Nurture your Spirit as you grow in wisdom. 

The Office of Campus Ministry serves the pastoral and spiritual needs of the University community and provides opportunities for service, reflection, prayer, and worship.  In the Catholic Mercy tradition of our founders, we welcome everyone and strive to meet the needs of those from all faith traditions in ways which both support and reflect the Core Values of the University. 

The Office of Campus Ministry is one of the three offices within the Center for Mercy Heritage and Service
  


Lent 2018 - 

Lenten Reflection Journal

We invite you to download the Lent 2018 Daily Reflections (PDF, 20 MB)

To write for the upcoming 2019 Journal, please fill out the interest form

 


 

The Office of Campus Ministry provides opportunities to learn about and grow in faith including: 

  • Small group discussions, studies and communities
  • Diverse speakers
  • Catholic sacraments, study, and community
  • Pastoral support for Carlow community members of all faiths and denominations
  • Referrals to local pastors, leaders, and communities of all religious traditions and denominations
  • Companionship for the journey with sacramental preparation and initiation into the Catholic faith
  • Prayer and worship opportunities in the Catholic tradition, as well as interdenominational and interfaith services
  • Connections to diverse local faith communities  in the Oakland and surrounding areas, which is home to a rich diversity of spiritual traditions 

 

Sacraments


What     WhenWhereWho
Daily Mass8amMother of Mercy Chapel, ConventAll are welcome
Sunday6pmMcAuley Chapel, 5UCAll are welcome
 9:30amMother of Mercy Chapel, ConventAll are welcome
Tuesdays 12pmMcAuley Chapel, 5UCAll are welcome

 

Reconciliation/Confession/Spiritual Advice


Tuesday 11-11:45am213B UC or by appointment

 

Baptism/Confirmation/RCIA

Please contact Campus Ministry at campusministry@carlow.edu or Fr. Mark at mathomas@carlow.edu at any time to discuss your unique faith journey.  Meetings begin in the early Fall and continue through Easter Sunday. 



Other Events

  • Leadership Training
  • Feast of St. Michael Celebration
  • Feast of St. Nicholas
  • Feast of St. Joseph the Worker 
  • RCIA, for those seeking confirmation or baptism or those who want to explore the Catholic Faith
  • Holy Pittsburgh-visit and tour local sacred places with students from area colleges
  • Faithful Citizenship Forum - Voters' Issues
  • Volunteer service trip commissioning
  • Resident student floor programming
  • Room Blessing
  • Pastoral Counseling 
  • Mardi Gras Celebration  


 

Would you like to know more? Fill out the Campus Ministry Interest Form.