Every Sunday at 5 p.m. in the College Hall Chapel we gather as a community to celebrate liturgy in the Catholic tradition. All members of the Regis community are welcome and encouraged to gather for worship. Following our celebration we gather as a community to enjoy a meal together and engage in meaningful conversations. On special occasions throughout the school year we gather for Mass outside of regular Sunday worship, these include: Mass of the Holy Spirit, All Saint's Day, Ash Wednesday, St. Joseph's Day, Baccalaureate, and others. If you are interested in other opportunities to celebrate worship outside of our schedule, please contact the Center for Ministry and Service for more information.
Liturgical ministry is a great way to get involved with our Center and serve the campus community. We are always in need of students to serve as lectors, ministers of communion, and musicians. You’ll have the opportunity to serve at our weekly Sunday Mass and other worship services throughout the year.
The Pride of Christ (POC) club is a community supported by the Center for Ministry and Service. They gather weekly to grow spiritually by learning the word of God. All students who come from any religious background or no background at all are always welcomed to join. A few of the events hosted by the Pride of Christ are: Bundles of Love, Worship Night, and a weekly Bible study group.
Kairos is a Greek word meaning “God’s Time” - and this is precisely the focus of Kairos. It is a student-led weekend retreat that allows Regis students the time to step back from their many responsibilities and reflect on their relationships with God, with themselves, and with others. Kairos is held once a year in the fall semester and sign-ups are done through the Center for Ministry and Service. If you are interested contact our Center for more information. This year's retreat will be held on October 7-9, 2022.
I recently went to Kairos retreat trip with the Center for Ministry and Service. It was one of the best campus events I've participated in at Regis. During this two day weekend, I took the time to reflect on how far I have come spiritually and mentally. I took part in several activities that made me realize that whatever you're going through in life and no matter how bad you think your situation is, never compare your story to anyone else's. Always try to remember, no matter how unfair, unjust or unkind life seems to you, never forget to be appreciative for the things you have, and once in a while remember to stop and smell the roses.Samantina Vidaud '20