Sacramental Life


Sacrament of Reconciliation [Penance, Confession]

Individual confession is available anytime by appointment with any of the Basilian/Diocesan priests on campus.

Additionally, the Sacrament is available at various other seasonally appropriate times throughout the year.

Sacrament of Matrimony [Catholic Weddings]

Congratulations! We would be honored to celebrate with members of our Fisher family on their wedding day. Our wedding information page will help you with your planning process.

Anointing of the Sick

Sacramental anointing is "a part of the prayer of the Church and an encounter with the Lord" for those "whose health is seriously impaired by sickness." This sacrament is available by appointment with any of the Basilian/Diocesan priests on campus.

Please contact the Office of Campus Ministry directly for information about additional sacramental celebrations including funerals and confirmation.

Liturgical Ministries


Share in the act of worship by proclaiming the scripture to your brothers and sisters.

Students sing in the chapel.

Eucharistic Ministers

Assist our priests at the celebration of Mass through the sharing of the Body and Blood of Christ.

Music Ministry

Our community's celebrations are enriched by the musical gifts of all those assembled. We invite you to consider participating in leading the music as a singer or instrumentalist.

Interested in becoming a Catholic?

Each academic year the Office of Campus Ministry will host opportunities for students and the campus community to explore questions about life and faith in an open, informal, and friendly environment. This is the first step.

Contact the Office of Campus Ministry to learn more about how you can begin or continue your journey of faith!

Those adults wishing to become Catholic should contact the Office of Campus Ministry for information of the Order of Christian Initiation of Adults (OCIA). This process is for any adult who finds themselves at one of the following places on their faith journey:

A student receives a blessing in the Hermance Family Chapel of St. Basil the Great
  • Never baptized and inquiring about the Roman Catholic faith;
  • Baptized in another Christian tradition and desiring to become a Roman Catholic;
  • A Roman Catholic who has been Baptized and received First Communion but has not been Confirmed.