Ready to get into the Christmas spirit? Join student life for some joyful festivities! Bring your Christmas knowledge and spread your Christmas cheer with carols!

Zoom link: https://ubc.zoom.us/my/corpusstudentlife?pwd=VWRKUW9wajY4MkQ2b3RnSS9lWGVtZz09

We are recording our second SRC Zoom Panel Podcast on the topic "Getting Ready for the Finals". Join us on Zoom and don't miss your chance to speak with Faculty, Staff, and other Students about acing Final Exams and Assignments!

Click on the link to register: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/src-zoom-panel-podcast-getting-ready-for-the-finals-tickets-127944197539

Need a break from school? Join Student Life for some fun online games!

Zoom Link: https://ubc.zoom.us/my/corpusstudentlife?pwd=VWRKUW9wajY4MkQ2b3RnSS9lWGVtZz09

Join us for Coffee Chats with Corpus Christi alumnus Mari Narciso! Get the chance to talk to Mari about music and marketing.

Zoom link: https://ubc.zoom.us/my/corpusstudentlife?pwd=VWRKUW9wajY4MkQ2b3RnSS9lWGVtZz09

Emanuel (Mari) Narciso graduated from Sauder School of Business with a BCom specialization in Marketing. After a formative year at Corpus Christi College, Mari quickly got himself involved in student life in UBC (President, Blank Vinyl Project), while completing Co-op placements (YVR, Vidyard) and finding time for school in between. Equipped with a unique background in sales/marketing and a passion for music, Mari's undergrad highlights consist of playing the opening set of Block Party, and throwing UBC's largest student-run music festival ever. Now, he is working on the COVID-19 response team at Iridia Medical while working as a recording artist and musician.

Need a break from studying? Join student life for some fun online games!

Zoom link: https://ubc.zoom.us/my/corpusstudentlife?pwd=VWRKUW9wajY4MkQ2b3RnSS9lWGVtZz09

Need a break from studying? Join student life for some fun online games!

Zoom link: https://ubc.zoom.us/my/corpusstudentlife?pwd=VWRKUW9wajY4MkQ2b3RnSS9lWGVtZz09

Need a break from studying? Join student life for some fun online games!

Zoom link: https://ubc.zoom.us/my/corpusstudentlife?pwd=VWRKUW9wajY4MkQ2b3RnSS9lWGVtZz09

Put your knowledge to the test by playing a game of Jeopardy!

Zoom link: https://ubc.zoom.us/my/corpusstudentlife?pwd=VWRKUW9wajY4MkQ2b3RnSS9lWGVtZz09

Let's Talk presents Virtual Yoga Day with Vannia Flores Forsyth! Take a deep breath and relax your body with yoga from the comfort of your own home.

For more information, contact Ishgun at [email protected]

 

Want to get ready for Halloween? Learn how to do a SFX makeup look with Corpus student Tuscany!

Zoom Link: https://ubc.zoom.us/my/corpusstudentlife?pwd=VWRKUW9wajY4MkQ2b3RnSS9lWGVtZz09

Join us for Coffee Chats with Corpus Christi alumna Sarah Scali!

Zoom Information: https://ubc.zoom.us/my/corpusstudentlife?pwd=VWRKUW9wajY4MkQ2b3RnSS9lWGVtZz09

Sarah is a High School Principal in Vancouver with a BA in History and International Relations (UBC), a BEd in International and Global Education (SFU) and a Masters of Education in the field of Adult Learning and Global Change (UBC). She has traveled, worked, volunteered and studied in North and Central America, Europe, Asia and Africa. Outside of teaching and traveling she has a passion for photography, the outdoors and social justice and equity.

Join us for an Oktoberfest and Thanksgiving Celebration! The Department of Alumni Relations, is hosting a virtual trivia session on all things Oktoberfest and Thanksgiving. One lucky participant will be randomly selected to win a $25.00 gift certificate to Amazon. You will not want to miss this fun event!

Zoom Information: https://ubc.zoom.us/my/corpusstudentlife?pwd=VWRKUW9wajY4MkQ2b3RnSS9lWGVtZz09

Join Student Life on Zoom for fun virtual games!

Zoom link: https://ubc.zoom.us/my/corpusstudentlife?pwd=VWRKUW9wajY4MkQ2b3RnSS9lWGVtZz09

Got questions, but don't know who or when to ask? The Student Resource Centre (SRC) has you covered! Join us on Zoom for our Interactive Panel "That's Due Tonight!", where you can ask your questions to our Live Panelists, including: a Faculty Member, a Staff Member, and a Current Student.

This month's topic is "Staying Well in the Mid-Term!

Register through Eventbrite to reserve your spot today!

Eventbrite Registration: http://Eventbrite Registration - https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/src-interactive-panel-thats-due-tonight-tickets-124342037381

Join Student Life on Zoom for fun virtual games!

Zoom Link: https://ubc.zoom.us/my/corpusstudentlife

Join Student Life on Zoom for fun virtual games!

Zoom Link: https://ubc.zoom.us/my/corpusstudentlife?pwd=VWRKUW9wajY4MkQ2b3RnSS9lWGVtZz09

Keep yourself busy with some lively games!

Zoom link: https://ubc.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=VWRKUW9wajY4MkQ2b3RnSS9lWGVtZz09

Keep yourself busy with some fun games!

Link: https://ubc.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=YzJwUm5PSUhUVnFFdFRWVFc4dG1PQT09

Join us for an afternoon of fun and creativity!

