Worshiping at Villanova

Campus Ministry and the Center for Worship coordinates all liturgical celebrations for the Villanova University community. Our liturgical celebrations are of a Roman Catholic tradition. For all those who are part of another faith tradition and wish to practice near campus, please see our links for other worshiping opportunities.

Regular Mass Schedule

         Parish Liturgy

Sunday Mass
                    7:30 and 10:30AM    St. Thomas of Villanova Church

University Liturgy

Saturday Vigil Mass
                   5:30 PM                    Corr Chapel

Sunday Evening Liturgies
                   5:30, 7 & 9PM           St. Thomas of Villanova Church

Daily Mass Schedule

                    12:05 & 5:30PM        Corr Chapel

Special Devotional Prayers

Reciting the Rosary in the New Grotto (weather permitting) or Corr Chapel on Tuesday at 5PM.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament takes places every Monday,Wednesday, and Friday in the Monastery Chapel from 11:30AM to 1:30 PM

Sacrament of Reconciliation Every Tuesday & Wednesday at 3:30 to 4:30 PM and every Wednesday evening during Lent from 6:30 to 7:30 PM in the Church or by appointment in Campus Ministry beginning March 12.

Centering Prayer is Tuesdays at 8:15AM in SRCCR and Thursdays at 5PM in Corr Chapel

All are welcome.

If you have any questions, please contact: joseph.mostardi@villanova.edu

[610] 519–4080


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John 11: 1-45

In the Spirit of St Augustine ask yourself the question: “What about the readings of Palm Sunday get me excited?” Jesus is riding into town on a donkey and people are throwing a party! They’re are laying down their cloaks and scampering to cover the road with palm branches to celebrate His arrival. Wait…does this sound familiar? David did the same thing with the Arc of the Covenant! He danced before the Arc as it was brought into the city and so too are the people celebrating at Jesus’ entrance, the entrance of the New and Everlasting Covenant. Whenever we gather together and celebrate the Eucharist we celebrate Christ’s arrival into the Holy City, the Church, and his arrival among us. We are the Holy City, the Church and we’re called to announce His presence and throw a party that invites everyone to the table. How are you extending that invitation?

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