Wednesdays at 11:30 am
Every Wednesday at 11:30 and Sundays at 4:30 in McGivney Hall, students, staff, faculty and community members join together as people of God in praise and thanksgiving, listening to the scriptures, breaking the Eucharistic bread and opening ourselves more fully to God’s self-giving love. We welcome everyone who wishes to participate in the celebration.
Students can also contact Campus Ministry to arrange to talk to a priest and for the sacrament of reconciliation.
Each year, students, faculty and staff choose a theme for social justice initiatives on campus. Projects creating awareness and opportunities for involvement will be held during the year to support and promote the theme.
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