Zoom Link: https://ubc.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=VWRKUW9wajY4MkQ2b3RnSS9lWGVtZz09

Join us for Coffee Chat with Corpus Christi alumnus Mikey Jose! Come and hear about Mikey's experience at Corpus, and answer any grad school or music related questions you may have, and many more!

Link: https://ubc.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=YzJwUm5PSUhUVnFFdFRWVFc4dG1PQT09

Mikey is starting his Masters in Neuroscience at UBC, with a special research focus on music neuroscience. After completing his academic journey at Corpus, Mikey earned his Bachelors of Science in Cognitive Systems- Brain and Cognition. Mikey is an extremely talented musician, with a passion for music and giving back to his community.

Join us for Jackbox Games and catch up with your Corpus friends!

Link: https://ubc.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=YzJwUm5PSUhUVnFFdFRWVFc4dG1PQT09

Guess what's back again... Jeopardy! Put your knowledge to the test by joining us for a game of Jeopardy.

Link: https://ubc.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=YzJwUm5PSUhUVnFFdFRWVFc4dG1PQT09

Join us for some fun games and get the chance to catch up with your Corpus friends!

Link: https://ubc.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=YzJwUm5PSUhUVnFFdFRWVFc4dG1PQT09

Join Kat in a live tutorial to make a healthy and yummy snack: hummus and tortilla chips! See below for the ingredients list.

Link: https://ubc.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=YzJwUm5PSUhUVnFFdFRWVFc4dG1PQT09

Hummus Ingredients:

  • 1 15 oz can of chickpeas, drained and rinsed 
  • 4 tablespoons tahini
  • 3 tablespoons of lemon juice
  • 1-2 tablespoons of water
  • 3-4 tablespoons of olive oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon of salt
  • 2 cracks of freshly ground pepper
  • 2-3 garlic cloves
  • 1/2 teaspoon of paprika or za'atar (optional)
  • Parsley for garnish (optional)

Tortilla Chips Ingredients:

Note: Feel free to season them however you like

  • 3-5 large tortilla wraps (depending on serving size)
  • 1 teaspoon of paprika
  • 1 teaspoon of chilli powder
  • 1 teaspoon of garlic power
  • 4 cracks of pepper
  • 1/2 teaspoon of salt
  • 1 teaspoon of sugar
  • 2 tablespoons of oil of your choice

What better way to start off the school year than with some fun games! Join us for our Welcome Back Games Night to reconnect with returning students and meet the new students!

Link: https://ubc.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=YzJwUm5PSUhUVnFFdFRWVFc4dG1PQT09

Join Kat in a live tutorial to learn how she makes some of her Instagram-worthy dishes.

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=YzJwUm5PSUhUVnFFdFRWVFc4dG1PQT09

Keep yourself busy by playing some fun games with your Corpus Christi community!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=YzJwUm5PSUhUVnFFdFRWVFc4dG1PQT09

 

 

Guess what's back again... Jeopardy! Join us for some trivia and the chance to win a prize!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Keep yourself busy by playing some games with your Corpus Christi community!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Join us to spend some time with your Corpus friends!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Keep yourself busy by playing some fun games with your Corpus Christi community!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Are you passionate about a certain topic? Come out and share your ideas with your Corpus Christi community!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Keep yourself busy with some fun games with your Corpus Christi community!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Join us for a coffee chats with St. Mark's alumna Megan!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Megan completed her BA from St. Mark's College in 2019. She has been grately involved in CCO throughout her university career. After going on a summer mission with CCO, she was called to be a missionary, as she realized she wanted to spend her life brining people back into a relationship with Jesus. Megan currently works as a campus missionary at St. Mary's University in Halifax, where she currently leads the women's ministry, and works with her team to "make disciples of all nations" (Matthew 28:19).

All skill levels are welcome! Join us for a fun afternoon of singing, music, and fun!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Keep yourself busy with some fun games with the Corpus Christi community!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Relax and catch up with your Corpus community.

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Back by popular demand! Join us for another fun Jeopardy Tournament for the chance to win a gift card!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Keep yourself busy with some fun games and hang out with your Corpus community!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Join Kat in a live tutorial to learn how she makes some of her Instagram-worthy dishes.

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Keep yourself busy with some fun games and hang out with the Corpus community!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Keep yourself busy with some fun games! Join us for an afternoon of Jackbox Games.

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Need a break from school? Bring your own coffee and chat with your Corpus friends!

Link" https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Put your drawing skills to the test and join us for online Pictionary!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Keep yourself busy with some fun games! Join us for an afternoon of Jackbox Games.

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Join us today for Coffee Chats with Corpus Christi alumnus Austin Vaz. Bring your coffee and ask Austin about his story and journey!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Austin is a Marketing Manager at PepsiCo Foods in Toronto Canada. He is extremely passionate about building brands that deeply connect with consumers. Come hear his story from Corpus to Sauder and ask questions on how to make the most of your business career.

Have fun with your Corpus friends by playing Jeopardy! Come play for the chance to win an Amazon gift card!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Keep yourself busy with some fun games! Join us for an afternoon of Jackbox Games.

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Show us your best dance moves and get some exercise in as we host a virtual Just Dance!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Need a break from school? Bring your own coffee and come chat with your Corpus friends!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Keep yourself busy with some fun games! Join us for an afternoon of Jackbox Games.

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Need a break from school? Bring your own coffee and come chat with your Corpus friends!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

We will be postponing Karaoke to a later date.

 

Keep yourself busy with some fun games! Join us for an afternoon of Jackbox Games.

