Life on campus bring with it much growth -- but also stress at times. Many people find this transition to young adulthood challenging; many feel that finding answers to life's big questions is more difficult than it was when they were younger. What does my faith mean to me? Who is God? What am I called to do with my life?
Prayer can help with life's questions, and praying together can help to build friendships with people and with God. We hope you take advantage of our many opportunities for prayer!
Saturdays at 4:30 pm, Sundays at 8:15 am, 10:30 am, and 5:30 pm. Most students worship at the 5:30 pm mass. We also have daily mass in the chapel at 8:00 am and at noon on campus in TUC 417 on Fridays.
We offer two overnight retreats: The Fall Getaway at Camp Ernst, September 29-30, 2012 and the Metanoia Retreat at Moye Spirituality Center, February 1-3. Both of these retreats are wonderful opportunities to get away from it all, to connect with friends, and to reflect and pray.
Spiritual Direction (or just someone to talk with)
If you want to grow in your faith, discern your life's next step, or just have a conversation about meaningful things, feel free to contact us. We're here to listen to you and to offer whatever support we can.
“Were not our hearts burning within us while he spoke to us on the way and opened the scriptures to us?”
Thursdays, 6:30 pm Parish Hall
Are you looking to meet other students, grow in your faith, and add some prayer to your life? Join us after dinner on Thursdays for Emmaus, when we’ll learn about our faith, reflect together, and pray.
This semester we’re offering Adoration and the Life of the Saints. You can come to some or all of the sessions, and we'll let you know the topics in advance. Hope you can make it!
March 28th: Holy Thursday Mass at 7:00 pm.
Small Group Faith Sharing
We have many opportunities for Faith Sharing. We have a men's group, a women's group, and co-ed groups meeting now. New members are always welcome!
Spirituality and Faith
By its very nature, Christianity calls us to an ever-deeper understanding and appreciation of our faith. . . . Members of the faith community who achieve a more mature grasp of their Christian faith are in a better position to understand themselves and their world. Those who continue their theological education are better able to reflect on their experiences in the light of the Gospel.