Rather than collect candy, we collect canned goods for the less fortunate. This service project is a tremendous help for our local food pantry.
A candlelight vigil is designed by members of the SJC community to support Covenant House, the largest privately funded childcare agency in the U.S., and provides shelter and service to homeless and runaway youth.
There are opportunities throughout the semester to serve others at soup kitchens in Indiana and Illinois. Information will be posted on campus.
Respect for Life assists the local Birthright Chapter and examines respect for life issues like abortion, cloning, capital punishment, euthanasia, etc.
Students volunteer in collection and distribution of food at local food pantries.
During the fall semester a group of students, peer ministers, meet to begin preparations for youth retreats. These retreats (primarily for Confirmation) are held, on campus, for middle and high school students from the dioceses of Lafayette and Gary during the winter semester.
Forming leaders for the Christian community is an important aspect of Campus Ministry. Students are encouraged to take leadership roles in all areas of Campus Ministry. We also offer the opportunity to attend the "Catholics on Call" leadership program during the summer months.
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