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Encountering Faith; Transforming Life

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Pilgrimage of Hope

Hope isn't always the first word that comes to mind when you think about Lent. But, we encourage you to walk with hope during these 40 days and to be involved in some of the opportunities to grow stronger in your pilgrimage.

Religious Discernment Retreat

For men and women

March 8-10 at Governor's Island

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Soup, Spoons and Saints

The Faith, Vocation and Leadership House at 114 Chambers St. invites you to join us for a variety of soups, learn about saint traditions and a Spoons Tournament. March 9, 12:30-3:30pm, 114 Chambers St.

Association of Marianist Universities Lecture

Timothy Shaffer, PhD, will speak on "Engaging the 'Other' for the Common Good: Civil Discourse in Marianist Higher Education" on Monday, March 11 at 4:00pm in Sears Recital Hall.

Faith in Community

A Dialogue about Student Faith Experiences at UD. How do we make space for all faith traditions on a predominantly Catholic campus? Join us to dialogue about this topic on Tuesday, March 12, 9:30-10:45am in the Dialogue Zone (Roesch Library 107).

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Please, let no more innocent blood be shed, neither in the Holy Land nor in Ukraine, nor in any other place! Enough! Wars are always a defeat, always!

Pope Francis

Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage

The Camino de Santiago (Way of St. James) is a medieval Christian pilgrimage route traveled by countless pilgrims for many centuries, ending in Santiago de Compostela in northwest Spain. You are invited to join our pilgrimage group from May 12-June 1 walking approximately 150 miles (that’s 10-15 miles per day). Participants will enter into the spirit of pilgrimage through prayer, spiritual reflection, simple living and enjoying the beauty and culture of northern Spain.

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Campus Ministry Grad Assistant Program

We are looking for faith-filled young adults who feel called to ministry and are interested in sharing their faith by ministering to college students while pursuing a Masters in Theology of Pastoral Ministry. The University of Dayton Campus Ministry GA Program is a holistic lay ministry formation program that uniquely prepares graduates for campus ministry. Alums of our program have gone on to serve not only in campus ministry, but also in parish ministry, music ministry, Catholic schools, hospitals, social service agencies, and more.

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Act on Your Faith

God calls everyone to work to make the world a better place. There are a LOT of ways to do this. Check out SERVICE Saturdays, the REAL Dayton, BreakOut trips, Summer Immersion trips and more through our Center for Social Concern.


Campus Ministry

Liberty Hall, Room 101
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0408

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