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Campus Ministry provided me with experiences that made my faith come alive. From the jam packed 9PM masses to the experiencing global injustice in Nicaragua to some of the most profound retreats that I've ever been on. I'm grateful for my experiences with the Campus Ministry community.

Jurell Sison, Class of 2010

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Retreats

Our retreats are open to students of all faiths and all those who are actively searching for deeper meaning and purpose in their lives.

Jamaica Immersion

Immersion Experiences

Immersion trips are seven to ten day experiences to a variety of domestic and international locations that invite and challenge participants to enter into solidarity with the people, culture, history, and other realities of the region.

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Small Faith Communities

Carroll Faith Communities (CFCs) are grounded in spirituality and community. They are a safe place to reverence the individual experiences that bind us together. Groups consist of 8-10 members who gather weekly for faith-filled conversations.

Christmas Carroll Eve

Liturgy and Worship

More than 100 students are involved in planning liturgies, as sacristans, lectors, Eucharistic ministers, and altar servers. In addition to Mass on campus, there are other opportunities to participate in Catholic devotions.

Labre

Social Justice Initiatives

nspired by Catholic Social Teaching and dedicated to a “faith that does justice,” Campus Ministry engages students in social justice related activities through immersion experiences, advocacy trips, speakers, workshops, and much more!

CM First Year Retreat

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First Year Retreat was honestly just want I needed. Navigating my first semester was difficult and this retreat helped me to meet new people that I could unpack my faith with. It provided me with a new community and a new awareness of what I wanted out of college.

Freshman Student

Regina Sullivan

The Silent Retreat left me with so much to think about, including a desire to learn more about myself everyday and my relationship with God. I think about the retreat often and continue to hold those thoughts and feelings with me in my day to day life.

Sophomore Student

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Border Immersion

US/Mexico Border Immersion

Participants will explore the intimate human elements of the migration situation. We will be working with CRISPAZ (Christians for Peace in El Salvador). The objective is to raise awareness and understanding of migration issues that affect Central and North America as to ignite involvement.

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Manresa Retreat

This retreat is rooted in and introduces students to Ignatian spirituality, especially the Principle & Foundation, found in the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. When St. Ignatius arrived in Manresa, Spain, he experienced a time of great reflection on his life, his limitations, and his love for God. This retreat is open to students of all faith backgrounds; NO prior retreat experience is required. The retreat is led by a diverse team of students and offers large and small group experiences, group building activities, times of individual prayer reflection, communal prayer experiences, and free time.

Labre

The Labre Project

Every Friday, students meet in the Green Road Annex at 3 p.m. to prepare food for the evening. We cook a meal for around 80 people which will be distributed throughout the course of the night. After the preparation of the food, we have a reflection at the Rodman Chapel at 5 p.m., to prepare our minds and souls for the night. If students are unable to help cook, they are invited to join the Labre Project at 5 p.m. to begin their evening. We return to campus around 11 p.m. and have a remembrance of those we met that night.