I want To Explore Catholicism...
The best way to learn about the Catholic faith is to get involved!
Either if you are a Catholic who would like to learn more about your faith, or if you are from some other faith tradition and would like to learn what Catholics believe, we invite you to explore the faith we have come to know as the truth.
Our Bosco Nights often include discussion of some aspect of the faith, so feel free to join us for free dinner and a discussion or an event; we meet at the Chapel Wednesdays during the Academic year after the evening Mass (generally starting 7:15pm).
Alpha is a low-intensity, judgement free place to ask questions and share your thoughts on the big questions of life. Feel free to join us Thursdays at 7:30 at the Chapel.
The process of becoming a Catholic as an adult is called the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA). RCIA here at the chapel is organized by our Campus Minister, John Davis. If you are interested in becoming Catholic or in learning more about the process, please feel free to contact John at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any specific questions about the faith, please feel free to stop by and ask, or to contact Fr. Tim, the Campus Minister, or any of our FOCUS missionaries. We are all very happy to talk about what and why we believe.