MASS AND PRAYER SERVICES
The Office of Campus Ministry plans and facilitates our community worship services. The majority of these liturgical services take place in the form of Roman Catholic Mass, but we also invite outside religious leaders from other faiths to lead prayerful gatherings. Students have the opportunity to be involved in planning and leading worship through Eucharistic ministry, music ministry, and lectoring.
Four times each year, students are invited down to the chapel to pray in their Structured Study classes. These prayers are guided by the Campus Ministry team and occur at the beginning of the year, Advent, Lent, and at the end of the year.
On Ignatius Days (usually Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays), our school community pauses for a 5-minute Examen. The Daily Examen is a prayer form developed by St. Ignatius and involves a prayerful reflection on the events of the day in order to see God’s presence in our lives. Click here for more information on the Daily Examen. These prayers are coordinated by the Campus Ministry team, written and led by students and adults in the community, and are broadcast over the Public Address System.