Campus Ministry Weekly Schedule

at Saint Francis University

  • Franciscan

    Weekly Worship Schedule

    Faith, Fun, Fellowship-Opportunities from Campus Ministry 



    Tie-Dye For Chastity —Monday, October 12th—6 p.m. to 8 p.m.—Behind JFK  Come make a tie-dye t-shirt and talk about what it means to live a chaste life.   Shirts are provided. CES approved!  

    If you believe in the importance of investing your time in friendship, the Church, and  helping others, the Knights of Columbus is for you. The Knights of Columbus is an organization of Catholic men, 18 years of age and older, that derive a great sense of satisfaction from being able to develop lasting friendships with each other while helping the less fortunate. Every day, the K of C provides its members the opportunity to discover the importance of charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism to our country and the world.  If this sounds like an organization you would like to be a part of or would just like more information contact Paul Girardi in Campus Ministry. 

    Would you like to belong to one of the largest volunteer organizations of Catholic women in the world? Do you wish to help your community or yearn for spiritual development? Do you believe in the gift and bond of sisterhood? Become a charter member of the Catholic
    Daughters of the Americas
    and help us start our new campus court at SFU! We are looking for full-time or part-time undergraduate or graduate Catholic woman to form the FIRST campus court in the state of Pennsylvania and one of ONLY TWELVE across the entire country!  To find out more about the Catholic Daughters contact Angela Balog at In UNITY and CHARITY!

    Are you passionate about your Catholic faith? Are you looking for a way to share it with others? Do you want to have fun leading retreats for high school students?  If so, please come join us Wednesday evenings at 6:00 p.m. in the Campus Ministry Lounge (located
    beside Cafe Gubbio) for our
    FIREstarters Confirmation Retreat ministry.   For more information about the FIREstarters program ask any peer minister or stop down to Campus Ministry!

    Eucharistic Adoration - As Catholics, we believe that Christ is truly and substantially present in the Eucharist, therefore, the Blessed Sacrament is to be given the same adoration and devotion that is accorded to Christ.  This form of Adoration is where individuals can have a quieter, personal, and more private prayer time with our Eucharistic Lord.  For more information contact Paul Girardi in Campus Ministry.

    RCIA-Many adults entering the Catholic Church, or those just thinking about it, follow a process known as the RCIA — the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults.  If this is something you are interested in, contact us at Campus Ministry.   If you have been Baptized Catholic but have not received your First Holy Communion and/or Confirmation contact Campus Ministry for more information.  If you are planning to marry in the near future and are looking to receive these sacraments prior to marriage it is best to do that before beginning your marriage preparation in the Catholic Church.


     · Christian Praise and Worship Service-A non-denominational service is held Sundays at  11:30 am Frankies, JFK

    · CRU meets Thursdays at 7:30 pm in the Boiler House

    · Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets Wednesdays at 9 pm at Twyman-Stokes Room, Stokes Gymnasium.  All are welcome!



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