Our love for God is lived out in love for our neighbor. Our love for God is expressed through our community worship, hospitality, outreach and stewardship. Our relationships are nourished and sustained by grace and sacramental living. Student Liturgical Ministers are an integral part of Campus Ministry and Liturgy. Campus Ministry offers a variety of opportunities for liturgy and worship during the academic year.
JOIN US for Mass every Wednesday Evening at 5:00pm in the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Blessed Sacrament Chapel!
Come visit our new Blessed Sacrament Chapel!
Congratulations to Mariah Bruner, Maria Oritz, Mariana Delgado, Makenzie Holden- Henden, Godgift Iteghete, Yadira Garcia, Marissa Bernal, and Laura Oates who all received the Sacrament of Confirmation on Sunday, February 9, 2020 in Sacred Heart Chapel by Bishop Kettler.
Even Maria Ortiz's brother got to take a picture with Bishop Kettler!
Liturgy Team - Fall 2020
S. Catherine Duenne, Anja Ozols, Mary Kolasa, Olivia Flack, S. Sharon Nohner, Abby Kluiter, Mikayla Santiago, Yailyn Moran, Fr. Michael Peterson (Left to Right)
If you are interested in participating in any of the Liturgical Ministries at the 4:30 Student Mass, please visit our volunteers page.
If you are a volunteer and have questions about the volunteer schedule, please email us at email@example.com.
Join us Sundays during the academic school year (September-mid-May when students are on campus) for the CSB Campus Liturgy at 4:30 p.m. in the Sacred Heart Chapel for our Student Eucharist! Students are welcome, encouraged to attend and to serve as Liturgical Ministers. To check to make sure there is a Sunday 4:30 pm Mass, you may call 320-363-7100 for updated information.
Check out this panoramic of the 6:00pm Student Mass!
Sundays at 3:15 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel, adjacent to the entrance to the Sacred Heart Chapel. Reconciliation is also available by appointment. For scheduling, email S. Sharon Nohner OSB firstname.lastname@example.org.
This process is modeled after ancient practices by which individuals prepare for full initiation into the Catholic Faith through the sacraments of baptism, confirmation, and Eucharist. For more information about RCIA and Confirmation Preparation, contact S. Sharon Nohner OSB email@example.com.