Campus Ministry

 An excerpt from Fr. Bryan N. Massingale's Racial Justice and the Catholic Church.

Social life is made by human beings. The society we live in is the outcome of human choices and decisions. This means that human beings can change things. What humans break, divide, and separate, we can — with God's help — also heal, unite, and restore. 

What is now does not have to be. Therein lies the hope. And the challenge.


Come, Holy Spirit!
Fill the hearts of your faithful.
Enkindle within us the fire of your love.
Come, Holy Spirit!
Breathe into us a fiery passion for justice.
Especially for those who have the breath of life crushed from them.

Statement of U.S. Bishops’ President on George Floyd and the Protests in American Cities


The LMU community is invited to attend a virtual weekly prayer service based on the Sunday scripture readings. While we cannot be together to celebrate the Sunday Eucharist in Sacred Heart Chapel, we can gather together and be united in prayer as we celebrate the Liturgy of the Word and offer the LMU Communitys prayers of petition.  We hope youll be able to join us this Sunday, August 9 at 1 p.m. To attend, register here.

We hope that our website will provide you information about the many ways to get involved in Campus Ministry. We are a place on campus that lives out the mission of the University and assists our students to:

Believe, Belong, Become.

Please read our Mission Statement if you would like to know more about our role in the mission of LMU -- promoting the spiritual growth and faith formation of our LMU students.

The LMU community is invited to attend a virtual weekly prayer service based on the Sunday scripture readings. While we cannot be together to celebrate the Sunday Eucharist in Sacred Heart Chapel, we can gather together and be united in prayer as we celebrate the Liturgy of the Word and offer the LMU Community’s prayers of petition.
Interested in getting involved with Campus Ministry? Fill out our interest form. If you have any questions, email us at
LMU Campus Ministry offers the following prayer for the people of Beirut, in the aftermath of today’s tragedy.
Students of all faith traditions and walks of life come together each week in small groups to reflect, pray, and discern where God is moving in their lives. Small groups are tight-knit communities that support each member through both the graces and challenges of college life.

From the LMU Office of Intercultural Affairs, a page with resources, programs, networks, and possibilities for engaging in the self-reflection and action necessary for taking part in dismantling the structures supporting systemic racism.
LMU continues to monitor and respond to the worldwide spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19)
On June 16, 2020, President Snyder declared Juneteenth to be a university holiday and asked that it be "a day of reflection and action.” In response, LMU’s Campus Ministry humbly offers its own prayer of witness and commitment. Compiled from our individual voices, we come together to denounce racism in all forms and to profess collectively that Black Lives Matter. Moreover, inspired by LMU’s Roman Catholic identity and the heritage of our sponsoring religious communities, we have created a virtual “witness and prayer” wall where our individual and collective voices may affirm unequivocally the inherent dignity of each and every person and also commit ourselves to the service of faith and the promotion of justice for all of God’s people. Click below if you would like to contribute.
Share your intentions and we will pray with and for you
Musician, Theologian, Assistant Professor of Theological Studies and beloved friend of Campus Ministry gives a "heart-witness" to the Spirit of Pentecost.
A video collection for and with LMU Campus Ministry
A few reflections from the department of Theological Studies at LMU

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