Here is a snip of the newsletter article:
The first picture is with some of the Revolution team, Sr. Marie Bernadette, me, and Bishop Aymond. The second is of Christopher when he visited in March.
Once every semester, The REVOLUTION hosts a high-impact evening including a talk about theology of the body, prayer, testimonies, videos made by students, and an invitation to join other students in study groups. This semester the group is adding an event called "The REVOLUTION: Rich in Mercy," an evening consisting of Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and guided prayer for the healing of memories from past sins. The mission is to deepen hope and to strengthen chastity. "As the REVOLUTION continues to grow, we hope to introduce more events focusing on men’s and women’s specific struggles and topics dealing with homosexuality, contraception, etc.," continues Stephanie. "In past events, the church has been almost completely packed. So we will… be looking to move on campus and expand our outreach to embrace our Protestant brothers and sisters in the near future."
Recently, Christopher West spoke to a completely packed crowd at St. Mary’s Church on Texas A&M. Afterwards, he had an opportunity to spend time with the students of the REVOLUTION. Stephanie described the encouragement they have received from Christopher West and TOB Institute, “We have been in contact with them over the past year and their prayers, support, and example of holiness have been an inspiration. From the beginning Christopher’s advice to us has been to ‘pray, pray, pray, study, pray, pray, pray, study, pray…’ encouraging us to go farther than just learning the theology of the body, to truly let sink into our hearts and live it out....God’s thirst for our love has been so evident as we have watched His Spirit stir throughout this movement,” says Stephanie. “The REVOLUTION has already changed so many lives just here at Texas A&M by giving students an opportunity to hear about TOB, study it, and become immersed into a community that encourages them to live it out. Through the REVOLUTION, the theology of the body has brought immense healing and truth to the brokenness of our college campus."