"I urge you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God, your spiritual worship."
Joey Garcia is a Marian University Alum. He is married to Laura ('11) and together they have 4 kids (Ellie, Joey, Theo, and Aggie). They also have a golden doodle puppy named Wrangler. During his time off, Joey enjoys off-roading in his Jeep and camping with his family. Joey strives to create music or beautiful moments with others through encounters.
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Through eucharistic adoration, we encounter the real presence of our Lord. During this encounter, we are fully present with the physical being of Christ. This is an opportunity to give ourselves fully to Christ who meets us where we are.
Adoration is offered on campus every Wednesday in the Saint Joseph chapel from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
University Ministry also offers Awake Nights throughout the year. Awake Nights consist of a speaker and adoration. Each one has a unique speaker who shares insight for the first half hour. This is then followed by an hour of adoration. During adoration, praise is sung, along with many moments of silence with the Lord.
Mass is a vital part of campus life at Marian University. Mass is celebrated at least once daily except on Saturdays. The schedule for daily Masses is...
We also celebrate All Campus Masses throughout the year in the Bishop Chartrand Memorial Chapel. These are opportunities for all students, faculty and staff members, and anyone of the Marian community to join in celebration. During these times, in order to allow all those wishing to participate, classes and meetings are canceled.
The schedule for these Masses are as follows...
Reconciliation is available half an hour before mass or by appointment.
To schedule an appointment, please contact one of our chaplains directly.
Our lead campus chaplain, Fr. Barry Fischer, offers Chaplain's Corner on Tuesdays (9:30 a.m. - noon) in Alumni Hall, where he will also hear confessions.
We welcome all faith beliefs to celebrate with us!
If you are wishing to participate, but need a resource to the mass here is a guide to the Catholic Mass.
Masses need ministers to help with the parts of the mass. On campus, our students can be ministers in the areas of serving, greeting, reading, and ministering the Eucharist. If you are looking to help with the masses, we train liturgical ministers at the beginning of the school year, but you may be trained individually throughout the school year. This training is necessary for those looking to be servers, ministers of welcomes, readers, and Eucharistic Ministers of Holy Communion (EMHCs).
Another ministry of the mass is music ministry through the sacred choir. Sacred Choir is a group of students that prepare the music for worship for all of our Campus Masses, an evening of prayer and song, and off-campus outings. These students gather on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in the Bishop Chartrand Memorial Chapel from 3:30-4:45 p.m. to lift their hearts and voices to God in praise.
Sacred Choir is a one-credit course, but can be a half-credit or non-credit based on your schedule.
Welcome to students with any type of musical background.
There are many different opportunities to pray on campus. Just like all the students on campus, each person's prayer is unique to them. There are numerous types of prayers, along with communal and individual prayers. There are many opportunities on campus for prayer.
Some of many prayer opportunities include...
Don't be afraid to try some less structured prayer styles as well...
Did you know Marian has four Chapels on campus? These sacred spaces are environments for prayer and worship on campus.
You can also take time for prayer while gazing at any of our religious art on campus.
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