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Work up a sweat and keep active with our virtual ZOOMba!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Join us for Coffee Chats with St. Mark's alumna Alexandra. Bring your coffee and ask Alexandra about her story and journey!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Born and raised in the Lower Mainland, Alexandra completed an Associate of Arts Degree at Corpus Christi College (2014), a Bachelor of Arts in Theology and Culture (2017) with a triple concentration in English, History, and Theology at St. Marks College, a Bachelor of Education (2018) from the University of British Columbia and recently completed her Master of Arts for Teachers of English (2020) at Simon Fraser University, which expands her repertoire of First Nations socio-cultural sources and merges this awareness with her professional passion: literary education. An English and Career Life Connections teacher at a private secondary school in Vancouver, Alexandra believes that doors open through literacy, doors not only to other worlds, but also to our visceral, genuine past and present world, which is her goal as an educator.

Keep yourself busy with some fun games! Join us for an afternoon of Jackbox Games.

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Join us on Zoom for a virtual art day and get crafty with whatever supplies you have!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Need a break from school? Bring your own coffee and chat with your Corpus friends!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Keep yourself busy with some fun games! Join us for an afternoon of Jackbox Games.

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Need a break from school? Bring your own coffee and chat with your Corpus friends!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Keep yourself busy with some fun games! Join us for an afternoon of Jackbox Games.

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Join us for a fun game of Scattergories with friends!

Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Join Student Life for coffee chats with Corpus Christi alumna Ashwini. Bring your coffee and ask Ashwini about International Relations, her story, or any other questions you might have!

To join, click on the link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09 

Ashwini attended Corpus Christi for two years, she then transferred to UBC where she was
accepted into the highly competitive International Relations Program. In her third year, she
was then accepted into the UBC Arts Co-Op program where she then completed three work
terms. One term in the private sector, and two in the public sector, which lead her into a full
time position after graduation. Some of her hobbies include music, painting and walking her
dog, Buddy.

Need a break from studying? Bring your coffee and chat with some Corpus Christi friends!

To join, click on the following link: https://join.skype.com/IVtWV7gggzLX

What better way to end the term than with a dance party! Come and celebrate the end of the 2020 Winter term with a virtual Just Dance party.

To join, click on the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Join us for an afternoon of singing and fun!

To join, click on the link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6451473404?pwd=M09BYzJVdnkxVWVsNURqTzZjZ0piUT09

Are you 'equipped' with the best answer? Join us for a fun game of Quiplash on Jackbox Games!

To play, click on the link: https://ca.bbcollab.com/guest/ad35d110e73c421f904a3544b8d11a5e

Keep yourself busy with fun games! Join us for a virtual Jackbox Games by clicking on the following link: https://ca.bbcollab.com/guest/ad35d110e73c421f904a3544b8d11a5e

Music, competition, and fun! Join us for a virtual game of Read My Lips and put your lip reading skills to the test!

To play, click on the following link: https://ca.bbcollab.com/guest/ad35d110e73c421f904a3544b8d11a5e

Show us what you know! Join us online for Murder Mystery Trivia on Jackbox Games by clicking on the following link: https://ca.bbcollab.com/guest/ad35d110e73c421f904a3544b8d11a5e

Join us for a fun game of Scattergories with friends!

To join, click on the following link: https://ca.bbcollab.com/guest/ad35d110e73c421f904a3544b8d11a5e

Need a break from school? Put your acting skills to the test and join us in a fun game of virtual charades!
To play, click on the link: https://ca.bbcollab.com/guest/ad35d110e73c421f904a3544b8d11a5e

We will be using the following link to generate words: https://www.wordgenerator.net/charades-generator.php

Looking for something to do? Join us in a game of Drawful 2! What better way to keep in touch with friends than through Jackbox Games! We will hold a first session from 12:30pm-1:00pm and a second session from 3:00pm-3:30pm. To play, click on the link: https://ca.bbcollab.com/guest/ad35d110e73c421f904a3544b8d11a5e

 

Looking for something to do? Join us in a game of virtual scattergories! What better way to keep in touch with friends than through games! To play, click on the link: https://zoom.us/j/6451473404

Hit the road...in your Mario Kart! Race your friends or battle another student for a friendly game in Plato's Cave

L’Arche Social Connections is a monthly initiative that gives students, staff, and faculty the opportunity to build relationships with those living with intellectual disabilities. Together we share food, and enjoy a variety of activities such as crafts, baking, and sports. For more information or to register, please contact [email protected]

Curbside Outreach is a monthly initiative that brings together students, staff, and faculty, with persons living in Vancouver's downtown East Side. Together we share food and dialogue. For more information or to support our program, please contact [email protected] Register at https://www.eventbrite.ca/preview?eid=64993925581/.

Put on your smock and paint with all the colours of the wind! Ease into the start of winter term by relaxing and painting with some friends

We have some new boardgames and we're dying to try them out. Join us in Plato's Cave.

It's a brew-tiful for coffee! Join us in Plato's Cave for coffee and company.

A Lohri event will be taking place on campus and all are invited. Stay tuned for more info

What's better than pizza and ice cream? FREE pizza and ice cream! Come socialize with new and old friends during this first week of classes in the Winter term!

Looking to sell or buy used textbooks? Check out the sale during the first two weeks of classes! Vendors, please drop off any used textbooks and complete a sellers contract in the Student Life Office.

Learn what's coming up with student life events and activities for the term and enjoy a hot cup of coffee and some snacks on a cold winter day.

We'll be grabbing food in the "village" and exploring other dining options on the UBC campus. Join us and perhaps you may get a free food or drink item!

Get ready for the Winter term with some free pancakes and coffee on the first day of classes! Join us in Plato's Cave!

Cancellation Message

At the Conversations with Changemakers series, we look forward to bringing students together with inspirational leaders who share their experience, passion, and vision.

