The Office of Campus Ministry at Carlow serves the pastoral and spiritual needs of the University community and provides a variety of opportunities for service, reflection, prayer, and worship – which both support and reflect the Core Values of the University.
The Office of Campus Ministry is one of the four offices within the Center for Mercy Heritage and Service.
Every effort is made to connect students with local faith communities of their preference in the Oakland and surrounding areas, which is home to a rich diversity of spiritual traditions.
Lenten Reflection Journal
Lent is a special time of reflection and renewal. During this Jubilee Year of Mercy, we are pleased to provide the 10th annual Lenten reflection journal as a source to guide your journey and deepen your experience through this spiritual season. We invite you to download the Lent 2016 Daily Reflections (PDF).
Students are invited to tend to their spiritual well-being as they grow through their academic and personal lives at Carlow University. The Office of Campus Ministry provides programs, liturgies and services which support and nurture students as they face the challenges and joys of life while pursuing their careers and vocations.
Programs and Events
- Christian Leadership Training
- Bible Study
- Faith Forum- discussion with leaders and practitioners of specific faith traditions or world views
- Feast of St. Michael Celebration
- Feast of St. Nicholas
- Lenten Reflection Journal
- Monthly Spirituality Week
- Small Group Faith Sharing
- Feast of St. Joseph the Worker
- Groundhog Day Food Drive
- Graduation Retreats
- Busy Person Retreat
- Exploring the Catholic Faith
- Lenten Evenings of reflection
- Holy Pittsburgh-visiting spiritual sights in the area
- Faithful Citizenship – Voters’ Issues
- Volunteer Service Trip Commissioning
- Resident student floor Programming
- Room Blessing
- Evenings of Reflection
- Pastoral Counseling
- Mardi Gras Celebration
How Carlow Students Can Get Involved With Campus Ministry:
- Liturgical ministers
- Small Faith Group Leader
- Bible Study Leader
- Musicians for worship
- Writers for Lenten reflections
- Peer mentoring
Room 208, University Commons (located on the 2nd floor behind the Information Desk). The chapel and an interfaith prayer room are located on the 5th floor.