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Campus Ministry

The mission of campus ministry is to “create a rich spiritual environment” on campus. We do this through a variety of ways. We offer things like spiritual direction and spiritual counseling. We plan talks and events that open spiritual conversations. As well, we provide ways to develop the community through fun activities, small groups, and other means.


Lampen Gathering
Lampen Gatherings happen multiple times a
semester. They are a time to engage in a timely
topic and discuss it.

Mass happens monthly in the residence halls on a
Sunday evening. All are welcome to attend.

Book Studies
At least once a semester, Campus Ministry will run
a book study on a topic they feel is important to
the student body.

Ecumenical Worship
At least once a semester, Campus Ministry will
have an ecumenical worship service where all can
participate, have fun, and have a spiritual

Campus Ministry runs various workshops
throughout the year to help students with various
needs and interests.


Spiritual Counseling
Both campus ministers are available to help with
basic counseling needs and can also refer to either
the Bowen Center or others if greater help is

Spiritual Direction
The campus ministers can help with spiritual
direction in your life.

The campus ministers can help students find
volunteer activities at The Center at Donaldson
and in the Plymouth area. Campus Ministry will
also set up volunteer opportunities throughout
the school year.

Prayer and Meditation
During each day, the Campus Ministry offices will
be open for a time of prayer and meditation. All
students, faculty, and staff are welcome to


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On July 1, 2021, Marian University has officially opened a new location on the former campus of Ancilla College in Plymouth, Indiana. In recognition of the shared missions and solely to honor the history of Ancilla College, the new location is named Marian University's Ancilla College.

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