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Campus Ministry




Rooted in the Catholic tradition and guided by the spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola, the Office of Campus Ministry serves the religious and spiritual needs of the Le Moyne College community. Campus Ministry dedicates itself to the Jesuit ideal of cura personalis (care of the whole person) and cultivates the formation of women and men for and with others.

Campus Ministry provides opportunities for students, staff, and faculty to grow spiritually, to engage in social justice and direct service, to make spiritual retreats, and to actively practice their faith. In addition, Campus Ministry welcomes and serves persons of various religious affiliations and faith traditions.



Upcoming Events
Memorial Service for Professor David Smith

Wednesday, September 24, 4 pm in the Panasci Chapel

Family Weekend: September 26 - 28

Extra Masses:  Bring your family to church!

5 pm mass on Saturday: Fr. Dunghe presiding

9:30 pm mass on Sunday: Fr. Hevern presiding

11 pm mass on Sunday: Fr. Dolan presiding

3 pm protestant worship: Rev. Dawson presdiing

7 pm mass on Sunday: Fr. Kirby presiding

Join Us for a Women's Retreat

Participate in a weekend exploring issues of spirituality from a feminine perspective as well as build a community with those present. Explore the opportunity to ask questions such as: What are you most proud of? What are you doing when you feel most beautiful? How do you intend to set the world on fire? Enjoy great food, shared & individual reflection time and so much more.

Location: Jesuit Villa on Cazenovia Lake
Dates: October 3rd-4th
Cost: $20.00

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The Child Migrant Crisis: Root Causes and Real Solutions

7 p.m., Tuesday. Sept. 23, Reilley Room, Reilly Hall

The recent child migrant crisis has spread global awareness of the violence and instability threatening the northern triangle of Central America (Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador). In El Salvador, this crisis stems from a broader yet unacknowledged phenomenon of forced displacement in which hundreds of thousands of Salvadorans are forced from their homes every year due to gang violence and organized crime. This conflict is not separate from, but rather a continuation of, a history of extreme social exclusion that led to the Civil War in the 1980s.

Hannah Peris of Cristosal, a human rights nongovernment organization based in El Salvador that works closely with victims of forced displacement and marginalized communities, will address the root causes of this crisis, the legal and social structures that propogate it both in the US and El Salvador, and how we as international actors can become partners for long-term change and a regional peace process.

Peris began working with Cristosal in 2013. Her work focuses on expanding existing programs in El Salvador related to community development, protecting victims of forced displacement and violence, and building programmatic support in North America. Hannah previously worked in environmental consulting as a geochemist in Seattle, and graduated from Columbia University with a degree in environmental science and sustainable development.

Ferguson, Mo.: It's Your Problem, Too!

6:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 25,  Grewen Auditorium, Grewen Hall

Professors from Le Moyne, Onondaga Community College, Syracuse University and Colgate University will be discussing the events surrounding the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., late this summer. The case, which has drawn national media attention, remains under investigation. Students, faculty, and anyone that attends may ask questions and discuss. This event is free and open to the public.