Wreck 'em and God Bless!
As I think about those friends I call on to share a success, or those I turn to when I am hurting, I am reminded of the impact CSA has had on my life. As I look at all the roommates, bridesmaids and groomsmen, husbands and wives, godparents and in-laws that have resulted from the friendships and bonds started in the Catholic Student Center, I am utterly amazed. And truly thankful for the Mystical Body.
I am fortunate enough to still be a parishioner at St. Elizabeth in Lubbock and see first-hand the amazing ministries of the CSA groups that are still going strong – and thriving more than I could have imagined when I became involved in the mid-90s. Recently I have been asked to join the Catholic Student Center Advisory Board and that has opened my eyes to even more remarkable happenings for CSA.
This is my heart-felt appeal from one CSA aluma to all of our alumni. . . think about those times spent in Lubbock rejoicing and praising and praying. Then think about those people you turn to share your successes and your heartaches. Think of where you would be without those times and those loved ones. Think about how you want those moments and those “awakenings” for other students at Texas Tech. Then pray about how you can give back to an organization that gave you so much.
Raider Awakening #1