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2020 - Advent Vespers from Loyola Chapel

As we enter the darkest time of the year, our weary world yearns for light to overcome darkness. This Advent, there is a special desire for moments of peace amidst the chaos. Cheverus President Fr. Robert J. Pecoraro, S.J. shares a brief message followed by a 20-minute service from Loyola Chapel. 

 

0:00 - 3:28 Fr. Robert Pecoraro’s Advent Message

3:29 - Advent Vespers service begins


 


Get involved

For 100 years, students have formed strong bonds during their time at Cheverus, resulting in a loyal, active, and closely-knit alumni community. We invite you to stay involved with the school wherever your adventures have taken you since your days at Cheverus. Here are a few ways to get the most out of the Cheverus Alumni community and to give back in a meaningful way:

  • Attend an Alumni Event on campus or at one of our regional events across the country
  • Come back for Homecoming and/or your class Reunion
  • Make a gift to your alma mater to ensure Cheverus remains one of the best college preparatory schools in Maine
  • Update your contact info and tell us what you've been doing since graduation
  • Contact us to find out how you can volunteer for Cheverus

Update Your Contact Info

Each and every member of our alumni community is important to us, so please be sure to update your contact information  -- this will enable you to continue to receive communication from Cheverus, including the Cheverus Today alumni publication.  Update your information here.

A Call for Volunteers

Are you an alumnus who keeps in touch with your classmates and regularly supports The Cheverus Fund? We are building our Class Agent program and need your help!  Contact John Harvey ‘05, Director of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving, at 207-774-6238 ext. 112 to learn more.

 

Class of 1957 62nd Reunion
Alumni at Luke's Lobster
2019 Cheverus Golf Classic
CBN Networking Event at Oxbow
2019 Athletic Hall of Fame
Volunteer Opportunities

Are you looking for ways to serve the needs of people who are poor, to work for a more just society, and to grow deeper in Christian faith by reflecting and praying in the Ignatian tradition? The Ignatian Volunteer Corps (IVC) is a program for retired women and men, age 50 and over. The IVC incorporates two major components: ministry to the poor and reflection on that ministry.

If you are in the Portland area, the volunteer sites include Catholic Charities, Portland Adult Education, Partners for World Health, ILAP, and Strive. There are IVC programs across the nation. If you are interested in learning more about the IVC, please click here. If you have specific questions regarding the Portland program, the Portland Director Katherine Crosson, MPH can be reached at 207.808.8029 or kcrosson@ivcusa.org

 

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