Campus Ministry

University of Dallas Campus Ministry

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"The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because He has anointed me. . ."

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Mission Statement

The Office of Campus Ministry at the University of Dallas seeks and trusts in the Wisdom and power of the Spirit of God, who, through the humanity and divinity of Jesus Christ, calls us to become a community of faith. As a Eucharist-centered community, we strive for spiritual, intellectual, and moral development of all our members, so that together we can work for justice and peace while preparing students as effective leaders in church and society. In the spirit of true ecumenism, we welcome students of all faith traditions to participate as fully as possible in all our prayer and programming. We have much to learn from each other.

Located on the 2nd floor of the Haggar student center, the Campus Ministry Office is always open, and anyone is welcome, either to talk to one of our staff members or to just relax and enjoy a snack.

Campus Ministry also offers a variety of activities and other ways for students to get involved in the University of Dallas community. From a lecture/discussion series to Bible Studies to volunteer opportunties throughout the university and Dallas area communities, there is something for everyone. For more information regarding Campus Ministry activities, see our Programs page.

Go to The Bulletin for current information and upcoming information.

Do not forget to check out  The Daily Readings!

 


Celebration of the Eucharist - During the academic year 

Saturday (Anticipatory) 5:00 pm

Sunday 9:00 am, 11:00 am, and 7:00 pm*

Monday- Thursday 12:05 and 5:00 pm*

Friday 12:05 pm only

*During the academic year only

Sacrament of Reconciliation - During the academic year

Monday*, Wednesday*, & Friday 11:00 am

Saturday at 4:00 pm

*During the academic year only

Reconciliation is also available by appointment.  Please contact Fr.Don @ 972-721-5118 orddvorak@udallas.edu.

IS GOD CALLING YOU?

Learn about life as a Priest, Brother or Sister. Vocation Awareness Program for single Catholic men and women, ages 18-40. For more information, contact Father John Szatkowski, Director of Vocations, Dallas Diocese at 214-379-2860 or emailjszatkowski@cathdal.org, or, visit VAPInfo The Vocation Awareness Program is sponsored by the Serra Clubs of the Dallas and Fort Worth Dioceses in conjunction with the Diocesan Vocation Offices of Dallas and Fort Worth.

No pressure...No Cost...No Obligations.

 

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