theotokos_image.png Theotokos is the Marian Ministry at Catholic University. Theotokos, a Greek word, is an ancient title for the Virgin Mary, meaning "God-bearer" (Mother of God). Theotokos aims to promote knowledge of and devotion to Our Lady.

Participate in Rosary vigils and other meetings with your fellow students, learn more about Marian Consecration, participate in liturgies in honor of Mary, and help spread devotion to her.

October 2020: Marian Candlelight Procession

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October is the month of Our Lady of the Rosary! Join the CUA Council of the Knights of Columbus and Theotokos for an on-campus Marian Candlelight Procession Thursday evening, October 8, at 6:30 p.m. Watch this space for live stream information, which will be provided closer to the event!

Marian Events 2020-2021

theotokos-events.jpgJoin your fellow students for the first campus-wide Rosary Vigil of the 2020-2021 school year: Wednesday, September 16, at 8:30 p.m., in front of St. Vincent Chapel. (The Vigil will be postponed in case of inclement weather.)

In addition to Rosary Vigils and the Marian Candlelight Procession in October, Theotokos will be sponsoring other Marian events during the 2020-2021 Academic Calendar Year.

Watch this space in the upcoming weeks for details on additional prayer opportunities, meetings and other events!

The Most Holy Rosary

rosary_image.pngThe Most Holy Rosary is a prayer firmly grounded in Scripture and dear to countless faithful over the centuries. When we pray the Rosary, we allow ourselves to be guided by Mary to ponder, as she did, the saving mysteries of Christ in our hearts. No other prayer outside of Holy Mass is more highly recommended by the Church, and Our Lady herself (at Fatima) has exhorted us to pray the Rosary daily. The prayers of the Rosary in English and Spanish are available here .

For More Information

theotokos-our-lady-caldwell.jpgIf you are interested in learning more about Theotokos and in participating in upcoming events, please contact Fr. Louis at smithcg@cua.edu.