We have been closely monitoring and evaluating the situation around COVID-19 to ensure we are taking the necessary measures to protect the health and well-being of people on campus. Although there are no known cases on our campus or the UBC campus, we are wanting to stay proactive and always take preventative action.

In alignment with the best practices laid out by the Public Health Agency of Canada and BC Centre for Disease Control, we are cancelling non-essential activities and non-academic events, including the Conversations with Changemakers series

While we are disappointed that we will not be together for this event, we are excited to host many events in the future. We are hoping to reschedule this event for the fall and will notify all registrants if a date is confirmed.

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Johnna Sparrow-Crawford is a member of the Musqueam Indian Band and was the lead Four Host First Nations Musqueam representative for the 2010 Olympic Games. Johnna is now ensuring the future economic development of First Nations peoples in her role as Aboriginal Relations Advisor at Aquilini Construction and Development.

Date: Monday, March 23, 2020
Time: 12:00 noon
Location: Epiphany at UBC, 6030 Chancellor Boulevard
Cost: Free

If you are interested in attending, please register via Eventbrite or email Gabriel Pillay ([email protected]) for registration details.

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The Conversations with Changemakers series brings students together with inspirational leaders who share their experience, passion, and vision. The series build on our mission to educate lifelong learners who are prepared to take on the intellectual, professional, and social challenges of our times. 

Johnna Sparrow-Crawford

As a member of the Musqueam Indian Band, Johna Sparrow-Crawford has a long standing career in a variety of areas within and outside of her community, with a specific interest in the development and growth of Aboriginal communities.

Johnna has participated at almost every level within the Musqueam Indian Band, from community service, to serving on Chief and Council for three terms, as well as being the lead Four Host First Nations 2010 Olympics Games Representative for Musqueam.

Following the Olympic Games, Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh, her interest in community development became a passion and Johnna is now looking to ensure the future economic development of First Nations peoples in her role as Aboriginal Relations Advisor at Aquilini Construction and Development.

Fiona Dalton is the President and CEO of Providence Health Care and has over 23 years of health care experience. She has held positions where she was in charge of over 10,000 employees, managed annual budgets of over $1.2 billion and remained committed to collaboration and organizational culture.

Date: Monday, February 24, 2020
Time: 12:00 noon
Location: Epiphany at UBC, 6030 Chancellor Boulevard
Cost: (This is a private event for students and alumni)

If you are interested in attending, please register via Eventbrite or email Gabriel Pillay ([email protected]) for registration details.
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The Conversations with Changemakers series brings students together with inspirational leaders who share their experience, passion, and vision. The series build on our mission to educate lifelong learners who are prepared to take on the intellectual, professional, and social challenges of our times. 

Fiona Dalton

Fiona Dalton became President and Chief Executive Officer of Providence Health Care on April 23, 2018.

Ms. Dalton brings 23 years of health care experience to Providence. Most recently, she was the CEO of University Hospital Southampton NHS (National Health Service) Foundation Trust in the United Kingdom. This renowned academic health sciences centre has 10,000 employees and an annual budget of over $1.2 billion Cdn.

During her tenure there, Ms. Dalton’s accomplishments included:

•    developing and launching a new values-based organizational vision;
•    being nationally recognized for improving quality and safety;
•    improving hospital performance and patient outcomes;
•    enhancing research performance;
•    leading successful staff health and well-being strategies;
•    focusing on quality improvement, innovation and digital services; and
•    delivering a successful capital program, improving and expanding facilities for patient care, research and education, with academic, commercial and charitable partners.

She holds a BA Honours in Human Sciences from Queen’s College, Oxford University. She received an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Science by the University of Southampton in 2017.

She has served as the Chief Operating Officer and Interim CEO of the Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Foundation Trust; Executive Director of Strategy and Business Development at Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust; and Divisional Director, Responsible for Surgery, Cancer, Critical Care, Neurosciences, Theatres & Anaesthetics, at Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS Trust.

Ms. Dalton’s experience, her emphasis on people, collaboration and organizational culture, her commitment to performance excellence, and her focus on staff/physician engagement and patient involvement support Providence in its future challenges and transformative work as it continues to provide compassionate health care to all British Columbians.

Anita Boscariol is an Associate Counsel at Watson Goepel LLP. Having worked in the public sector for over 25 years, the last ten as Director General, Treaties and Aboriginal Government Negotiations West, for the former Department of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, Anita brings a wealth of experience and perspective to her Indigenous practice.

Date: Monday, January 27, 2020
Time: 12:00 noon
Location: Epiphany at UBC, 6030 Chancellor Boulevard
Cost: Free (This is a private event for students and alumni)

If you are interested in attending, please register via Eventbrite or email Gabriel Pillay ([email protected]) for registration details.
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The Conversations with Changemakers series brings students together with inspirational leaders who share their experience, passion, and vision. The series build on our mission to educate lifelong learners who are prepared to take on the intellectual, professional, and social challenges of our times. 

Anita Boscariol

“We must work differently than we have in the past. My experience as a negotiator has taught me that there is always some common ground to be found between opposing parties. And that place, no matter how small, is where you must start from.”
Anita is Associate Counsel at Watson Goepel LLP. Her practice focuses primarily on Indigenous Law, with a portion dedicated to the area of Immigration law. Having worked in the public sector for over 25 years, the last ten as Director General, Treaties and Aboriginal Government Negotiations West, for the former Department of Indigenous & Northern Affairs, Anita brings a wealth of experience and perspective to her Indigenous practice.
Anita assists and advises a variety of clients with matters related to issues of Indigenous self-government, economic development, governance, and engagement, consultation and accommodation. She is an accomplished negotiator, consensus builder and problem solver.
A former Assistant Deputy Chair of the Immigration Appeal Division of the Immigration and Refugee Board, Anita conducts appeals before the Immigration Appeals Division, and also submits applications and conducts appeals before the federal court judicial review.
Anita is fluent in French, Italian and Spanish, enjoys classical music and opera, and is a fitness enthusiast.

