From: Catholics at Booth (FT)
Date: September 8, 2019
Subject: [CAB] Pre-term Activities

Happy 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time!

Read below for a sneak preview for the quarter. 2Ys, be sure to sign up for the recruiting novena below (i.e., don't just ignore this email until you're back on campus).

We're excited to begin this year and look forward to seeing you all on campus soon!

Your co-chairs, 
Kaitlyn, Jenette, Lily, Nicole and Faisal

Recruiting with The Boss

No, we do not meet Bruce Springsteen but the O.G. Boss, the Patron Saint of Workers, St. Joseph himself! If you're recruiting, why not add some Divine Intervention to your career search toolkit and join us for a Novena to St. Joseph.

We'll send you a daily email with the prayer for the day from either Sep 15-22 (for full-time recruiting) or Oct 6-13 (for internships). Sign up here by Sep 14!


Pre-LOR Mass

For all the 1Ys out there, LOR may start Sunday morning but you can still join CAB for Mass! 2Ys in town are welcome.

Jenette will be heading to Holy Name Cathedral for 5:15pm Mass on Sat, 9/14. Meet in the MPP lobby at 4:50pm and we'll walk over together. If you have any questions or want to meet us there, reach out to Jenette directly.


First Speaker of the Year

Join us for lunch on Wed, Oct 23 at 11:45am for a conversation with Betsy Bohlen, a former Partner at McKinsey & Co and the most powerful layperson in the Archdiocese in Chicago. RSVP now below. 

As always, if you have any questions or ideas for CAB, reach out to the co-charis at

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Finding your Calling: The Why and How of Career Decisions

Wednesday, October 23, 2019
11:45am - 1:15pm
HC 219, 5807 South Woodlawn Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60637
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Join us for a lunch with Betsy Bohlen - the COO of the Archdiocese of Chicago and former Partner at McKinsey & Company.

Come hear Betsy speak about deciding to leave her firm, handling the challenges of operating Chicago's Catholic Church, and integrating her faith with her career.

Lunch will be provided. All Booth students are welcome.