DePaul University Division of Mission and Ministry > Religious & Spiritual Life > Pastoral Care
The Division of Mission and Ministry’s professional staff is made up of trained and experienced men and women, ordained and lay ministers rooted in multiple faith traditions charged to attend to the spiritual needs of students, faculty, and staff at DePaul. Pastoral care can be understood as care for the whole person, including the spiritual or religious life of an individual, attending to the big questions at the crossroads of their faith and their day to day life – for example, questions about meaning and purpose, moral and ethical challenges, relationships, grief, one’s sense of self, and/or one’s understanding of God. DePaul's Pastoral Care program includes the following:
Wrestling with spiritual questions? Grieving the loss of a loved one or a relationship? Going through a significant life transition? Seeking and/or exploring religious traditions other than your own? Questioning your identity? Sometimes we all need a listening ear, someone with whom to process the questions we face. Please contact any Mission and Ministry staff person from the
Religious Diversity and Pastoral Care Team,
Catholic Campus Ministry,
Vincentian Service and Formation Team or
Faculty and Staff Engagement Team.
To schedule a remote or in-person conversation with a Division of Mission and Ministry Staff person, you can schedule an appointment below:
Fr. Dan Borlick Min. Jené Ashley Colvin Rev. Dr. Diane Dardón Imam Abdul-Malik RyanDr. Jen Goldberg
Mark Laboe, Associate Vice PresidentSiobhan O’Donoghue, DirectorAbdul-Malik Ryan, Assistant Director & Muslim Chaplain
Tom Judge, Chaplain
You can also
contact other Division of Mission and Ministry team members for pastoral care and support.
If you or someone you know has experienced sexual or relationship violence of any kind, visit our resource page.