Welcome to Campus Ministry!
Campus Ministry exists to help all members of the University community experience the love of the living God in their lives. By empowering students, staff, and faculty to take ownership of their faith lives, we encourage active participation in diverse ways of learning and living faith on campus. In particular, we form leaders, build community, and engage in prayer and worship. Rooted in the Catholic and Holy Cross tradition, we seek to meet all members of the UP community where they are in their chosen traditions, cultures, and practices. All are welcome and valued.
Campus Ministry Highlights
Leadership with Campus Ministry
Central to Campus Ministry's mission is cultivating student leaders to live faith-filled lives on campus and long after graduation. Campus Ministry offers numerous opportunities to grow in faith, spirituality, and leadership. These opportunities are available to people of any faith background. To learn more about the many ways to serve the student body of UP while learning new skills and honing your talents, visit the link below.
Learn more about Leadership Opportunities
Silent Retreat: Apply now!
Campus Ministry’s Silent Retreat encourages students to experience God’s presence more deeply through a weekend of quiet prayer, reflection, and solitude, away from many of life’s distractions. The retreat will be February 10-12. Applications and more information are available now
. Apply by Jan. 30.
Learn more about the Silent Retreat
Ministry at Mass
All students are encouraged to assist with Masses at the Chapel of Christ the Teacher as Lay Eucharistic Ministers, Readers, Altar Servers, and Greeters. If you are interested in being trained for any of these roles, please be in touch with Anthony Paz, email@example.com
Learn more about Liturgical Ministries
Sisterhood of Heartfelt Empowerment Kick-off
The Sisterhood of Heartfelt Empowerment (SHE) is having its Spring Kick-off, which is open to all female-identified UP students, even if you're not sure you want to join! On January 26, come to the Terrace Room at 7pm for a event exploring ways for female-identified persons to help support each other.
You may also sign up for SHE by visiting this page.
Learn more about SHE