Worship with Us
Join the St. Catherine community for Mass every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in Our Lady of Victory Chapel.
Our Triduum services are held in Our Lady of Victory Chapel on the following dates:
- Thursday, March 28, 7:30 p.m. Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord's Supper
- Friday, March 29, 7:30 p.m. Good Friday Service
- Saturday, March 30, 8:00 p.m. Great Vigil of Easter
- Sunday, March 31, 10:30 a.m. Easter Sunday Celebration
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At St. Catherine University, students, faculty and staff of all religious traditions share in creating a community of faith that engages in social justice. Through Campus Ministry, you’ll find the support, inspiration and opportunities you need to explore your faith and spirituality, build a community of friends and seek justice. Campus Ministry promotes a common search for wisdom and the integration of academics and faith in daily life.
Many members of the St. Catherine community serve at Mass, held every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in Our Lady of Victory Chapel, and at other celebrations held throughout the year. Opportunities for students include music ministry — cantors, Chapel singers, instrumentalists celebration singers — liturgical dance and liturgical ministry, such as readers, greeters, or Communion ministers.
Daily Mass is celebrated at 9:30 a.m. at Carondelet Village, the residential living space for Sisters of St. Joseph and others, adjacent to the St. Paul Campus.
Social Justice Ministry
The social justice ministry at St. Catherine includes charity, justice, service, advocacy and active reflection. It explores the intersections of faith and justice from both an individual perspective and as a citizen of the world.
Campus Ministries hosts social justice trips over January term and spring break, and every November it takes a group to the annual School of Americas vigil to experience the power of music, speech, drama, faith and solidarity in witness for justice at the largest ongoing peaceful protest in the United States.
Movies, outside speakers, retreats and campus conversations that pool energy and resources with other campus organizations help students become more aware of social justice issues. Volunteers in Action (VIA), a chartered student organization, coordinates volunteer opportunities for students.
Spiritual and Retreat Ministries
Weekly gatherings support students as they explore faith and spirituality. “Catholic Chat” is an ongoing discussion of Catholic faith. The Sharing the Heart group meets regularly to reflect on the Scripture and take action. Prayer partners and spiritual mentors are available for conferences, and student retreats are scheduled throughout the year.
Campus Ministry celebrates the Gospel call to community by gathering students, faculty and staff to share word and sacrament in ways that welcome and honor the diverse spiritual traditions of members of the University community. It empowers students, staff and faculty leadership by educating in faith development and engaging in social justice advocacy and change.