Sunday Mass - 11:00 am (with the Monastery) & 6:30 pm*
Daily Mass - 11:45 am*
*Located at Our Lady Queen of Peace Chapel
CSS Catholic has several actives which strive to serve students and grow as a Catholic community. We have Mass which is a great way for our community to grow in faith together. We also have events throughout the year such as coffeehouses, retreats, opportunities for Reconciliation. Of course we can't forget to mention our small groups, where students have fun getting to know a small group of students. All are welcome to our events! Hope to see you soon!
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. 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!
Anyone interested in singing in the liturgical choir, being a cantor, or playing accompaniment Anyone interested in being trained as a greeter, Eucharistic minister, lector or being a cantor or playing accompaniment please...
Contact Campus Ministry at email@example.com or stop by T20.
Fr John Petrich is available for reconciliation during the 45 min prior to our evening Masses on Sundays.
Retreats are offered multiple times throughout the academic year. We offer evening retreats several times per year on Friday evenings, and we offer overnight retreats from Friday evening to Saturday afternoon as well. Our retreats give students a chance to relax, pray, worship, hear speakers, and discuss their faith in community. Evening retreats are facilitated primarily by our student peer ministers and overnight retreats are facilitated primarily by our professional campus ministers. Retreats are free for students and transportation is provided.
September 13-14 - Fall Overnight Retreat at Camp Amnicon
October 18 - Fall Evening Retreat at McCabe Renewal Center
December 6 - Advent Evening Retreat at Peace Church
January 31 - February 1 - Winter Overnight Retreat at McCabe Renewal Center
*Transportation and meals provided
In collaboration with the St. Scholastica Monastery's Center for Spirituality and Enrichment, Campus Ministry is able to offer spiritual direction to 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.
Campus Ministry Center
The College of St. Scholastica
Tower, Room 20
1200 Kenwood Ave
Duluth, MN 55811