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  • Contact us!

    Fr. James Puglis, T.O.R.
    Director
    jpuglis@francis.edu

    Fr. Chris Dobson, T.O.R.
    Director of Liturgy
    CDobson@francis.edu?

    Ms. Denise Farabaugh
    Executive Assistant
    DFarabaugh@francis.edu

    Feed your soul

    Guided by our Franciscan Catholic heritage, Campus Ministry provides opportunities for members of all faith traditions to encounter God in their daily lives.

    As a community of faith and love, we strive to meet the spiritual and pastoral needs of the University as they are reflected in the Franciscan Goals of Higher Education. Staffed by a team of Franciscan friars and lay ministers, we assist the University community in becoming instruments of Christ’s peace as exemplified by St. Francis of Assisi.

    Campus Ministry seeks to assist all students on their spiritual journey, helping them realize and become the person that God has created them to be. Campus Ministry is a presence of Christ for you on campus. ?Whether you are facing a difficult decision, struggling with God’s Will, or just need to talk, we invite you to consider Campus Ministry as a resource.?

    Campus Ministry is located on the first floor of Saint Francis Hall.?

  • Catch a glimpse of life in the ministry.

  • Ash Wednesday- The distribution of ashes reminds us of our own mortality and calls us to repentance. In the early Church, Ash Wednesday was the day on which those who had sinned, and who wished to be readmitted to the Church and those preparing to be baptized, would begin their public penance. The ashes that we receive are a reminder of our own sinfulness, and many Catholics?leave them on their foreheads?all day as a sign of humility.

    What is Lent? ?The season of Lent?is a Catholic liturgical season consisting of forty days of?fasting, prayer, and penitence beginning at?Ash Wednesday?and concluding at sundown on Holy Thursday. The official liturgical color for the season of Lent is violet.?

    Ash Wednesday is on Wednesday, February 26th-Masses will be at 12 noon
    and 4 pm in the Chapel.???? —During Lent, Stations of the Cross will take place Fridays at 4 pm in the Chapel.

    THERE WILL BE NO 8 PM MASS ON SUNDAY, MARCH 1st. due to spring break.

    MONDAY ADORATION is from 12:30-5 pm

    In His Presence will be on Tuesday at 8:30 pm in??the Immaculate Conception Chapel

    After Mass socials on Sundays after the 8 pm Mass down in Campus Ministry.?
    ALL ARE INVITED to attend!!

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    Campus Ministry Offices are on the bottom floor of St. Francis Hall, next door to the Post Office.? Feel Free to stop by and visit.? Please see our website http://mobile.any-trip.cn/chapel/ for any additional information or? contact our offices at 814-472-3172.

    Campus Ministry Staff:
    Fr. James Puglis, TOR, Director jpuglis@francis.edu
    Denise Farabaugh, Administrative Assistant dfarabaugh@francis.edu ?
    Lisa Georgiana, interim Interfaith Coordinator lgeorgiana@francis.edu?

    Immaculate Conception Chapel was established to serve the sacramental and spiritual needs of the Saint Francis University community. In addition to regular celebration of the Eucharist and sacrament of reconciliation, the University is normally allowed to celebrate the sacrament of matrimony for alumni and other members of the University community, with permission from the rector of our local parish, the Basilica of St. Michael the Archangel. During Holy Week, the Chapel may also celebrate the sacraments of initiation - baptism, confirmation, and first Eucharist - if there is sufficient student interest and preparation.

    Infant baptisms and funerals are rarely celebrated in Immaculate Conception Chapel, as the proper place for celebrating these liturgies is in a parish.? Please contact your local parish for these liturgical services.

    Sunday offertory contributions are restricted and used to pay for ongoing and future capital improvements to the Immaculate Conception Chapel. Checks payable to “Saint Francis University” will be processed by the Advancement Office, and acknowledged in a letter from the Advancement Office. These letters should be kept for tax return purposes.

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