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“Our Catholic Faith in Action” Campus Website – This site for campus ministers and students features Catholic social teaching, prayer resources, activities, videos, podcasts, an Idea of the Week, and more! Visitors can also submit their own ideas.

About Campus Ministry

Campus ministry gathers Catholics on public and private campuses for prayer, worship, and learning to bring the light of the Gospel to the concerns and hopes of the academic community. Campus ministers are a public presence and serve students, faculty, and staff as a sign and instrument of the Kingdom in the academic world.

To contact a campus minister at a high school or college click on the links below.

What happens in campus ministry? Let's take a look.

As students prepare to head off to colleges and universities this fall, many for the first time, there is bound to be a mixture of excitement, anxiety, and anticipation. The transition from home to school is often one of the most challenging times in a young person’s life. Being able to make new friendships and connect with other like-minded people who share a Catholic faith, is a huge step toward easing into collegiate life. Participation in campus ministry provides a perfect opportunity to do just that.

In our three-part series, we traveled to three of New Hampshire’s state schools to meet with the campus ministers and some of the college students who participate in campus ministry. We discovered that students who participated in campus ministry:

  • Made close and meaningful friendships
  • Learned more about their faith
  • Gained confidence about being Catholic
  • Enjoyed fun activities

We invite you, and the students in your life, to see what campus ministry has to offer by reading our three-part series:

Newman Center at Keene State College 

It is the mission of the Newman Center at Keene State College to minister to the young adults of the Monadnock area–especially students–no matter where each young adult may be in his or her spiritual formation. Our programs cover a variety of students' and young adults' needsfrom community building get-togethers to Theology on Tap to semesterly retreats to Social Justice resources to mission tripsall in a space and a community where it is safe to be one's true self and ask the tough questions of faith that accompany young adulthood.

To make a payment for one of these programs or to make a donation to the Newman Center, please use the donation button below.

Donate online:

CRS University

Catholic Relief Services has a website geared specifically to the college campus community: university.crs.org. On this website, student leaders, campus ministers, as well as university faculty and staff, will have access to practical resources and adaptable programs dealing with current global issues.

Please encourage your university contacts to utilize this great new resource. For more information, contact them at university@crs.org.

For more information, please contact:
Mary Jane Silvia
Director of Adult Faith Formation
(603) 663-0172

Diocese of Manchester
The Catholic Church in New Hampshire

153 Ash Street, Box 310
Manchester, NH 03105-0310
(603) 669-3100
Fax: (603) 669-0377

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