• When and where is Mass celebrated on campus?

    Visit the Campus Ministry website for a complete, up-to-date listing of times and places for the celebration of Mass on campus. To locate the chapels on campus, click here for the campus map or virtual tour.
  • Is the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception accessible to Catholic University students?

    Yes it is! The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, located adjacent to the Catholic University campus, is open 365 days a year for tours, as well as for Masses, celebrations of the Sacrament of Reconciliation, and devotions. Click on the following links for the Mass schedule, Confessions schedule, and Devotions schedule.
  • How can I become involved in my faith?

    Campus Ministry offers a variety of opportunities designed to meet the spiritual needs and interests of students who are at different stages of their faith life. Some of what we offer include days of reflection, monthly discussions centered on faith and current social events, and weekly scripture reflection.
  • How can I become part of Campus Ministry?

    The Graduate Students Activities Ministry assists the members of the Catholic University community in their growth as individuals and as a community so they may be more fully able to celebrate and live the message of the Gospel. The pastoral and student staff exercises their ministry in a variety of ways: community prayer, liturgy, forming days of reflection and other opportunities to gather as a community and reflect on God's presence in the world.
  • I’m not Catholic. Can I still participate?

    Students from other Christian denominations and religions are welcome to participate in any Campus Ministry services or activities. The office also maintains a list of area clergy, ministers, imams, and rabbis, including information on the services provided by other religions and Christian denominations. Feel free to contact the Office of Campus Ministry for further information.