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Worship On Campus
Taking time out of our day for worship and prayer is a vital piece of our spiritual development. The Office of Campus Ministry encourages each person to actively involve themselves with a worship community, whether on or off campus.
Doerr Chapel and the Interfaith Chapel are both great places on campus to sneak away to for your own time of prayer and reflection.
The Interfaith Chapel, located on the first floor of Medaille Hall off the Arnold Memorial Center, has many resources for your use including prayer mats, mala beads, rosaries, and literature on a variety of faith traditions. There is also a piano available for use. The Interfaith Chapel is open from 7am-10:30 pm when the students are in session.
Doerr Chapel, located on the 2nd floor of Ryan Hall, is named after alum Mary Martha Hatch Doerr. This worship space is our primary location for weekly liturgies but is also available to you as a place of prayer and solitude. As long as Ryan Hall is open, Doerr Chapel is available to you.
If you're interested in attending a Catholic Mass, consider joining us in Doerr Chapel Fridays at noon or Sundays at 7 pm.*
You can expect a welcoming atmosphere, lively music, readings from Scripture, a short preaching, Eucharist, and prayer at our liturgies.
*Please note that no liturgy is offered Sunday nights when the University is closed on the following Monday and during the summer months. Contact the Director of Campus Ministry if you would like a copy of the liturgical schedule.
We understand that our campus offerings might not fit into your schedule, nor fit your particular spiritual flavor. We are happy to point you to off campus faith communities.