Catholic Campus Ministry at George Mason University

 

In this way the love of God was revealed to us: God sent his only Son into the world so that we might have life through him.

1 JOHN 4 : 9

 

Mass

Saturday:    5:30pm

Sunday:       11am, 8pm, and 10pm

Monday:      12pm (HUB room 1)

Tuesday:      5pm

Wednesday: 12pm (HUB room 1)

Thursday:     5pm

Friday:         12pm (HUB room 1)

At the chapel unless otherwise noted

 

Confession

Sunday:          7 - 7:50pm

Monday:         6 - 7pm

Tuesday:        4 - 4:50pm (visiting priest)

Wednesday:   11 - 11:50am (HUB VIP Rm: 1)

Thursday:       12:00 - 4:50pm (also for questions and spiritual direction)

Friday:           11 - 11:50am (HUB VIP Rm: 1)

Or ask Fr. James any time for confession at chaplain@gmu.edu

At the Chapel unless otherwise noted

Eucharistic Adoration

Monday:        6 - 7pm

Tuesday:       4 - 4:50pm

Wednesday:  9 - 10am

Thursday:      9 - 10am  and  4 - 4:50pm

Friday:           9 - 10am

Fridays in Lent

Divine Mercy Chaplet:           3pm

Stations of the Cross:              3:05pm


 

Chopped at the Chapel

Because there's no Lamb center this week, we'll be doing a fundraiser instead. We ask that everyone will bring $5 to help cover food costs and donate to the Lamb center

Based on the popular cooking show, we'll be having our own chopped competition at the chapel. We'll divide into two teams. Each round must use all the ingredients in the mystery baskets provided. Please let me know if you are interested in cooking so I know how much food to get and how many rounds to plan for.

Not interested in cooking? no problem we got you covered. There will also be a roll your own kimbap station, and kpop random dance play. It's going to be a super fun night so stick around after tns!!


Night of Recollection: The Reality of Satan

Do you want to learn more about Satan and the topic of 'Spiritual Wafare?' Have you ever heard of deliverence or want to learn more about it? Join us for a talk from Terry Riggins, coordinator of Unbound Ministries in our diocese, and Fr. Luke Clark O.P., Prior of the Dominican House of Studies. Terry will be speaking about Satan, his evil works, and the importance of deliverance. 
Following the talk we will have Eucharistic Adoration, praise and worship, and opportunities to be prayed with by a priest, members of Unbound ministries, or fellow students.
Knowledge of Spiritual Warfare and the reality of Satan is essential to our lives as Christians. We hope and pray this night can help you all on your personal journeys towards Christ and His kingdom.
If you have any questions, please contact Zinjin Iglesia or Kristen Juda. See you on the 31st!