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Each week we bring you chapel talks by students, faculty, and special guests recorded live in Boe Memorial Chapel on the campus of St. Olaf College. Once a month, we present a special episode that delves deeper into matters of faith, with topics chosen by the College Ministry team. Hosted by College Pastors Matthew Marohl and Katherine Fick.

Each week we bring you chapel talks by students, faculty, and special guests recorded live in Boe Memorial Chapel on the campus of St. Olaf College. Once a month, we present a special episode that delves deeper into matters of faith, with topics chosen by the College Ministry team. Hosted by College Pastors Matthew Marohl and Katherine Fick.
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Each week we bring you chapel talks by students, faculty, and special guests recorded live in Boe Memorial Chapel on the campus of St. Olaf College. Once a month, we present a special episode that delves deeper into matters of faith, with topics chosen by the College Ministry team. Hosted by College Pastors Matthew Marohl and Katherine Fick.

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5077862602


Episodes

What Wondrous Love: May 13-15

5/17/2019
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Pastors Matt and Katie reflect on the last week of chapel services for the 2018-19 academic year. Monday's service highlights the German Choir with a talk by their student conductor, Lacy Williams '21. On Tuesday, Rabbi Shosh Dworsky speaks about the restorative power of music through the story of King Saul. She is the newest member of the College Ministry team and joins Pastors Katie and Matt in the studio. What Wondrous Love, accompanied by Martha Barth '19. Used by permission under...

Duration:00:52:00

CommUNITY: May 6-9

5/10/2019
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Hannah Nordby '19 and students from the course Living and Dying: Young Adults' Perspectives: Natalie Wussler '19 and Mari Quanbeck '19 start off the week with reflections on nursing, death, and grieving. A special two-day chapel experience from the Black Ensemble and Gospel Choir of St. Olaf finishes off our week with two music selections. Ride on King Jesus, performed by Black Ensemble and Gospel Choir of St. Olaf. Used by permission under OneLicense.net license #A-703883. Our theme music,...

Duration:00:42:27

Liberating Joy: April 29 - May 2

5/3/2019
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This week we hear from Meredith Stolte '19, Garrett Bond '19, and students from the course Latin American Liberationist Christianity: Ryan Celski '22 and Eugene Sandel Jr. '22. As an added treat, enjoy a piece performed by Collegiate Chorale, a treble choir conducted by Anton Armstrong '78. Let Us Go Now to the Banquet, played by Thomas Pearson '19 and sung by the congregation. Used by permission under OneLicense.net license #A-703883. Blessing by Katie Moran Bart, sung by Collegiate Chorale...

Duration:00:51:47

Salt and Light: April 22-25

4/26/2019
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This week we heard from a St. Olaf staff member, a guest from our ELCA synod, and two senior students. William (Mack) Austin, custodian of Boe Chapel and Pastor of God's Revelation Church in Minneapolis, spoke on Monday. On Tuesday we were joined by Emily Carson, Director of Communications for the Southeastern Minnesota Synod. Our two student speakers, Andrew Reuter '19 and Holden Miller '19, finish off the week. Our theme music, Earth and All Stars, is used by permission of Augsburg...

Duration:00:51:24

There Will Be Trumpets: Holy Week 2019

4/21/2019
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College Pastors Matthew Marohl and Katherine Fick share sermons and music selections from St. Olaf's Holy Week celebration in Boe Memorial Chapel. We begin with two sermons on Maundy Thursday, a Good Friday homily, music and a reading from the Vigil, and end triumphantly with Easter morning. Between sermons, the Pastors reflect on what it means to lead Easter services in Boe Chapel. Music from the Great Vigil of Easter was played by James E. Bobb and sung by the congregation and St. Olaf...

Duration:01:01:16

Earnestness and Warmth: April 15-17

4/19/2019
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Our speakers this week are students Addison Tryon '19 and Sarah Kalsow '19, and Steve McKelvey, Professor of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science. They cover topics of inclusivity, vocation, and learning to treat each other with respect and dignity through the sport of curling. Theme music used with permission by Augsburg Fortress.

Duration:00:37:47

The Truth in Our Stories: April 8-11

4/12/2019
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This week we hear chapel talks about personal journeys and our connection to each other, presented by Amanda Westcott '19, Sophie Wang '19 (Sexual Assault Resource Network), College Pastor Matthew Marohl, and Aaron Musser '19. Theme music used with permission by Augsburg Fortress.

Duration:00:46:32

Saying Grace: April 1-4

4/5/2019
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This week we hear from two students and Pastor Katherine Fick. They discuss discovering the grace all around us and applying to our daily lives. Also, a special treat! Prof. Anna Deveare Smith was on campus this week to accept an honorary degree. During her remarks she spoke about discovering a grace-full way of experiencing and creating art as a connection point for humanity.

Duration:00:57:12

Faith Travels: March 18-21

3/22/2019
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Students from month-long Interim trips to France reflect on their study abroad and how it informed their faith. Next, Father Alex Busuttil from the Alto Cayma Mission in Arequipa, Peru speaks on transforming faith into service to others. Finally, Kayla Carlson '19 brings us an inspiring talk on body positivity.

Duration:00:56:28