What is X.A.L.T.?
X.A.L.T. can be considered a youth group of sorts for students of Saint Mary's College. It acts as a continuation for students to continue learning about their faith in college or for people simply interested about the Catholic Faith. X.A.L.T. is an acronym for X Night, Adoration Night, Logos Night, and Traditions Night. We gather every week on Wednesdays from 7:30-8:30 pm to participate in one of the nights.
The cycle begins on X Night and continues until we get to Traditions Night and then the cycle repeats. X Night stands for Christian Fellowship where we usually partake in a game whether it be Fishbowl or Jeopardy. Adoration Night is reserved for more prayerful nights where we'll meditate in front of the Blessed Sacrament or pray a Bilingual Rosary. Logos Night is when as a group we will study the scripture for the coming Sunday and find common themes within the different readings. Lastly, there is Traditions Night where we will invite several guest speakers to talk about a Catholic Issue or tradition whether it be volunteer opportunities after graduation or Vocations.
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