Education
LLB, University of British Columbia, 1982
B.A., University of British Columbia, 1978

Bar
British Columbia , 1985

Work Highlights
•    Experience drafting First Nations` community by-laws;
•    Administration of band elections, appeals and referenda;
•    Administration of trusts, lands, status and membership;
•    Overseeing the administration of wills and estates under the Indian Act;
•    Led a team of federal negotiators in tripartite negotiations and discussions with BC and First nations , as well as the Yukon and Yukon First Nations;
•    Led a federal team of negotiators to the successful conclusion of modern treaties with the Tsawwassen, Maa-Nulth and Tla’amin First Nations;
•    Led a federal team of negotiators in consultation and accommodation discussions;
•    Acted as the federal representative at a variety of litigation settlement discussions

Publications and Presentations
•    Speaker, “The Laws Affecting First Nations,” Asia Pacific Institute Conference, 2009
•    Panelist, Canadian Institute National Conference on Administrative Law, Vancouver, June 2006.
•    Panelist, “Practice and Procedure before the Immigration Appeal Division of the Immigration & Refugee Board,” Canadian Bar Association Immigration Law National Sub-Section, Banff, Alberta, April 2005.
•    Panelist, “Immigration Law Update,” Continuing Legal Education Society of BC, Vancouver, December 2005

Professional and Community Affiliations
•    Member, Law Society of British Columbia
•    Member, Canadian Bar Association
•    Member, Canadian Council of Administrative Tribunals
•    Member, British Columbia Council of Administrative Tribunals
•    Sponsorship Chair, Finnegan Ball Committee, Vancouver College Parents Association
•    Director, Jane Rowan Society, Little Flower Academy, Vancouver  (2008-present)

Date: Monday, December 2, 2019
Time: 12:00 noon
Location: Epiphany at UBC, 6030 Chancellor Boulevard
Cost: Free

This event is open to Corpus Christi-St. Mark's students and alumni.
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The Conversations with Changemakers series brings students together with inspirational leaders who share their experience, passion, and vision. The series build on our mission to educate lifelong learners who are prepared to take on the intellectual, professional, and social challenges of our times. 

John Montalbano

John Montalbano built his career in asset management at Phillips, Hager & North Investment Management Ltd. (PH&N). Throughout, he assumed successive leadership roles until his appointment as President in 2005. In 2008, when RBC acquired PH&N, John became CEO of RBC’s newly expanded asset management business, known as RBC Global Asset Management (RBC GAM). By 2015, when he retired as CEO, the organization had extended its scope to include offices in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom and Hong Kong, managing in aggregate more than $370 billion worldwide.

In the past three years, John has been appointed as a Director of the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, Aritzia Inc. and the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada.

John served as Chair of the UBC Board of Governors and remains a strong supporter of the UBC Sauder School of Business, where he and his wife, Dana, established the Montalbano Professorship in Leadership Studies. They have also established several fellowships at the University of Victoria in Ocean and Earth Sciences. As a trustee of the Killam Trusts, he also serves as a member of the Investment Committee for the Canada Council for the Arts.

In 2015, John was appointed Chair for the Vancouver Public Library Capital Campaign and currently serves on the Boards of Forum for Women Entrepreneurs, The BC Achievement Foundation, as well as is the current Chair of both St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation and The Vancouver Police Foundation.

John holds a Chartered Financial Analyst designation and a Bachelor of Commerce, with Honours, from the University of British Columbia. He is a Leslie Wong Fellow of the UBC Portfolio Management Foundation and also holds an Honorary Doctor of Letters from Emily Carr University of Art and Design.

Tom Cooper is the President and Founder of City in Focus, not-for-profit organization that exists to serve the spiritual and social needs of Vancouver. He has spear-headed this chaplaincy by caring for the soul of the city though dynamic connections with business, political and faith communities of Vancouver.

Most notably, City in Focus organizes an annual prayer breakfast attended by 1,000 people from across the province.

He holds a doctorate from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California, and is a Minister of Religion ordained in the Presbyterian Church of Canada.

Date: Monday, November 18, 2019
Time: 12:00 noon
Location: Epiphany at UBC, 6030 Chancellor Boulevard
Cost: Free

This event is open to students and alumni
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The Conversations with Changemakers series brings students together with inspirational leaders who share their experience, passion, and vision. The series build on our mission to educate lifelong learners who are prepared to take on the intellectual, professional, and social challenges of our times.

Tom Cooper

Tom holds a doctorate from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California, and was ordained in the Presbyterian Church of Canada. He attends St. Mark’s Parish at UBC.

A businessman for over 20 years, Tom was in three partnerships and started two companies before entering the ministry. By the time he graduated college, he had been Vice President of a construction company and Director of a national sales marketing company. After starting a college ministry at Western Washington University grew to over 1000 students, Tom moved to co-found a bookstore within his 20s.

Tom was research assistant for two years to John Stott, one of the Chaplains to the Queen, London, England. He was Assistant, Associate and Senior Pastor for ten years in both California and Washington states. In 1988-89 Tom was honorary Chaplain in residence at Regent College, University of British Columbia campus.

