Advent 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. Advent Vespers is an ecumenical prayer service including songs and readings of scripture and reflections. All are welcome!
Get to know the women who started The College of St. Scholastica! Opportunities will be offered for social, spiritual and educational events with the sisters throughout the year. Typically we gather as a large group about three times per semester. Students and Sisters will also meet in small groups several times during the year as well for those who are interested. Students who want to get involved should sign up early in the fall. Contact Campus Ministry for more information.
Want to ponder the big questions of life? You know, questions about life, faith, friendship, relationships, and the future.... Then give this group a try. Groups will usually be made up of students in the same class and gender along with two faculty/staff/sisters. These groups are meant for personal and spiritual growth and facilitated through listening, sharing and responding to others in a small group setting. Groups will meet once a month for about 2 hours, at a time that is convenient for all members. A meal will also be shared during this time. Groups form in the early fall. Contact Campus Ministry for more information.
The Oratory is a room set aside off Somers Lounge for individual or small group prayer. Anyone looking for a quiet place to pray may stop in The Oratory most times between about 8 am and 10 pm. All are welcome. This room may be reserved for Bible studies and small groups as well. Contact Campus Ministry for more information.
In collaboration with the St. Scholastica Monastery's Center for Spirituality and Enrichment, Campus Ministry is able to offer spiritual direction to current CSS students at no charge.
Spiritual direction is an opportunity for you to explore your faith/spirituality and to deepen your relationship with God. Spiritual direction is simply a conversation between two people, in which one person consults another, more spiritually experienced person, called a spiritual director, about the ways in which God is breaking into their life.
The St. Scholastica Monastery and Center for Spirituality & Enrichment invite the College community to participate in many opportunities throughout the year. For more information: Monastery's Website and Center's Website.
The College community is invited to pray with the Monastery:
Daily prayer (Monday-Friday): 7:00 am, 5:15 pm
Eucharist (Monday-Friday): 11:45 am
Sunday: Eucharist 11:00 am
Campus Ministry Center
The College of St. Scholastica
Tower, Room 20
1200 Kenwood Ave
Duluth, MN 55811