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Interfaith Programs

Credit: Jamie Moncrief, DePaul University

DePaul is a diverse place, and just by being here students are already involved in "interfaith dialogue" no matter what their background is! Check out our "Four Ways of Interfaith Dialogue" description for more details or contact the Office of Religious Diversity to get involved.

For more about interfaith happenings on campus, check out our interfaith students Facebook page or events below. 


Weekly Mid-day Meditation at 12:30 in the Sacred Space and at the Ray

Join us for relaxing, guided meditations Wednesdays in the  Ray Meyer Fitness Center Studio C in Fall, Winter and Spring quarters from 12:30pm - 1:00pm.

Quarterly Inter-religious Celebrations

  • November 2nd, 2017 - 9:15p.m. in SAC 161
  • February 8th, 2018 - 9:15p.m. in SAC 161
  • April 19, 2018 - 9:15p.m. in SAC 161

Weekly Spiritual Yoga in the Miraculous Medal Chapel

Thursdays  during Fall, Winter and Spring quarters from 4:30pm - 5:30pm,  Miraculous Medal Chapel, Loop, 25 East Jackson Blvd, 1st Floor

Explore Your Purpose

Join a weekly conversation about about where you find purpose in life  through our Explore Your Purpose (EYP) program!  Check our EYP  weekly question on facebook, or go to Go.Depaul.edu/purpose for more information on the broader EYP program.

Student Interfaith Scholars

DePaul has  Interfaith Scholars from various faith backgrounds. These students work on interfaith projects and activities. Read more about them here on their Facebook Page. 

VIA Big 8

VIA Big 8 is a monthly space for students to build an interfaith Vincentian community, learn about social justice and service opportunities, engage in spiritual growth and reflective learning, and develop leadership skills for social responsibility. These meetings occur eight times throughout the year and are open to all DePaul students.  

Join more than 120 students involved in service and justice for monthly VIA Big 8 gatherings.   For more information contact Karl Nass from the Vincentian Community Service Office directly.