Spiritual Growth is a Journey Best Taken Together.
Our small prayer groups and Bible studies are welcoming circles where students come together to explore, share, and connect on a deeper level. No matter where you are on your spiritual path, these gatherings provide a space where your thoughts and questions are valued. It’s about building friendships that are centered on Jesus, as much as nurturing your faith.
As part of your Saint Francis education, you have the opportunity to be formed as an intentional disciple of Jesus Christ. Campus Ministry provides a number of paths for encountering Jesus and deepening your faith.
Bible Study Gatherings
Explore God’s word through student-led Bible studies held in our residence halls.
Prayer and Faith-Sharing Groups
Join a small group discussion dedicated to prayer, Scripture, and other faith-based topics.
Order of Christian Initiation of Adults
If you’re interested in learning more about the Catholic faith or are thinking about becoming a member of the Catholic church, Campus Ministry can help you explore your options. All are welcome to learn about the Catholic Faith and ask questions for better understanding on what it means to be a Catholic Christian. Email Sr. Mary Joseph at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
“I always went to Catholic school, but it’s different here. No one forces you to go to Mass or participate; we choose it for ourselves and that makes for a richer experience. I’m with people who want to dive deeper into their faith. It’s inspiring and freeing.”Adilynn Girardot ’23 Social Work
“As a Peer Minister, I lead a weekly Bible Study and participate in events like Praise and Worship, Healing Night, and Taco Thursday. There are lots of different retreats and opportunities to prioritize your faith. Last year I participated in SEEK, a national conference for college-aged Catholics. That experience pushed me deep into my faith.”Grant Giacomin ’23 Graphic Design major
“Since I connected with Campus Ministry, my faith journey has really accelerated. Being surrounded by so many great role models has made me a better Catholic. I found a real home with Campus Ministry and that gave me the freedom to go deeper into my faith.”Alaina Ganser ’23 Health and Exercise Science major
“I’ve met amazing people here, especially through Campus Ministry. Sister Benedicta and Megan Quigley are awesome. Their lives are a testament for their love for Jesus. They are great mentors and role models.”Addison Krebs ’24 Biology major, Theology minor