For over thirty years, Tom has served as President of City in Focus, a chaplaincy that cares for the soul of the city though the dynamic business and political community of Vancouver. He also serves on a number of organizational boards in the Vancouver area, and he has been voted on to Vancouver Magazine’s top 50 most powerful people in BC.

Together with Frank Giustra, he co-founded the Streetohome initiative, which has built over 1000 homes for low income and homeless people. Tom has also chaired the More Than Gold Program, which involved over 1100 churches and 100 Christian organizations in hosting the Vancouver 2010 Olympics. He continues to engage philanthropists in donating to local causes, including both Catholic and Protestant faith-based organizations. Through this philanthropic work, Tom has mobilized millions of dollars to the benefit of the poor and marginalized in our community.

Author of several booklets on faith and the marketplace, Tom has written a popular monthly newsletter on the city and faith for over 20 years, that is received by thousands of readers, both locally and internationally.

"There is a spiritual poverty in the city that no amount of wealth or power can camouflage... I am staggered at the number of phone calls we receive monthly and the cross-section of people needing guidance in relationships, careers and in their walk with God. Behind the facade of the gleaming city are people who are lonely and need to know that they are loved."

Frank Giustra is the President and CEO of the Fiore Group and has an established track record of building natural resource companies through access to capital and creative deal-making. Mr. Giustra’s entrepreneurial successes include founding Lionsgate Entertainment.

Date : Monday, October 21, 2019
Time: 12:00 noon
Location: Epiphany at UBC, 6030 Chancellor Boulevard
Cost: Free

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The Conversations with Changemakers series brings students together with inspirational leaders who share their experience, passion, and vision. The series build on our mission to educate lifelong learners who are prepared to take on the intellectual, professional, and social challenges of our times. 

Frank Giustra

Frank Giustra is President and CEO of the Fiore Group, a private firm managing a broad portfolio of private equity investments and companies, specializing in food and lifestyle, art and entertainment, and natural resources.

Mr. Giustra has an established track record of building natural resource companies through access to capital and creative deal-making. As President and later Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Yorkton Securities in the 1990s, he grew the firm into a leading natural resource investment bank. As Chairman of Endeavour Financial from 2001 to 2007, his vision and leadership led to the successful launch of numerous resource companies, including Wheaton River Minerals Ltd. (acquired by Goldcorp Inc.), and Silver Wheaton Corporation.

Mr. Giustra's entrepreneurial success includes founding Lionsgate Entertainment, now one of the world's largest independent film companies. Mr. Giustra is a major shareholder of Thunderbird Entertainment Group, a company focused on content and distribution in the television and film sector. In 2014, he founded Fiore Music and Westsonic Music Inc., and actively composes lyrics for songs in all genres.

Mr. Giustra is a strong believer in philanthropy, and devotes much of his time to a variety of causes both locally and globally. Mr. Giustra brings an entrepreneurial approach to philanthropy to catalyze new ideas and innovations that can be scaled and shared. Most recently, the Giustra Foundation has become actively involved in the global refugee crisis by providing humanitarian aid in Greece and Turkey, along with being the founding partner in both The Ascend Collaborative and the Global Refugee Sponsorship Initiative.

In 2007, Mr. Giustra and former President Bill Clinton launched the Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership, recently renamed as Elevate Social Businesses (Elevate). Elevate is a social business builder that brings entrepreneurial solutions to global poverty and operates enterprises in Colombia, El Salvador, Haiti, and Indonesia.

Since 2005, Mr. Giustra has been an active Board Trustee with the International Crisis Group, a widely recognized independent, non-partisan source of analysis and advice to policymakers on the prevention and resolution of deadly conflict.

Mr. Giustra sits on a variety of non-profit, private and public boards. Mr. Giustra is Chairman of Leagold Mining Corporation, and a board member of Thunderbird Entertainment Group. In addition, he sits on the boards of Elevate Social Businesses, Clinton Foundation and International Crisis Group.

Awards

2019 Order of Canada, C.M.
2018 Inducted into the BC Laureates Hall of Fame
2018 International Crisis Group In Pursuit of Peace Award
2017 Elton John AIDS Foundation Enduring Vision Award
2016 Order of British Columbia, O.B.C.
2015 Vancouver International Film Festival Screen Industry Builder Award 2014 Dalai Lama Humanitarian Award
2013 Douglas College Distinguished Alumni Award

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September 28 to 29, 2015

The Corpus Christi College Student Association (CCCSA) is the College’s student government. Students on the Executive Council represent the student body to the College’s administration and are responsible for planning social events throughout the year for students. All CCC students belong to the CCCSA. You can choose to run for election or just take part in Student Association events.

DURING THE SPRING ELECTION, STUDENTS CAN RUN FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS:

  • President
  • Vice-President
  • Secretary
  • Director of Communication
  • Director of Finance
  • Special Events Coordinator

 

DURING THE FALL ELECTION, STUDENTS CAN RUN FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS:

  • First Year Representatives (2 positions)
  • Second Year Representative (1 position)
  • Transfer Representative (1 position)
  • International Student Representative (1 position)

This year’s fall elections will take place on September 28 and 29. Campaigning will take place the week before the elections. All students interested in running for the Executive Council must attend a general meeting on Thursday, September 17, 2015, at 12:15pm in the Campus Life and Ministry Office to learn about nomination and election processes.

Election results will be announced on Wednesday, September 30, 2015, at lunchtime. For more info, contact: Maria Sarte, Campus Life & Ministry Office at [email protected].

Event cancellation notice: We have been closely monitoring and evaluating the situation around COVID-19 to ensure we are taking the necessary measures to protect the health and well-being of people on campus.

