- May 30, 2020
As the coronavirus has caused normal gatherings for prayer, sacraments and fellowship to be suspended or sharply limited across the U.S., the Fellowship of Catholic University Students has temporarily shifted its mission and outreach to support students, chaplains, alumni and benefactors online.
Young adult Catholics can lead others to God through their actions and daily experiences, a priest of the Diocese of Phoenix told the annual Student Leadership Summit of the Fellowship of Catholic University Students.
A report on Catholic campus ministry at U.S. colleges and universities found nearly nonexistent ministry at the nation’s community colleges.
A doctor’s speech to lay out the “Christian case” for abortion rights at Mississippi State University sparked protests, and has led a pro-life group and Catholic Campus Ministry to announce a counter-event.
Nick Lopez has written one of a series of columns focused on and written by millennials and young adults.
According to a new survey, campus ministers say that among personal activities, Bible study and reconciliation stand apart from other activities as contributing to college students’ growth in faith. Mass, retreats, small groups and one-on-one mentoring are more significant than social events, catechesis and sacramental preparation, and men’s and women’s groups.