Campus Ministry is rooted in the school's Roman Catholic identity, while having an emphasis on Franciscan spirituality. Just as St. Francis of Assisi reminds us that "we have been called to heal wounds, to unite what has fallen apart, and to bring home those who have lost their way," Campus Ministry is dedicated in forming young leaders of all faith backgrounds to help develop their talents, so that they too can follow his example of global stewardship while living in solidarity with the poor. Campus Ministry is a safe space for all students to come and express their faith, to share questions regarding their faith, and to discover their roles in best serving the campus and global community. Campus Ministry, essentially, is a group of students that is faith inspired and student powered.
Campus Ministry promises to find opportunities to promote social and global reforms, that are aligned with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church by incorporating at least one of the seventeen Sustainable Development Goals, in each of our fundraisers and Christian service opportunities! These goals were established by the United Nations in 2015 in order to build a more sustainable future for all.