SAINT FRANCIS UNIVERSITY
A Community of Faith
Guided by our Franciscan Catholic heritage, Campus Ministry provides opportunities for members of all faith traditions to encounter God in their daily lives.
Monday, Wednesday, & Friday at 12:00 pm
Tuesday & Thursday at 12:25 pm
Sunday at 10 am & 8pm
Friday from 11 am-11:45 am
Sunday from 7pm-7:45pm
Learn More About Campus Ministry at SFU
Grow Your Faith
Campus Ministry at Saint Francis University seeks to care for and nurture the spiritual needs of ALL students, regardless of your denomination or faith tradition. We invite you to learn about and become involved in the many spiritual opportunities we offer.
A Message from Our Director of Campus Ministry
Ways to Get Involved
Mass & Worship
There are a variety of options for Mass and prayer at Saint Francis University. A walk through the Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto, attending mass, or sitting in the beauty of Mount Assisi Gardens are just a few of the options for you to strengthen your connection to God.
Local Worship Directory
Care & Support
You are not alone as you navigate the enormity of college life and the challenges accompanying this journey. Campus Ministry is here to help guide you in your daily life, through times of grief and loss, and in life's greatest decisions. We believe that through this support, you will deepen your relationship with God and build a solid foundation of faith as you Become that Someone.
Our doors, phones and most importantly our hearts are always open to our student body. Contact Us today...your need is never too great or too small.
Campus Ministry Staff
Our staff is dedicated to supporting and meeting you wherever you are on your faith journey.
Come Join Us!
Discover the many opportunities to get involved with Campus Ministry at Saint Francis University.
Franciscan Mission Integration
Saint Francis University aims to be an academic institution where religion in general and Catholicism, in particular, are vitally present and operative across campus. This occurs when theological perspectives, ethical concerns, and faith-seeking understanding intersect with every subject area and academic discipline. Such integration fosters the education of the whole person, through academic and career-oriented learning as well as social, psychological, physical, moral, and spiritual/religious growth.
To achieve these goals, the Office of Mission Integration works with diverse groups, offices, departments, and divisions across campus to implement several objectives outlined in Ex corde Ecclesiae ("From the Heart of the Church"), which is an Apostolic Constitution issued by Pope John Paul II in 1990 describing the "identity and mission" of Catholic colleges and universities.
These objectives are:
- to increase consideration of theological perspectives, ethical concerns, and Catholic teaching in curricular and co-curricular activities;
- to foster the integration of knowledge across subject areas and academic disciplines; and
- to promote conversations across campus between faith and reason in order to bear witness to the harmonious unity of all truth
- to be of service to the people of God and the human family in their quest for transcendental goals which give meaning to life (Ex corde Ecclesiae, 1990, #12-20).