Campus Ministry

Welcome to Campus Ministry!

Rooted in Catholic tradition, the heritage of the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary (RSHM), and enhanced by the religious diversity represented on campus, all are welcome to participate in Campus Ministry programs. As a Catholic university, Marymount values individual and communal religious experiences as integral to our mission and educational philosophy.

At Campus Ministry, we believe that spiritual experience is a vital dimension of our students’ development and the life of our campus community. We provide opportunities and resources for faith formation, prayer and worship, community building and pastoral support.

Throughout the school year, the community celebration of the Eucharist occurs every Tuesday at 1 PM in our Chapel is the heart of campus spiritual life, with additional masses offered on Wednesdays and Thursdays, officiated by our Campus Chaplains. We also offer faith sharing and Scripture study, confession services, Confirmation classes, volunteer opportunities, as well as various religious celebrations and interfaith prayer services.

The campus hosts collegiate seminarians from Our Lady Queen of Angels Seminary, who are both students and help support the spiritual development of their fellow students.

There are various ways for students to be involved with Campus Ministries and campus faith programs, including serving as liturgical ministers for mass and participating in COR (Christian Outreach and Renewal), the student organization advised by Campus Ministry.

Campus Ministry

Campus Chaplains: Fr. Campos, Fr. Marquez, and Fr. Meyer
Campus Ministry Liaison: Sister Antoine-Marie Baurier
Location: TDW 208

Mission Statement:
Campus Ministry at Marymount California is the pastoral expression of the University’s mission and identity.  Campus Ministry seeks to serve the spiritual needs of students, staff and faculty. Campus Ministry contributes to the educational mission of Marymount California University by providing religious education, strengthening community life, nourishing prayer and spirituality, and serving our neighbors.