Guided by the Catholic faith in the Mercy tradition, Carlow Campus Ministry welcomes you into a journey of faith and discovery of all God calls you to be.

Now available! 2024 Lenten Reflection Journal

Published annually, the Lenten Reflection Journal includes daily reflections for your Lenten journey.

Campus Ministry provides:

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  • Support in your faith tradition by providing space and connecting you to local faith leaders and communities
  • Small groups for gatherings, studies and discussion
  • Opportunities to learn more about the Catholic faith
  • Community building through visits, retreats, Lunch and Learns, and informal meals/gatherings
  • Personal support through communal and individual prayer, pastoral counseling, open-minded listening and Busy Person retreats

McAuley Chapel hours of operation

McAuley Chapel, Eucharistic Presence and Interfaith Prayer Room are open 24/7 by swiping student ID cards.

Catholic and interfaith offerings

The Carlow Campus Ministry offers weekly liturgy and reconciliation and completes sacramental preparation through RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults). RCIA prepares adults for full membership into the Catholic Church.

Carlow University Campus Ministry has an active chapter of the Interfaith Youth Core, with student leaders trained at the Interfaith Leadership Institute.  

Other events

  • Leadership training
  • Feast of St. Michael celebration
  • Feast of St. Nicholas
  • Feast of St. Joseph the Worker 
  • Holy Pittsburgh (visit and tour local sacred places with students from area colleges)
  • Faithful Citizenship Forum (voters’ issues)
  • Volunteer service trip commissioning
  • Resident student floor programming
  • Room blessing
  • Pastoral counseling 
  • Mardi Gras celebration 
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