and the wild journey he took to get to where he is now. Following Ranjan’s talk, the feasting and conversing began as students and brothers co-mingled to learn new things and hear different perspectives about a wide variety of topics.

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On the morning of Ash Wednesday, DePaul’s University Ministry held multiple ecumenical worships and masses in the Loop and Lincoln Park campuses for students, faculty and anyone willing to join the DePaul communities in prayer services. Chaplain Tom Judge held mass at noon on the Loop Campus as he led members in prayer, read scripture and gave his blessings to each person by marking each forehead with a cross with ash.

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3 Responses to “DePaul celebrates Mardi Gras and Ash Wednesday”

  1. Fr. Pratap Chandra Misal, C. M. on March 12th, 2019 12:57 am

    Congrats Ranjan. Wish you all the best. Fr. Pratap.

  2. Praveen kumar on March 14th, 2019 1:50 am

    Good to hear great things about you friend. Congrats and get going further…

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