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    Campus Ministry is a presence of Christ for you on campus.  Whether you are facing a difficult decision, struggling with God’s Will, or just need to talk, we invite you to consider Campus Ministry as a resource.  Visit us on the first floor of Saint Francis Hall!

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  • Currently, our Masses are offered in person and streamed on Facebook and Instagram.
    All programs will comply with Social Distancing rules and facemasks will be required.
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    Announcement February 21, 2021 --The First Sunday in Lent

    • Why do Catholics Teach That will be on Wednesday at 8 pm at JFK. 
    • Stations of the Cross will take place during Lent on Fridays at 3 pm in the Chapel.
    • Every Wednesday and Sunday during the Lenten Season, the Friars will be publishing a short online reflection that will be posted to Campus Ministry Youtube and Campus Ministry’s website.
    • Fr. Stephen and CRU will be offering a Worship, Prayer and Scripture night on Friday, February 26th at 7 pm in the Chapel.
    • Eucharistic Adoration takes place each morning from 8:30 am-9:30 am in the Agape Chapel.  You can stop in for a few minutes or the whole hour.  This is a good opportunity for Lent.

    February 22, 2021-Chair of Saint Peter Feast Day --Today we celebrate the feast of the Chair of Saint Peter. We are not celebrating a piece of furniture, but the role and office of Peter within the Church. And that office, presently held by Pope Francis, has been around for over 2,000 years and is a source of authority and unity. 

    February 23, 2021-Saint Polycarp- Patron Saint of Earaches--Polycarp, bishop of Smyrna, disciple of Saint John the Apostle and friend of Saint Ignatius of Antioch, was a revered Christian leader during the first half of the second century.

    At 86, Polycarp was led into the crowded Smyrna stadium to be burned alive. The flames did not harm him and he was finally killed by a dagger. The centurion ordered the saint’s body burned. The “Acts” of Polycarp’s martyrdom are the earliest preserved, fully reliable account of a Christian martyr’s death. He died in 155.