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Ministry Programs

Ministry Programs

LIFE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP

A non-denominational fellowship group, hosted by the CCO, that is open to all students and meets Tuesdays at 8:00 p.m. in the Ryan Room. Students are invited to share faith, fellowship, prayer and praise as they come together to reflect on the role of God and faith in their daily lives. Come for worship music lead by students, interaction with students of all faith traditions, relevant discussions and tasty snacks. Students can also be involved in student leadership, service projects, and small group opportunities throughout the school year.

PRAYER VIGILS

Attend one of our monthly prayer vigils.  We will listen to music, reflect on issues of racial justice, and talk about some action we can do.  All are welcome!

ST. JOHN'S BIBLE

We invite you to explore this work of art that unites an ancient Benedictine tradition with the technology and vision of today, illuminating the Word of God for a new millennium.  Join us for reflection and sharing on Biblical text and illumination

SPRING BREAK SERVICE TRIPS

Every March A group of students travels to help others and learn more about themselves and the world around them.

COFFEE CATHOLICISM

Come together with Father Peter and others to ask any questions you have about the Catholic faith.  We will share lively discussion and good conversation over coffee and dessert.

CAMPUS MINISTRIES

Were you active in your church’s youth group back home?  Why not join the campus ministry club and become active in planning and hosting spiritual experiences for yourself and your fellow students!  We want to hear from you about prayer that is meaningful, events that are fun, and how you want to grow as a spiritual person.  Contact Father Peter Horton peter.horton@laroche.edu.

JOURNEY

For those thinking about confirmation and those interested in joining the Catholic faith, this is a program designed especially for you. The RCIA process is a combination of learning, prayer, and dialogue in a comfortable atmosphere in which the participants reflect on their faith journey and discern the steps to deepen their relationship with God in the Catholic faith. For more information, contact Father Peter Horton at peter.horton@laroche.edu.

PRAYERS FOR YOU! 

The Sisters of Divine Providence are praying for you! Don't forget that if you have a special prayer intention you want them to pray for.  Students are prayed for daily in the Providence Heights Chapel.  If you are feeling alone, remember, you are not. Click here to submit your prayer request online.