Weekly Mass: NDNU offers mass Sundays at 7pm. You can get involved as a vocalist/musician; reader; Eucharistic Minister; or altar server. We also keep a list of local churches, temples, mosques, and faith communities. If you need help finding an off-campus place of worship, just click here.
Busy Person’s Retreat: Everyone needs a break now and then- that’s why we offer this retreat twice each year. Meet with a spiritual guide once a week to discuss life, faith, or that big decision you’re thinking about. Retreats last about 5 weeks, and you can meet in person, online, or over the phone.
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA): Have you received some but not all of the sacraments? Have you thought about receiving the sacraments of the Eucharist or Confirmation? Ask about our RCIA group, which meets each spring to begin sacramental preparation.
Spiritual Direction: Create time and space in your life to share your story, discerning how God is working or where and how you’re being called. Some people come to spiritual direction on a monthly basis; others come for a short period- at times of major change, in the face of important decisions, or simply when they need a listening ear and safe space.
Table Topics:天天色综合,天天干影视 These monthly meals provide a chance to work on critical leadership, discernment, and relationship building skills. Join our student leaders to discuss topics ranging from personality types, to the Hallmarks, to love languages!
Foundresses Week: Held each spring, this week celebrates the founding of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, who established our university. Learn the history of the Sisters and the school while enjoying guest speakers, arts & crafts, service projects, and even a carnival!
Alternative Spring Break: Do things differently this spring semester: volunteer alongside the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur! During this week-long project you can witness the NDNU Hallmarks in action. Past locations include Half Moon Bay, Los Angeles, San Antonio, and Cincinnati.
Post-Grad Service: Not sure what to do after graduation? Come talk to us! We can help you discern a variety of options, like the Notre Dame Mission Volunteers: This group provides housing and work experience to recent grads as they serve the poor. It’s a great way to live the hallmarks and build your resume.
The Spirituality Interns are a team of student leaders who help meet the spiritual needs of the NDNU Community by creating opportunities to engage in liturgy, prayer, service, and a deeper understanding of the Hallmarks. Persons of all faith and spiritual traditions are invited to apply. Applications open in the spring semester.
天天色综合,天天干影视In addition to our student staff, the Office has several professional staff members to meet your spiritual needs. Whether you’re looking for a spiritual director or just someone to talk to, we are here for you!