Love and be Loved
This is our main thing because our goal is to know Christ. By being formed in God’s word, we can know Christ personally and provide a place for others to know Him as well. We have Bible Studies happening Monday-Thursday nights, so you should be able to find one that fits your schedule!
Once a semester we gather at 221 Aqua Dr. (our address) for a night of worship, inspiration, and community. We begin with a meal, then move to the chapel for praise and worship. We bring in a speaker to share some time with us, then separate into men and women sessions. The night ends with Adoration.
Newman Lecture Series
The Catholic Student Center offers the opportunity for students and members of the community to be enlightened and enriched through a series of lectures. These are given by professors, notable Catholic academics and other knowledgeable men and women and challenge the current culture spiritually and academically. These lectures are free and open to the public.
Call or visit the church office to make an appointment with Fr. Long or with Campus Minister Randall Edwards.
RCIA (Becoming Catholic)
RCIA stands for Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults and it is the formal program that allows individuals to become members of the Catholic church. Our program allows people to enter into the Church twice a year, which is different than most parishes’ once a year Easter Vigil mass.