DePaul University Division of Mission and Ministry > Religious & Spiritual Life > Catholic Campus Ministry > Sunday Night Mass and Daily Masses
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The DePaul Catholic Community welcomes all students, faculty and staff to actively participate by gathering as a community of faith for mass, prayer and the sacraments. We hope that you join us! There are a number of ways to be involved.
Sunday Night Mass
"The largest weekly student gathering."
All are welcome to join Catholic Campus Ministry for Mass every Sunday night at 8:00pm at St. Vincent de Paul Church. For more information about Sunday Night Mass, contact Matt Merkt or Martyna Szmitko.
St. Vincent de Paul ParishThe DePaul community is also invited to parish Masses:
Daily Mass12pm | Every Monday - Friday | Loop and Lincoln Park Campuses
Sacrament of ReconciliationReconciliation is available before Sunday night Mass from 7:15pm - 7:55pm.
Intercessory Prayer and Reflection - LPSC Interfaith Sacred Space. Every other Wed. 6:22 pm (During the school year)
Buddhist MeditationIf you are looking to gather on DePaul's campus for Buddhist meditation, the Buddist and Meditation Club meets weekly during the school year in the Lincoln Park Interfaith Sacred Space.
Muslim Jumu'ah Salah (Friday Prayer)Jumu'ah Salah (Friday prayer) is held on Fridays at 1:15 in the Muslim Prayer Room in the Lincoln Park Student Center Suite 329.
Jewish Shabbat (monthly)Friday Night Shabbat services and dinner are held the first Friday of every month at 6:30 pm in the Interfaith Sacred Space on the 1st floor of the Lincoln Park Student Center. Contact Matthew Charnay for other opportunities to celebrate Shabbat with DePaul community members.
Eucharistic Adoration Eucharistic Adoration is held every other Tuesday during the Academic Year on Tuesdays at 8pm in the St. Louise de Marillac Chapel. Come spend some time in a darkly lit Chapel, with others, in a quiet, contemplative form of prayer. There is no music no preaching, no expectations. Just time to be alone with God…together.
Evening Prayer in the Style of Taizé This prayer form comes from an ecumenical (all Christians) monastic community in the hills of France, and is comprised of short, repeated songs, silence, and prayer texts. The St. Louise Chapel is lit only with candles, so it’s a great way to wind down, and have a few moments of peace and quiet.