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What is a S.O.U.L. Trip?
S.O.U.L. (Serving Others United in Love) trips are mission trips that occur during Spring break. Trip options vary from assisting in schools for underprivileged students to working in soup kitchens and homeless shelters to house construction. While on trips, students help those in need while growing personally and spiritually. For more information about the trips being offered this year, stop by the Campus Ministry office.
How do I get involved in a group of activity?
When is Mass celebrated on campus?
Mass is celebrated in Saint Thomas More Chapel each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.
Daily Mass is also celebrated in Saint Thomas More Chapel Monday through Friday at 12:10 p.m.
Campus Ministry has a list of worship locations and times for all faiths available to those worshipping off campus.
What if I'm not Catholic?
Campus Ministry welcomes students of all faith backgrounds and invites everyone to all events. Although Campus Ministry sponsors many Catholic events, opportunities for students of other faiths are available as well. Students of all backgrounds are encouraged to take part in any program that will help in personal and spiritual growth.
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Where is the Office of Campus Ministry?
The Office of Campus Ministry is located in Vlazney Hall. Stop by to find out more about what we do – or just to take a break from a day of class work.