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Campus Ministry

Rooted in the rich Catholic Christian Tradition and ecumenically centered in the reconciling Love of God, the mission of campus ministry at St. Ambrose University is to build a welcoming community of Faith Learning Justice by praying, seeking wisdom, and committing our gifts in leadership and service.

Campus Ministry is here to serve our students in their faith lives, and to assist them in the service of others.


Christ the King Chapel

All are welcome to join us for Masses and other prayer services at Christ the King Chapel. Sunday masses are at 10:30am and 6:30pm during the school year. Daily masses are offered at Noon on Mondays and Fridays, 4:30pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and 9:15pm on Wednesday nights (at the Grotto if weather permits).

Be sure to check the News and Announcements page for any changes in the mass schedule, as well as to check out the Campus Ministry Bulletin!


Welcome Week 2014: August 17 - 27

Welcome back to all of our returning students, and a special welcome to all of our new incoming students and their families into the St. Ambrose community! All new students and their families are invited to join in the Welcome Mass on August 17 at 3 p.m. in the Chapel, come take part in the late night Mass and More tradition beginning on the first day of classes, August 20, at 9:15 p.m. And stay tuned for all kinds of ways to get involved and see what Campus Ministry offers.

News and Announcements

News and Announcements

Stay up to date on everything happening in Campus Ministry - announcements, upcoming events, bulletin notices, and more!

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Faith

Faith

Campus Ministry provides a variety of ways for students to exercise their faith and develop in prayer.

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Learning

Learning

Campus Ministry empowers students to learn more about their faith and the difference it can make in their lives.

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Justice

Justice

With justice and service as a core of St. Ambrose University, Campus Ministry strives to engage students in justice work and issues.

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