In alignment with the guidelines laid out by the Public Health Agency of Canada and BC Centre for Disease Control, we are cancelling non-essential activities and non-academic events, including the Next Steps event.

While we are disappointed that we will not be together for this event, we are excited to host many events in the future. We will be reaching out to registered attendees and incoming students directly.

Next Steps is an opportunity to launch your successful start at Corpus Christi College.

We are excited to welcome you in September and Next Steps will equip you with all the information you need to succeed when you arrive. Course registration for September 2019 opens in April. Popular classes fill up fast and we don’t want you to miss out! We will walk through all the steps to register for classes and course plan.

In addition to learning how to register for classes and meeting the Academic Advising team, you will meet current student leaders, incoming students, and staff who will become an important part of your life at Corpus Christi-St. Mark’s.

EVENT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Meet other students entering first year
  • Meet your Academic Advisor and instructors for next year
  • Learn everything there is to know about registering for courses
  • Receive the 2019/2020 course list and schedule
  • Learn how to create a personalized transfer plan
  • Learn about our summer programming
  • Explore scholarships, bursaries, and grants to fund your education
  • Join everyone for a Meet and Greet lunch!


Date: 
Saturday, April 25, 2020
Time: 9:30am - 12:30pm
Location: Corpus Christi - St. Mark's (5935 Iona Drive, Vancouver)

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QUESTIONS?

Contact a Recruiter
e: [email protected]
t: 604.314.9617

LOCATION AND GETTING HERE

Our address is 5935 Iona Drive, at the corner of Chancellor Boulevard and Wesbrook Mall.
Bus routes #44 and #84 stop at Allison Road, a 2 minute walk from Corpus Christi. We are also served by the main UBC Bus loop, a quick 5 minute walk away.

Some visitor parking will be available in the Corpus Christi-St. Mark's parking lot. Additional paid parking is available at the nearby UBC parkades.

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Explore your future academic home

Interested in coming to Corpus Christi College? Determine if this is the right place for you. Future students and parents are invited to Info Night – an excellent opportunity to meet our staff and faculty, hear from our students, and take a tour of our campus. Bring your questions; we'll have answers.

Info Night Date
Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 6:30pm

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QUESTIONS?

Contact a Recruiter
e: [email protected]
t: 604.314.9617

LOCATION AND GETTING HERE

Our address is 5935 Iona Drive, at the corner of Chancellor Boulevard and Wesbrook Mall.
Bus routes #44 and #84 stop at Allison Road, a 2 minute walk from Corpus Christi. We are also served by the main UBC Bus loop, a quick 5 minute walk away.

Some visitor parking will be available in the Corpus Christi-St. Mark's parking lot. Additional paid parking is available at the nearby UBC parkades.

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All are invited to join in celebrating the opening of the academic year on the Vancouver campus at UBC.

The Mass of the Holy Spirit follows the rich Jesuit tradition of opening the academic year with a liturgy that gathers the community to thank God for the gifts of creation and salvation, and to invoke the wisdom and the guidance of the Holy Spirit in the coming year.

Mass will be celebrated by Archbishop J. Michael Miller, CSB, of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver, and Reverend Dr. Robert Allore, SJ, Chaplain of UBC and Pastor of St. Mark’s Parish.

Light refreshments will be served after Mass.

To aid in our planning for mass seating and the reception, we would benefit from your registration. All are welcome.
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DATE AND TIME

Sunday, September 30, 2018; 7:00pm until 8:30pm

LOCATION

St. Mark’s College at UBC – 5935 Iona Drive, Vancouver, BC

PARKING

Parking is available at the North Parkade, a quick 5 minute walk to St. Mark’s College. If you have mobility concerns, please email Sister Angela Marie Castellani in advance and we will happily arrange accessible parking.

You are invited to the 19th Annual Fundraising Breakfast in support of St. Mark's College and Corpus Christi College.

The importance of Catholic higher education, which strives to meet our young people “where they are” on the journeys that are life and faith, is perhaps more important to the future of the church than it has ever been. This has been continuously stressed by Pope Francis, who encourages us to constantly be engaged in a spirit of encounter and dialogue, with each other, and with the world. We provide a Catholic centre at UBC and extensive education options while receiving no government funding.

EVENT DETAILS

Date: Saturday, October 5, 2019
Time: 9:00 a.m. Registration | 9:30 a.m. Breakfast Served
Location: Vancouver College Alumni Gym, 5400 Cartier Street, Vancouver

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: ARCHBISHOP J. MICHAEL MILLER, CSB

Archbishop Michael Miller is chief shepherd of Vancouver’s 430,000 Catholics.

He has served on the boards of schools, universities, health care institutions, and numerous professional and public service organizations. He is Grand Prior of the Western Canadian Lieutenancy of the Equestrian Order of the Knights of the Holy Sepulchre, a Conventual Chaplain of the Knights of Malta, and a 4th degree member of the Knights of Columbus.

As well as his positions as Chancellor and board member of St. Mark’s College and Corpus Christi College, Archbishop Miller is president of the Catholic Independent Schools of the Vancouver Archdiocese.


Reserve your seat

REGISTER WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OFFICE

Contact Emily Dionisio, Development Support Officer
Email: [email protected] Phone: 604-822-5438

REGISTER ONLINE

Online registration for the Breakfast

This is a free event. Official tax receipts are offered for donations.

Book your table of 10

•    Sponsor a table $1,000
•    Invite your guests
•    Portion of your gift will be receiptable according to CRA guidelines

Table sponsors receive the sponsor name and logo in the program and at your table.

