B.A.S.I.C (Brothers and Sisters in Christ)
Students give up time in their winter or spring break to travel to urban or rural areas in the United States and the Republic of Panama in order to work side-by-side with the poor in Vincentian communities. If interested, please contact campus minister Monica Saltarelli - email@example.com
LIFT Small Christian Communities
Get a lift from LIFT! LIFT stands for Living In Faith Together. It is student organized and peer managed. A small group of students (generally five – 10 students) gather weekly to reflect on Scripture (usually taking the Sunday Mass readings) and to pray, discuss, and share their faith. LIFT allows students to discover their experience of God in light of their daily life by building community, through mutual support and encouragement.
St. Vincent de Paul Society
Participation with the St. Vincent de Paul Society involves students in the legacy of a man whose life teaches us that it is through our love of the poor that we can truly see the face of God. Regular meetings, community service projects, and prayer are important to the members of this organization. For more information and how to get involved with SVDP contact Monica Saltarelli firstname.lastname@example.org
A great way to learn more about the Sacred Scriptures and to improve your prayer life is to become a regular member of a small group faith sharing or Bible study group. Each semester, there are a variety of times, locations, topics, and formats offered to suit most every interest. Students from all faith perspectives are welcome. All one needs is an open mind, a caring heart, and an interest in growing in your own faith tradition. For more information, contact Kristina Schliesman at email@example.com.
Confirmation RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults)
The confirmation process, as well as sacramental preparation for Eucharist and penance, is available for Catholic students who wish to receive First Communion or confirmation. The RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) process is available for those students who are thinking of becoming Catholic. Contact Fr. John Dang at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 286-8407 to learn more.
Campus ministry welcomes readers and Eucharistic ministers to serve at Masses. Those wishing to be trained should stop by the Office of Campus Ministry or call us at 286-8400, or e-mail email@example.com.
- Eucharistic Ministers
- Musicians and Choir Members
Ministry Advisory Board
The Campus Ministry Advisory Board assists the staff in planning and evaluating events. New members are always welcome. Please contact Fr. Kevin Creagh at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in serving on this advisory board.
Our Eucharistic celebrations need music to lift the heart and spirit to be heard and sung well. To truly celebrate our faith, choir members, cantors, and instrumentalists are essential. The Alumni Chapel Choir is open to anyone who likes to sing or can play an instrument. The 11 a.m. Mass features familiar hymns from the Word & Song hymnal, while the 10 p.m. Mass blends traditional liturgy with contemporary praise and worship music. For more information, please contact Kristina Schliesman at email@example.com
Invisible Children of Northern Uganda
Student run club which raises awareness and funds for children forced into slavery and as child soldiers. Regular meetings are held throughout semester. Contact Monica Saltarelli at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pax Christi / NU Students for Life
Interested in making a difference in the world? The NU chapter of Pax Christi, an international social justice organization, strives to promote social justice in our local and global communities. We do this by raising awareness on campus about a variety of issues and by lobbying for justice in appropriate forums. Students, faculty and administration are invited to participate! For more information contact campus minister Monica Saltarelli at email@example.com.
Give yourself the time you deserve to get away, meet new people, relax and take stock of where you are. Campus ministry-sponsored retreats allow you to do just this. Our student retreats are led by campus ministers and students. Watch for the next retreat date. For more information, contact Kristina Schliesman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Need a rosary? Want to have your own copy of “Niagara Praise” prayer book? Stop by the Office of Campus Ministry today … they are free!
Need a prayer for a loved one or friend – please send his or her name to email@example.com and we will include them in our campus prayers.