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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
Sunday September 14, 2014

11 am mass with Fr. Bucki SJ presiding
3 pm Protestant Worship with Rev. Dawson presiding
7 pm mass with Fr. Dahlinger presiding

Handprints Retreat for first year students

September 12-13, 2014

Click here for an application.

Praying Between the Lines: Prayer Practices of American Nones

5:30 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 16, Panasci Family Chapel

When asked what practices they find "spiritually meaningful," only one traditional religious practice – prayer – is consistently mentioned by the religiously unaffiliated, including Nones who self-identify as agnostic, atheist, or humanist. What does it mean when Nones report that they "pray?" The talk will take place in the Panasci Family Chapel on the Le Moyne campus and is free and open to the public.

Dr. Drescher has written for the Washington Post, Sojourners, and Salon and has been highlighted by NPR and the BBC. She is the author of Tweet If You ♥ Jesus: Practicing Church in the Digital Reformation and the forthcoming Choosing Our Religion: The Spiritual Lives of America's Nones. She holds a doctorate in Christian spirituality from the Graduate Theological Union and teaches religious studies and pastoral ministries at Santa Clara University.

Her talk is sponsored by the McDevitt Center for Creativity and Innovation and is offered in conjunction with a course developed with funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities' Enduring Questions Program, What Does Prayer Do? www.whatdoesprayerdo.net

For more information, contact the McDevitt Center at mcdevittcenter@lemoyne.edu or (315) 445-6200.