Campus Ministry is associated with Assumption Church (on campus) for all of its sacramental needs.
To find a full listing of Masses and sacramental opportunities, click here.
In addition to what is listed on the Assumption Church website, students wanting to make a confession may call Fr. Chris at anytime at x3381. Confession is also available before the student Mass on the first Sunday of every month or every Saturday from 4-4:45 pm.
Students are also welcome to attend perpetualadoration in the Rosary Chapel (next to Assumption Church) daily from 8:30 am to 8:00 pm. Not only is it a great place to contemplate Jesus in our lives, it is also one of the best quiet, air-conditioned spaces on campus.
The Student Mass is at 7:30 pm on Sunday, most often celebrated by Fr. Chris.
The music is more contemporary and afterwards students are welcome to gather at the café in the campus ministry lounge across the lawn. The food is free and the company is great . . . and everyone knows you’re not quite ready to hit the books, so join us for Mass and then the café for as little or as long as you like.
SACRAMENTAL PROGRAMS AND PREPARATION
IN ADDITION, we have two programs designed especially for students who desire to rediscover their Catholic faith or become more invovled.
THIS IS HOME
Offered through Assumption Parish, THIS IS HOME is an orientation session of sorts. Dates are found on theAssumption Parish website, but it is usually the first Sunday of each month from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm.
During the program, attendents will have an opportunity to learn more about the history of Assumption parish, the Basilian Fathers, ministry opportunities; and have a chance to ask the priests questions we don’t usually get a chance to ask.
Above all, this is a chance for you to meet people at the parish in a more intimate environment. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Fr. Chris at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ADULT CONFIRMATION AND RCIA (RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION FOR ADULTS)
Many students come to university and rediscover the importance of their faith. During your university experience, you start to make choices because they are important to you – not just to your parents.
In other cases, students who have never been exposed to the Catholic Faith decide they are better people because of the encounter.
If you find yourself in either situation, we are ready to help you find the answers to the questions you still have and walk a little further in your faith journey.
Both the RCIA and Adult Confirmation course last 9 weeks. Meeting times vary, but they all last one hour and do require some out-of-class work. Start times change throughout the year, so it is best to contact Fr. Chris at email@example.com if you are interested in learning more.