Campus Ministry offers a variety of events throughout the academic year that build community, foster spiritual growth, and promote awareness.
Advent Faculty/Staff Retreat / December 3: 10am-Noon
Take a break from all the holiday stress and relax with the Center of Spirituality and Discernment. Learn how to Prepare the way of the Lord this advent season with workshops and a talk from our guest speaker: Sister Clare , a Franciscan Sister and Retreat Leader at The Franciscan Spiritual Center in Aston, Pa.
Did you ever consider doing a year of service after graduation?
Villanova has one of the highest numbers of seniors who go on to do a year of service in the nation!
Most programs give you valuable job experience, room, board, health insurance and a modest stipend---and an experience that will transform you for life!
For more information, contact Irene King in Campus Ministry:Irene.firstname.lastname@example.org
A Day of Escape for Freshman / November 23
All New Students! Sign up now for this introduction to college retreats. Get away from campus for a weekend of escape and renewal. Escape is a prerequisite for first year students to be able to attend Search, Camping and Canoeing, Silent and Quiet retreats.
Click Here to register on line
Freshman Escape Print Application
Thanksgiving Dinner Donations
By donating Thanksgiving Turkey Dinners, your donation will enable a low-income family in a Project H.O.M.E. or North Light Community Center neighborhood to have a hearty holiday meal!
Click Here To Register: http://www.villanova.edu/forms/campusministry/projecthome.htm
Father Ray Jackson's Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week (HHAW)
is a campus-wide event grounded in a "preferential option for the poor."
Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week seeks to raise awareness in the Villanova community about hunger and homelessness within the United States and around the world. Through education, service, and advocacy, we are committed to promoting solidarity with the poor by gaining an understanding of the issues of poverty. Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week is motivated by the belief in the inherent dignity of all people and our responsibility to uphold the common good of society.