Christian Life Communities
Christian Life Communities are small faith-based groups of students who agree to meet on a weekly basis to grow in spirituality, community, and service. Contact Kelly Miguens, Campus Minister for more information.
The Christian Life Community (CLC):
-is a way of life that invites us to encounter God in all the various aspects of our everyday life
-provides an opportunity to reflect on these experiences, enabling us to become more aware of God's activity in these experiences
-enables us to respond in ever more authentic ways to God's desire within our individual and communal lives
-are student-led groups of 6-10 fellow students who commit to a weekly meeting
CLC is built on 3 Pillars:
CLC participants embrace a willingness to grow in knowledge and love of God and Jesus through prayer and reflections on one's life.
Students who engage in CLC are intent on becoming "friends in the Lord", expressing a trust and openness to one another, an ability to keep confidence and a commitment and willingness to grow.
CLC participants become knowledgeable in the root causes of injustice and participate in various service projects together.
Call and Commitment / Vocational Discernment
Students interested in exploring a call to church ministry as a priest, religious or layperson can Email Father Rick Malloy, S.J. for more information.
Knights of Columbus
A active Knights of Columbus is present on campus for men at the University . Please contact Fr. Dan Sweeney, S.J for more information.
University Mission and Ministry, DeNaples Center 200
Phone: 570-941-7419 / Fax: 570-941-4837
Office Hours: M-F, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.