Campus Ministry Campus Ministry focuses on the care of the whole person: spiritually, emotionally, intellectually and physically as he or she relates to his or her own life and relationship with God. Our goal is to offer opportunities for faith development through encouraging a personal relationship with God and building a faith community on campus.
Faith development takes on many forms: worship and liturgy, sacramental preparation, retreats, faith education, spirituality, formation for leadership, pastoral counseling, spiritual direction, community building, social activities, and service outreach. An alive faith extends far beyond the walls of a chapel and colors how we live all our days.
Responding to ethical issues and participating in projects that highlight peace and justice in our world are priorities. Campus Ministry programs offer a forum to engage in discussions with faculty, staff, administrators, and students on topics that are relevant to culture and society. Campus Ministry also sponsors lectures and activities that make faith and justice real components of living out the Gospel.
Since AMC is a Catholic college, our programs flow from our Catholic tradition and stress the practices of the Catholic religion. However, all our programs are open to non-Catholics and take into account the interfaith reality of our campus population.