Become an event sponsor

Event Sponsorship
$15,000 – Platinum
$10,000 – Gold
$5,000 – Silver
$2,500 – Bronze
$1,500 – Coffee Sponsor
$1,000 – Flower Sponsor

At this level, event sponsors receive highly visible acknowledgement. Additionally, event sponsors also receive a table to host their special guests.

Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze sponsors receive the following:
•    Prominent recognition on event display screens
•    Sponsor name and logo in program
•    For businesses, half-page corporate advertisement in program (*no tax receipt is issued)
•    Listing on event signage
•    Acknowledgements in event emails

QUESTIONS

Please contact Emily Dionisio, Development Support Officer
[email protected] or 604-822-5438.

Every Wednesday during Lent join the Community of St. Mark’s at UBC for Faith, Food and Fellowship. Special guests will facilitate dialogue about contemporary hot button issues, and encourage all who are gathered to cultivate the world anew.

 

FAITH. FOOD. FELLOWSHIP.

Faith Join us every Wednesday, at 12:10pm, at St. Mark’s Parish, for the celebration of Mass.

Food Stay awhile! Get to know our small campus community over a warm homemade meal of vegetarian soup and bread, free of charge. Lunch will be served after Mass each week in Plato’s Cave Café.

Fellowship Lent is a time of “showing concern for others by small yet concrete signs of our belonging to the one human family” (Message of His Holiness Pope Francis for Lent (2015), 4 October 2014).  Come and listen to compelling stories and engage in conversation.

SCHEDULE

The Lenten Liturgy & Lunch series is designed to engage all who are gathered in conversations about hope and renewal.

Date Speaker Topic
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 Dr. Peter Meehan
President, Corpus Christi College
Principal, St. Mark's College
Introduction to Lenten Liturgy and Lunch Series
Wednesday, February 21, 2018 Brayden Volkenant
Law Student, Peter A. Allard School of Law, UBC
Standing Up for Religious Freedom in Canada: Trinity Western University Law Program
Wednesday, February 28, 2018 Deirdre O’Callaghan
BA student, St. Mark’s College and Alumna, Corpus Christi College
Singled Out: Joyfully Navigating the Single Life as a Young Adult
Wednesday, March 7, 2018 Archbishop J. Michael Miller, CSB
Archbishop of Vancouver
Being a Christian in the Face of Today’s Challenges
Wednesday, March 14, 2018 Marben Regalado and Erin Tangco
Youth Ministry Leaders, Engaged Couple
Can’t Stop the Feeling(s): Dating to Marry
Wednesday, March 21, 2018 Father Larry Lynn
Priest, Cinematographer
You Came Why?
Wednesday, March 28, 2018 Nicholas Olkovich, PhD
Marie Anne Blondin Chair in Theology, St. Mark’s College
The Holy Spirit and World Religions: Developing ‘Christian Inclusivism’

 

JOIN US

The Community of St. Mark’s at UBC, made up of Corpus Christi College, St. Mark’s College, and St. Mark’s Parish, is a vibrant centre of Catholic higher education and intellectual life at the University of British Columbia.

MORE INFORMATION

For questions or more information, please contact:
Office of Campus Life and Ministry
St. Mark’s College and Corpus Christi College
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (604)822-6862 ext. 112

Every Wednesday during Lent join the Community of St. Mark’s at UBC for Faith, Food and Fellowship. Special guests will facilitate dialogue about contemporary hot button issues, and encourage all who are gathered to cultivate the world anew.

FAITH. FOOD. FELLOWSHIP.

Faith Join us every Wednesday, at 12:10pm, at St. Mark’s Parish, for the celebration of Mass.

Food Stay awhile! Get to know our small campus community over a warm homemade meal of vegetarian soup and bread, free of charge. Lunch will be served after Mass each week in Plato’s Cave Café.

Fellowship Lent is a time of “showing concern for others by small yet concrete signs of our belonging to the one human family” (Message of His Holiness Pope Francis for Lent (2015), 4 October 2014).  Come and listen to compelling stories and engage in conversation.

SCHEDULE

The Lenten Liturgy & Lunch series is designed to engage all who are gathered in conversations about hope and renewal.

Date Speaker Topic
Wednesday,
March 6th, 2019
Dr. Peter Meehan
Principal, St. Mark’s College
President, Corpus Christi College
Welcome & Introduction to Lenten Liturgy and Lunch Series
Wednesday,
March 13th, 2019
Leah Bittante, Licensed Personality and Human Relations Educator Journey to Life Within
Wednesday,
March 20th, 2019
Annette Kuhn and Patrick Byron,
L’Arche – Greater Vancouver
Change the World One Heart at a Time
Wednesday,
March 27th, 2019
Most Reverend J. Michael Miller, CSB, Archdiocese of Vancouver Hope Amidst Darkness
Wednesday,
April 3rd, 2019
Professor Hilmar Pabel,
Permanent Deacon of the Archdiocese of Vancouver
Chastity is Freedom
Wednesday,
April 10th, 2019
Lisa Rumple,
Writer & Mental Health Advocate
You Are Brave
Wednesday,
April 17th, 2019
Yolanta Samus, Teacher, Holy Cross Regional Secondary School Where Your Worst Fear Leads to Your Biggest Blessing

The Lenten Liturgy and Lunch poster is available as an 8.5x11 printable format for you to download, email, or print!

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The Community of St. Mark’s at UBC, made up of Corpus Christi College, St. Mark’s College, and St. Mark’s Parish, is a vibrant centre of Catholic higher education and intellectual life at the University of British Columbia.

CONTACT

For questions or more information, please contact:
Campus Ministry
St. Mark’s and Corpus Christi Colleges
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 604-822-6862 ext. 112

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