The Office of Campus Ministry serves to provide students with opportunities to grow in their relationship with God and others. Faith, like any gift, is given freely and cannot be forced upon anyone. Yet, when one responds to the gift of faith, the grace given to them is immeasurable. Students are encouraged to actively participate in their faith. This includes responding to the needs of others, protecting and defending the vulnerable and marginalized in our society, and seeking God’s will for their life.
CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR FAITH ENRICHMENT
- School-wide Mass
- Daily Mass during flex (Monday - Friday )
- Class retreats
- Community service
- Catholics in Action Club (C.I.A.)
- The March for Life in D.C.
- Catholic Days at the Capitol in Tallahassee
Fr. Casey F. Jones, our school Chaplain, leads the students in their daily faith life.
Fr. Casey Celebrating Mass and leading the Prayer Service at the Freshman Retreat
Students at the March for Life 2016 in Washington D.C. and with Bishop Dewane at the Cathedral.
Students joined with parishioners from local parishes as they celebrated the Respect Life Mass at the Church of the Resurrection and 40 Days for Life March with Bishop Dewane.
The student body in prayer during the season of Advent.