|If you are interested in learning more about the Catholic Church, becoming Catholic or receiving First Communion and/or Confirmation, this program is for you. We meet on Monday nights from 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm downstairs in the library at the Chapel.|
Bible Studies are a great way to learn more about the Catholic Faith, you do not need to be Catholic to join.
The Institute of Catholic Studies provides Mason and NVCC students with the opportunity to grow deeper in their intellectual understanding of the faith. Through college level courses, study trips, apologetic speakers and access to a faith library, students at a secular campus can round out their education with a serious look at the Catholic intellectual tradition.
Every week the CCM community gathers together to share Mass and dinner together, as well as to listen to a great talk which is aimed at building a stronger faith in all. Here is a breakdown of a normal afternoon at TNS:
Confession @ 4:00, Rosary @ 4:30, Mass @ 5:00, Dinner @ 5:30, Speaker @ 6:15.
A recording of each speaker's talk is here available for download.
|At the beginning of every school year Catholic Campus Ministry embarks on a beach retreat to Virginia Beach, VA for a weekend. There are separate retreats for freshmen and upperclassmen.|
|During the Spring semester, CCM goes on a second retreat. This retreat is based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius, and includes plenty of time for personal reflection, silence, prayer, and fellowship.|
Over Spring Break, we offer trips for service and spiritual growth.
Did you go home for the weekend and want to hear Fr. Peter's homily from Sunday Mass? Did you go to Mass but want to hear something Fr. Peter said over again? You are blessed! His homilies are recorded and here for your benefit! Click on one of the links below to hear his homily!
|Did you know that there is a library at the Chapel? Did you know that there are hundreds of books available for you to check out, covering all sorts of topics from saints to prayer to theology? If you are interested in learning more about your faith, stop by the Chapel library downstairs and look around.|