Worship & Sacraments
[All liturgies are held in the Harold J. Coleman Chapel in Murphy Hall]
Monday - Thursday at 4:30 p.m. during summer
Monday - Friday at 4:30 p.m. when students are present
Sundays 10 a.m. - year-round
Sundays 9 p.m. - fall & spring semesters when students are present
Not Catholic and looking for a place to worship? First please know that ALL are welcome to attend Mass on Campus regardless of your faith tradition. But if you prefer, stop by Campus Ministry and we will assist you in finding a place of your liking in which to worship. It is only our pleasure to do so!
Members of the Catholic community share the story of salvation by proclaiming the scriptures to their brothers and sisters. Campus Ministry offers training for all those interested in serving in this way.
The Catholic community celebrates together, sharing the Body and Blood of Christ as one. Perhaps you would be interested joining those who serve the community as a Eucharistic Minister. Campus Ministry offers training for all those interested in serving in this way.
As St. Augustine says, "Those who sing pray twice." The Fisher Catholic community's Sunday celebrations are enriched by the fine singing of all those assembled. We invite you to consider participating in leading the music as a singer or instrumentalist. For more information contact, Deacon Tom.
Campus Ministry offers two communal celebrations to receive the sacrament: 1) Advent Reconciliation; 2) Lenten Reconciliation. Individual confession precedes each of these communal events and is available by mutually convenient appointment with any of the Basilian/Diocesan priests on campus.
Anointing of the Sick
Sacramental anointing is "a part of the prayer of the Church and an encounter with the Lord" for those "whose health is seriously impaired by sickness." This sacrament is available by mutually convenient appointment with any of the Basilian/Diocesan priests on campus.
Those with questions regarding the Rite of Marriage should contact Deacon Tom or any of the Basilian/Diocesan priests on campus. This contact should be made prior to selection of a date or church location.
Children: (UNDER the age of 7)
Parents who desire to have their children baptized AT MASS should contact the Office of Campus Ministry to schedule. Those who desire to have the baptism take place OUTSIDE MASS should contact Deacon Tom or any of the Basilian/Diocesan priests on campus.
Adults: (Anyone OVER the age of 7)
Those adults wishing to become Catholic should contact Deacon Tom for information of the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA). This process is for any adult who finds themselves at one of the following places on their faith journey:
- Never Baptized and inquiring about the Roman Catholic faith
- Baptized in another Christian tradition and desiring to become a Roman Catholic
- A Roman Catholic who has been Baptized and received First Communion but has not been Confirmed