Calendar of Events
Want to know what is going on with Campus Ministry? Select this link to view the Campus Calendar page for the most up to date activities listings.
Relying on our Catholic identity and the charisma of the Sisters of Notre Dame, Campus Ministry at Notre Dame College encourages and promotes the spiritual growth of all students, faculty and staff associated with the college. We accomplish this through:
- Vibrant & welcoming worship
- Faith formation & theological reflection
- Justice education & advocacy
- Leadership development
- Community building
- To create engaging, vibrant liturgy that inspires full participation and produces committed, confident, liturgical leaders.
- To promote the Catholic identity of the College and build community among the Catholic students.
- To welcome and engage increasing numbers of students in faith formation, spiritual development, worship and service.
- To raise the collective conscience of the college around global issues of justice, and promote acceptance of our responsibility to build the Kingdom of God.
- To work with the College Development Office to provide a solid financial foundation and staff support for our programs.
- To provide excellent facilities to accommodate our growing ministry.
Liturgy is the communal prayer of the people of God, the Church. We celebrate the mystery of God’s love made perfect in the person of Jesus Christ, and commit ourselves again and again to carry on the mission Christ gave us.
For Catholics, the Eucharistic liturgy, or Mass, is the central act of our faith. On campus, we celebrate the Eucharist daily. The liturgy is the worship of the entire Body of Christ; all are welcome, all the time! In addition to Mass, we offer ecumenical prayer services and times of reflection throughout the year.
Christ the King Chapel
This beautiful Chapel is located on the third floor of the Administration Building. The Chapel is always open for prayer.
Mon, Tues, Wed, and Fri at 11:30 a.m.
Thurs at 4:30 p.m.
Saturday at 4:30 p.m.
Sunday at 8 p.m. (Student Mass)
**Sunday Night Mass now in Regina Hall Chapel**
Times are subject to change, please go to the Campus Calendar for updates
Service to the community around us is an essential way to express our faith and help others. Growth in social justice knowledge and action are vital parts of Campus Ministry.
The FalconCorps acts as the service arm of the College and offers service opportunities each month! Check out their website to learn about the next opportunity to serve.
Are you looking for a way to broaden your college experience and meet new people while making a difference in the world? Campus Ministry might be for you!
How Can I Be Involved?
- Campus Ministry Leadership Team: This is a group of students who help plan and lead Campus Ministry events. It is a volunteer group of people open to anyone who is passionate about seeing Campus Ministry thrive.
Internships: The Harig and Mahlberg Endowed Internships were created to provide opportunities for students to lead and be mentored in Campus Ministry. Interns are compensated each semester with a scholarship and are required to meet certain guidelines.
Select this link for the Guidelines (HarigEndowedInternshipDescription.pdf, 26.0 KB)
- Participate: All activities, service projects, liturgies, small groups, and retreats are open to anyone who is interested in joining us!
- Volunteer: If you are interested in helping plan a particular event, help out with one of our liturgies (lector, musicians, Eucharistic minister, etc.), or even help clean up, then volunteer on an individual basis - we would love to have you!
- Student Employees: Each year the Campus Ministry office is looking for hard working students who qualify for work study to help around the office.
While recognizing the diversity within the Notre Dame College community and the wide spectrum of religious backgrounds therein, Campus Ministry encourages all people to pursue their own spiritual development. Campus Ministry is fundamentally committed to being welcoming and hospitable to all people in our events, liturgies, and activities.
Partners in Campus Ministry:
Catholics on Call assists young adults to reflect on God’s call in their lives. We reach out to people like you—men and women of college and post-college age—who may be considering the possibility of a life of service in the Church as a lay minister, religious sister or brother, or priest.