Worship and sacramental life of the Church: The University community gathers for worship and prayer at the Chapel of St. Anthony through the celebration of the Eucharist (daily and Sunday Mass) and prayer services organized throughout the academic year. Students are invited to participate in the sacramental life of the Church and join the music team on Sunday and special Masses.
Igniting prayer: Recognizing the presence of God by daily prayer before engaging in daily tasks at the University (i.e. Staff meetings, University official events, lectures, student events, morning prayer and first coffee of the week, study sessions, university games, etc.).
Faith Sharing: Campus Ministry works in collaboration with ResLife by offering a weekly faith sharing group for Young Adults. Topics discussed are related to daily life experiences in light of faith.
Growing in the Faith: This program is offered to STU students, faculty and staff who might be curious about the Catholic Faith and, if they chose, it leads to the reception of the Sacraments of Baptism, First Communion and Confirmation.
Retreats: Day or weekend long time for prayer and reflection, where students explore their vision and questions on life and on God's presence and work in their lives and in the world.
Informative gatherings: Thought provoking gatherings where people at the University community analyze contemporary issues and where students share their values and ideas on these topics of special attention.
Servant leadership: Campus ministry supports the call of the Gospel and the social mission of the Church to work for the poor and vulnerable. The Staff strive to creatively respond, expand and support University efforts.
Fellowship: Campus Ministry promotes opportunity to meet people and develop friendships in a relaxed and fun atmosphere. These include: beach retreat, cookouts, picnics, holiday celebrations, parties, movies, coffee breaks, etc.
“In you, O, God, have I hoped” – St. Thomas of Villanova.