- Sunday 11 am and 9 pm
- Tuesday at 5:15 (with soup meal afterwards)
- Friday at 12:05 (with soup meal afterwards)
Held 30 minutes before weekday Masses. You can either show up or make an appointment.
We will usually offer Mass at 12:05 on the Medical Campus and sometimes in the evening (usually 5:15 pm) in our chapel at the CSC on the following holy days: The Feast of the Assumption, All Saints Day, Ash Wednesday, The Feast of the Immaculate Conception. Please check our events page for the most up-to-date information regarding Holy Day Mass.
Note about Baptisms, Weddings, First Communion, Confirmation
We are blessed with thousands of non-student community members at the CSC who choose to act as “campus ministers” in the service of the WashU students. The choice to be an active part of our community comes with a responsibility to offer your time, talent, and/or treasure in support of the student ministry.
As this CSC community has grown, so has the interest in Sacraments such as Baptisms and Marriage, which extend beyond those that directly impact the students. Thus, for us to offer a non-student one of these Sacraments, we need a paper trail of participation over the last 6 months. If you’re an active, registered volunteer or have donated using collection envelopes, check, or electronic transfer, we have record of that! (If you donate through Otherwise, we have no way of knowing you’re an active “campus minister” at the CSC. Because we are not a parish, we have very strict guidelines from the archdiocese. We must have a record of your participation and support in order to provide the other Sacraments.
Thank you for being part of our community and making the choice to be part of our mission to serve the students at the CSC!
Note about weddings:
- Catholics can’t get married at Graham chapel on WashU’s campus unless they’re marrying someone of a non-Christian faith.
- CSC weddings are held in the CSC Chapel, not in Graham chapel.
Please contact Sarah at email@example.com for further information!