Chaplains' Office In The News
Chaplain Bruce Coriell was recently featured in an article entitled "From holidays to holy days: While some embrace holiday festivities, others seek the sacred in quieter ways" in the Colorado Springs "Gazette."
Indigenous Religious Traditions, a class taught by Chaplain Bruce Coriell, was highlighted as a featured course on the Colorado College webpage. Read more at http://www.coloradocollege.edu/basics/blockplan/featuredcourses/
To read a student blog on Indigenous Religious Traditions, visit http://sites.coloradocollege.edu/blockfeatures/
Spiritual Life and the Outdoor Education recently partnered for a block break adventure titled In the Flow, a spiritual rafting trip on the Colorado River. An article on this trip was featured in the ORC newsletter. https://www.coloradocollege.edu/dotAsset/9ddffceb-54a6-4996-8425-bdd21ec09eae.pdf
Chaplain Kate Holbrook represented the Association of College and University Religious Affairs at the United States Air Force Academy Religious Respect Conference. Along with military officials, representatives from Chaplain endorsing bodies, the Anti-Defamation League and ACLU, Kate Holbrook helped review their religious respect curriculum.
The CC Soup Kitchen celebrated 20 years of serving the community! http://www.koaa.com/videos/20-years-cc-kitchen/ To view a photo slideshow, visit http://www.gazette.com/sections/slideshow/?id=13607237
Shove Chapel is also frequently used as a recording studio. Recordings from these Chapel Sessions can be found at http://www.fuelfriendsblog.com/tag/fuelfriends-chapel-sessions/