Campus Ministry at St. Norbert College offers you a variety of wonderful ways to deepen your faith and explore spiritual questions.

Programs and Events

Dinners for Theology and Religious Studies Majors
Launched in 2014, these free dinners, offered once per semester, engage students in reflective and meaningful dialogue with our theology and religious studies faculty and Campus Ministry Staff as well as others who work in a variety of ministry areas in our community.

Donum Ipsum
Donum Ipsum (meaning the gift itself) is a weekly experience that provides an opportunity for students, staff and faculty to participate in open and honest discussions about the Catholic tradition that enliven and enrich both the spirit and the mind. Incorporating a time for community prayer within a comfortable and prayerful setting, the format allows for fellowship and conversation about particular topics within the Church. Donum Ipsum helps students connect with others who are trying to make sense of their faith in the world, as well as to learn more about various elements of the Catholic faith. 

Ecumenical Prayer Services
Each year Campus Ministry offers a wide variety of prayer experiences that are welcoming to all faith traditions.

fallFEST
Hosted by Campus Ministry, fallFest occurs annually in October closing out the college’s Heritage Days celebration. The Campus Center is transformed into a county fair-like atmosphere with live music, free cotton candy, ice cream, pizza, carnival games and pumpkin painting for students and the campus community.

Ministry Roundtable
Invited students join Campus Ministry senior staff to dialogue on a variety of topics. The meal is on us!

Retreats
Join Campus Ministry in one of our retreats during the academic year including Kairos, first year student retreat, and a silent retreat.

Sacred Hour
Sacred Hour connects us with St. Norbert of Xanten in whose life prayer, study and contemplation, were key elements. It also acts as a college adaptation of that which Norbertines experience in their daily living – specific times dedicated to coming together in prayer.

Tuesdays at the Todd
About three times per semester Campus Ministry offers an opportunity for students to come together for a homestyle meal and conversation.