campus ministry

By: Jessica L. Marsala
Originally Appeared in : 9909-4/25/19

Planning an intercollegiate retreat requires a willingness to be flexible and accommodating—both to the needs of students as well as to the promptings of the Holy Spirit.


By: Jessica L. Marsala
Originally Appeared in : 9908-4/11/19

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By: Jessica L. Marsala
Originally Appeared in : 9902-1/17/19

More than 50 college students, one chaplain and two campus ministers from the Diocese of Savannah journeyed to Indianapolis, Indiana, Jan. 3-7 for the biannual SEEK Conference., hosted by the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS).


By: Jessica L. Marsala
Originally Appeared in : 9809-4/26/18

ROBERTA--White paint emerged from the paintbrushes, bottles and rollers in their hands, transforming the rainbow of color beneath, now dry.


Though harmless on paper, these colorful words and designs — now covered, crossed out or rewritten — represented the long list of concrete fears, insecurities and questions that troubled their collegiate minds and that of their peers.


By: Jessica L. Marsalas
Originally Appeared in : 9802-1/18/18

SAVANNAH--SEEK Catholic Campus Ministry opened both the new year and new semester with a Mass January 10.


During his homily, celebrant Father Jason Adams told the intimate group of congregants gathered in University Hall on what is now the Savannah-based Armstrong campus of the newly consolidated Georgia Southern University, that they should start the year by following the examples of young Samuel and Jesus in the day’s readings.


By: Michael J. Johnson
Originally Appeared in : 9726-12/21/17

Addressing the rationale for recruiting Campus Chaplains in a letter to pastors dated December 11, Bishop Gregory J. Hartmayer, OFM Conv., wrote, “Campus ministry is essentially ministry in higher education. It has an important role in helping students to assess the knowledge they are acquiring through the eyes of faith and to discern how they will use that knowledge in their profession. Because these young Catholics are in the process of occupying leadership roles in society, theological reflection and moral formation are key.”


By: Michael J. Johnson
Originally Appeared in : 9709-4/27/17

“Apart from Christ we can do nothing. With Him we can do all things.”

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