Tickets & Registration


Registration is required for many events. Unless otherwise noted, see the schedule to register.


Get your free tickets to this year's keynote speakers,

Opening Keynote Address
Who Cares? Charity, Justice and the Quest for the Common Good

Dr. Carolyn Woo
President and CEO of Catholic Relief Services

Monday, February 2

4 p.m. Address, AMU, Weasler Auditorium

5 p.m. Public Reception, AMU, Rotunda

Join Dr. Carolyn Woo, who leads the international humanitarian agency for the Catholic church in the United States, for a discussion about how we view charity and justice in today's world and how the Marquette community can engage those who are underserved.

Closing Keynote Address
Bringing it Home: Connecting the Work of CRS to Marquette

Vanessa Tobin and Dr. Mwayabo Jean Claude Kazadi

Thursday, February 5

4 p.m. Address, AMU, Weasler Auditorium

5 p.m. Public Reception, AMU, Rotunda

Marquette is poised to connect even more deeply to a world in need through its distinctive partnership with Catholic Relief Services. Join two of CRS' key leaders - Dr. Mwayabo Jean Claude Kazadi and Vanessa Tobin - as they bring the urgent, life-saving work of CRS into full focus and talk about the ways in which global solidarity is not only possible, but imperative. From relieving unthinkable suffering to paralyzing structural change, CRS is on the scene and ready to serve in partnership with Marquette and others.

Keynote tickets are now available in the Brooks Lounge, Alumni Memorial Union, first floor. Available while supplies last. Limit two tickets per person on a first-come, first-served basis.

Brooks Lounge hours:

  • Monday through Thursday: Noon - 11:30p.m.
  • Friday: Noon - 11 p.m.
  • Saturday: 2 p.m. - 11 p.m.
  • Sunday: 2 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.


Catholic Relief Services photos

Quick links

Daily reflection

Friday: The Caring and Compassionate God
by Irfan A. Omar, Associate Professor, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences



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Mission Week 2015 is being underwritten by a generous grant from the Cottrell Family Foundation. It is coordinated through the Office of Mission and Ministry and the Center for Peacemaking.