Meetings and Retreats
No need to go it alone when others are asking the same
questions, working through the same issues. Meet new friends,
share what's important to you, learn more about your faith or learn
about a new tradition. Groups form at the beginning of each
semester. Jewish, Muslim and Christian groups have already
- Interdenominational Faith Sharing/Bible Study
Trained student facilitators lead the group in discussion and
prayer using the Jesus Calling Bible study series.
Groups determine their time and meeting place.
- "Catholic Light: Today's Topics & Faith in
Join Fr. Mark Thomas and students for a discussion based on
issues you face. What does the Church Say about it and
Why? What does society say? What do you say? An
inclusive conversation followed by dinner together at
Tiernan. 4 - 5 Tuesdays, Meet in Upper Room 5UC. No
Have questions about the Catholic faith? Want to get more out of
mass? Just want to get together with other Catholics to learn what
they think? Come to relax and talk about whatever is on your mind.
Discussion starts with a look at the Sunday scripture reading.
12:30-1:15 Upper Room 518 UC. Bring your lunch.
- Carlow Interfaith Youth Core
Learn faith from a new perspective! Community members share
their faith journey along with practices and teachings from their
tradition. Most events are on campus-but we also visit area holy
places and worship sites. Check the Carlow University Celtic
On-line messages or fill out the Interest Form below to get
information for the programs that interest you. This student-led
group welcomes all members of the Carlow community!
- Service, Service, Service
Alternative Spring Break
experiences and regular service projects are part of the culture at
Carlow University. Just click HERE to connect directly with
the Center for Mercy Service or stop by 209 UC to talk to
Brenda about opportunities.
RETREATS and Evenings of Reflection
This experience helps make staying in touch with God a habit.
Start with an evening of prayer and set up your individual, daily,
half-hour to one-hour meeting with a spiritual director. Sisters of
Mercy and their associates guide your reading and reflection for
- Retreat for Those Graduating
Whether you participate on-line on your own time or gather for a
quiet evening of reflection, those getting ready to graduate have
the opportunity for prayer and to reflect on their accomplishments
and anticipate their future. You'll get an invitation in
Evening reflections are offered throughout the semester as an
opportunity for quiet time, prayer and reflection around specific
topics. In addition to the community-wide opportunities,
student organizations, residence hall groups, and sports teams also
have the opportunity for experiences made for their specific
Don't know where your gifts and talents can take you? This retreat
is designed for students who find they need to reassess their
goals, skills, and talents midway through their college career.
This weekend experience combines the very best resources of Career
Services and Campus Ministry to help you hear God's call through
your skills, interests, and the growth you have experienced since
selecting your major when you were in high school. Contact Campus
Ministry or Career Services for more