Campus Ministry

Grow in your faith

here and beyond.

Who are we?

We are lay people, clergy, religious and students committed to making God known, loved and served. We hope to encourage students’ commitment to their faith, regardless of denomination or faith tradition. 

What’s Happening More Events →

Prayer OpportunitiesService
Sep 24

Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion Training

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Location: Basilica of the Sacred Heart

Anyone interested in helping with the distribution of the Body and Blood of Christ in either the Basilica of the Sacred Heart or a residence hall must first attend an annual training session on either Wednesday, September 13 at 10 pm or Sunday, September 24 at 3 pm. For more information, please email bshministry@nd.edu

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MusicPrayer Opportunities
Sep 24

Rejoice! Mass

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Location: Dillon Hall Chapel

Rejoice! Mass is a Mass rooted in the African-American tradition. All are welcome to attend. Anyone interested in singing with the choir during Mass can come to rehearse at 7:30 p.m.…

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Prayer OpportunitiesService
Sep 24

Lector Training

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Location: Basilica of the Sacred Heart

Anyone interested in serving as a Lector in either the Basilica of the Sacred Heart or a residence hall must first attend a one-time mandatory training session.Two training sessions will be held in the fall on Wednesday, Sept. 13 at 8:30 p.m. and Sunday, Sept. 24 at 8:30 p.m. in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart. For more information, please email Harv Humphrey. 

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Lectures and Discussions
Sep 26

Faculty Caregivers Support Group

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Location: Coleman-Morse, Room 103

If you are a faculty member currently caring for an aging parent, a spouse, or a child with special needs, you are welcome to come to this first meeting of the Caregivers Support Group for faculty.  This first meeting is informational and to gather from you the kind of support you would find most helpful.  Balancing teaching, research, and other responsibilities with the care of a loved one can be stressful and lonely.  This group can offer the opportunity to connect with others, share information and struggles, and listen to how others deal with their situations.  By attending this first meeting there is no commitment.  Come to find out what the possibilities are for you.  All faculty are welcome.   Lunch is provided.

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