We are here to foster meaningful connections and provide the support you need. Together, let's create a faith community where growth and respect flourish, connecting people with diverse perspectives and shared goals. We aim to create an inclusive environment where students can freely practice their beliefs, fostering a supportive community that embraces religious diversity, while at the same time celebrating our Catholic identity.
A-men is a Christian men’s group centered around community and faith. We have weekly meetings on Tuesdays in the lower church conference room from 8-9. During this time, we discuss topics centered around virtue, bible passages, and what it is like to be a Christian male in today's society and culture. A-men is a space for Christian men who want to grow in their relationship with God to come together, learn from each other, and support each other in their journey.
Join us each Wednesday of Lent for a mid-day, mid-week pause for reflection and prayer. To honor the 50th Anniversary of Women's Education at Saint Anselm College and to celebrate the contribution of women in the life of the College and the Church, alumnae, faculty, students, staff, and friends will offer a reflection on the upcoming Sunday Readings for each week of Lent.
Eucharistic Adoration is a great way to spend time with God in the peace and silence of the Abbey Church. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to spend some quiet time with God. Come and go as you like.
HOPE is a faith-based group that meets once a week. All people are welcome, regardless of where you are on your faith journey. While we will be reading from the Christian Bible and discussing Jesus and the Christian faith, please note that anybody of any faith is welcome to come, hear others, and share their heart.
The Orthodox Christian Fellowship is a group of students from all Christian traditions who come together to discuss topics related to faith and spirituality. Every Thursday at 8:00 p.m., we participate in a Paraklesis service in the Byzantine chapel in the lower church with a local parish Priest.
The Stations of the Cross, also known as the Way of the Cross and the Way of Sorrow (Via Crucis in Latin), detail fourteen different moments on the day Jesus died. This prayer pilgrimage is a powerful way to grow closer to Jesus at any time of the year, though it is most popular during the Lenten season.