As Catholics, we’re always looking for an excuse to feast, have fun, and enjoy each other’s company.
Some feasts are annual staples (e.g. St. Patrick’s Day, All Saints Day). But we like to celebrate other days in the liturgical year that are especially suited for MIT culture (e.g. the Feast of St. Thomas Aquinas). Of particular note is our Easter Vigil party; our greatest social gathering of the year, it is the more earthly continuation of the celebration of this truly blessed night!
The TCC has smaller food-equipped opportunities for weekly community-building. From 7-9 pm every Friday night during the semester, we share a Spaghetti Supper. The meal is enjoyed in a casual setting (if you are interested in helping cook and/or sharing your own cuisine, be sure to mention it over the meal).
Coffee & Donuts
Coffee and donuts are enjoyed after Sunday morning Masses in the Religious Activities Building (W11). Grab your coffee and your favorite donuts and join us at the round tables for conversation and community.
In addition to our structured social events, members of the MIT Catholic community often have spontaneous gatherings that can be as simple as studying together in Killian or going across the river for Saturday morning Mass and breakfast. Ask Mark or Lily to add you to our Slack for updates.