The 10th anniversary of the tragedies of 9/11 is upon us.
At the University of St. Thomas, the victims of these tragedies will be remembered and honored during the 11 a.m. Mass on Sunday, Sept. 11, in the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas. This Mass also is the Opening Mass for the school year.
For those who wish to reflect on how St. Thomas reacted, remembered, honored and reflected on the happenings of 9/11, view the following articles from the St. Thomas Magazine, The Scroll and Bulletin Today.
If you’d like to leave a comment about your memories of 9/11, visit St. Thomas’ Facebook page.
From the St. Thomas magazine:
From The Scroll:
“The Best in All of Us (reflections on the death of Osama Bin Laden)
From Bulletin Today:
- 3:30 p.m.: All classes canceled at the University of St. Thomas (9/11/01)
- Regular class schedule resumes today (9/12/01)
- Opening Mass today offers opportunity to mourn, pledge to fight hatred (9/13/01)
- Personal Counseling offers help in coping with tragedy (9/13/01)
- Moment of silence, Masses planned at noon today; related updates (9/14/01)
- One week later: St. Thomas journalism grad shares his memories of New York tragedy (9/18/01)
- A candlelight vigil will be held tonight (9/19/01)
- Students abroad: International Education continues programs, monitors security (9/19/01)
- Open forum tomorrow on ‘UST Community Considers the Nation’s Response to Terrorism’ (9/20/01)
- Monday forum to focus on understanding the viewpoints of possible terrorists (9/21/01)
- Campus events will honor the memory of Sept. 11, 2001 (9/5/02)