Prayer and worship are important in the life of all people of faith, so we hope that these opportunities will give you the space to grow in your relationship with God! Campus Ministry offers a variety of both Ecumenical and Catholic opportunties for prayer, worship, and liturgy.
The Rock: Praise and Worship is a weekly oppurtunity to join in this communal time of worship and praise on Monday nights at 8:00 pm in Somer's Main Lounge. It is a time of worship with a live band and thought-provoking speakers. All are welcome! Want to help with the music at Praise and Worship? Email email@example.com.
All are welcome to celebrate Mass with us during the academic year. Our Sunday Mass is celebrated at 6:30 pm in the Our Lady Queen of Peace Chapel whenever classes are in session the following Monday. The Sunday Masses offer many opportunities for students to get involved in a liturgical ministry (lector, greeter, Eucharistic minister, gift bearer, music minister). We also offer a Tuesday night Mass in the Our Lady Queen of Peace Chapel whenever classes are in session. The Tuesday night Masses feature a more intimate gathering and are sponsored by a different group of students who live on campus each week. We hope you choose to pray with us throughout the year!
Complete College Mass Schedule
Students are invited and encouraged to participate in all aspects of our liturgies. While all people are welcome to join us in celebrating the Mass, students are especially encouraged to consider serving in the liturgical ministries. We need people to serve as Eucharistic Ministers, lectors, greeters, choir members, cantors, and musicians. We encourage students to step forward and be vital members of our community!
Interested in being a Liturgical Minister?
Anyone interested in being trained as a Greeter, Eucharistic Minister, or Lector please...
Contact Lori at x5933 or firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a training time.
Interested in being a Music Minister?
Anyone interested in singing in the Liturgical Choir, being a cantor, or playing accompaniment please...
Contact Lori at x5933 or email@example.com
Music Ministers for the Sunday Mass meet on Sunday afternoons to practice at 4:00pm in T4605. Music Ministers for the Tuesday Mass meet at 8:30 pm in the gathering space of the Chapel to practice.
Confessions are heard in the Reconciliation Room in the Our Lady Queen of Peace Chapel from 8:30 - 8:50 PM on Tuesday evenings.
Larger celebrations of the Sacrament of Reconciliation are organized each Advent and Lent.
Advent Vespers & Lenten Vespers: Advent Vespers and Lenten Vespers are St. Scholastica traditions which brings together people from all parts of our St. Scholastica community including: students, faculty and staff, administration, and sisters. Advent Vespers takes place in conjunction with the December "Lighting a Tradition" ceremony. Both Vespers services are ecumenical prayer services including songs and readings of scripture and reflections.
There is a room set aside within the Campus Ministry office for individual or small group prayer. Anyone looking for a quiet place to pray may stop by the Campus Ministry office anytime between about 8 am and 10 pm. All are welcome.
The St. Scholastica Monastery invites the College community to participate in many opportunities throughout the year. To go to the Monastery's website click here. Additional opportunities are offered by the Monastery for students - click here for more information.
The College community is invited to pray with the Monastery:
Daily prayer (Monday-Friday): 6:45 a.m., 5:20 p.m.
Eucharist (Monday-Friday): 11:45 a.m.
Sunday: Eucharist 11:00 a.m.
All students, staff, and faculty members are encouraged to participate in our College Liturgies. All Catholics are especially encouraged to make the College Liturgies a fundamental part of your faith life here at the College of St. Scholastica. For those who are not Catholic and are looking for a place to worship within the Duluth community, the Duluth area offers a wide variety of houses of worship. Click here for a list of local non-Catholic churches.
Mondays at 8:30 pm