Campus Ministry will offer two faith opportunities for graduate students this summer to expand relationships with God and with other graduate students.
Graduate Student Camino Small Group
Graduate students from all disciplines are invited to a summertime peer-led faith-sharing group. The hope is to create a supportive community for reflecting on our lives in light of faith, especially through praying with the Gospel.
The purpose is to deepen relationships with God, build a supportive faith community, reflect spiritually on our lives as students, develop relationships with graduate students across disciplines and to enjoy God’s goodness. The group will be generally Catholic and Ignatian in orientation, but members of all faith communities are welcome. The group will meet virtually every other week for one hour.
To register, contact Rev. Philip Sutherland S.J., graduate student of philosophy.
Women’s Graduate Student Camino Small Group
Graduate students from all disciplines will gather for a summertime peer-led faith-sharing group.
Utilizing Catholic faith resources and drawing upon Ignatian spirituality, the group is dedicated to building community and greater closeness with God. Group members will identify a mutually convenient regular one-hour meeting time. This group may be offered in-person or hybrid depending on COVID safety protocols.
To register, contact Lauren Hunt.
With questions about either of these two offerings, contact Steve Blaha, assistant director of Campus Ministry.