Nowhere near the CSC? Have no fear! Adoration occurs every Wednesday in the Danforth Chapel on Wash U's Medical Campus. Please contact Troy firstname.lastname@example.org for more info, or stop by his office.
Office Hours: Monday 11:30 - 2:00, Wednesday 12:30 - 1:30
Room 114 in McDonnell Sciences Building
Adoration at the CSC
Wednesdays, 8 PM
Have you ever been to adoration?
Join us in the CSC Chapel every Wednesday at 8PM. Be patient, bring scripture, pray the rosary, listen to praise and worship music, and be o.k. with silence. Please contact Lucasdube@washucsc.org for more information!
CSU General Body Meeting
Sunday April 14 at 7pm
Open forum to meet with the CSU Exec Board and provide input to the decision-making process. Share your suggestions, complaints, and hopes for the next year. Pizza will be provided.
Netflix and Ethics
Monday, April 15,?7:00 - 8:00pm
Every other week we like to kick-back to Netflix and see how the shows of our daily lives spiritually connect. Maybe for the better, maybe for the worst, or maybe you just want to chill because it's been a long week; it's up to you to decide and hear what others are thinking! Join us in the CSC Commons and for more information, please contact Cody email@example.com
Taize Prayer Service
Wednesday, April 24th 7pm
Catholic Student Center
Instead of the normal Ignite adoration service, we will have a Taize prayer service!
What is Taizé prayer? The simple and beautiful chant music of Taizé monastery in France is dedicated to the renewal of spirits and the healing of our planet. The repetitive nature of the chanted prayer can promote a kind of inner unity of the person, allowing the spirit to be more open and more attentive to what is essential. Silence is a fundamental part of the Taizé service.
Stories of Service, Relationship, and Community
Thursday, April,25th 7-8:30PM
This is the second and final in a series of origin stories and wisdom from your 2018-19 Interns! For CSC Students, personally written and delivered for you!
Spring Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until July 01, 2019
The Intern-in-Service program at the Catholic Student Center at Washington University is a volunteer campus ministry initiative geared towards recent college graduates who seek not only to grow personally, professionally and spiritually, but also to form students intellectually, morally, socially, and spiritually. Click here to learn more.
Co-chairs of the 2019 Graduate Legacy program, Jess Kovach and Evan Nagel, are passionate about giving back and sharing the love they have experienced with the next generation of students.
If you are graduating this year, please consider joining the Legacy community by committing to one final act of gratitude and service during your undergraduate (or graduate school) experience. For details and questions, please reach out to Jess (
firstname.lastname@example.org) or Evan (email@example.com). If you do choose to make this pledge, the form can be downloaded here: Graduate Legacy Commitment Form. If nothing else, please pray for the
CSC and appreciate the memories you've made.
Coffee and Lunch with a CSC Intern!
Cody, Patrick, Lucas, and Sarah invite you to coffee or lunch any time during the semester. Each intern brings their own background and story to their year of service and they are happy to work through any questions on faith and college with you. If you have not had the opportunity yet to meet in person, feel free to fill out the form! https://goo.gl/forms/2LACznbduj9hlZTl2
Service and Social Justice
The Catholic Student Center is looking for your help to serve the community and promote social justice. Students, please fill out the following Google Form to get notifications on signing up for volunteering this semester! https://goo.gl/forms/PBbrIa1qGxkLIQ8N2
Mass and Soup
Tuesdays, 5:15 - 6:45PM
Friday, 2:05 - 1:35PM
Celebrate Mass with us, and hang out afterwards for a home-made meal! Mass starts at 5:15 on Tuesday, and 12:05 on Friday. Contact Rebecka (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you'd like to volunteer to make soup or dessert, and if you have any questions about Mass, please contact Jim (email@example.com)
This is a wonderful ministry to the students. If you would like to join our team and make soup once a semester, then p
lease contact Rebecka Wyrde at firstname.lastname@example.org
or (314) 935-9191 ext 270
The RCIA program takes place on Tuesday evenings at 7:00PM at the Catholic Student Center. Please email Jim Dryden for information: email@example.com
RCIA is a process of study, exploration, faith-sharing, and faith formation with specific liturgical rites for seekers and inquirers. The language used in the RCIA process is that of the early Church formation programs. Catechumens are those people who are seeking full initiation into the Catholic Church through all of the Sacraments of Initiation - Baptism, Eucharist and Confirmation. Candidates are people who have been baptized in a Christian tradition but are seeking initiation into the Catholic Church through Eucharist and Confirmation.
LGBTQ + Soul
Monday, April 15. 6:30 PM
This ongoing conversation focuses on our personal and spiritual lives from a Catholic perspective. Join us every other Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the living room at the CSC; we welcome new participants!
If you are a member of the LGBTQ community, or if you have a son, daughter, sibling, niece, nephew, friend, etc., who is a member of the LGBTQ community, and you are looking for ways to give and receive support, we invite you to join us.
The CSC is once again blessed during this Lenten Season!
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry and Judy Kent have magnanimously offered to match the combined offerings of Easter Weekend.
The Kent Match has generated extraordinary success over the last several years. Easter match envelopes are available in pews this weekend. To be matched, donations must be received between Holy Thursday and the Tuesday morning after Easter. If you prefer, you can go online to make your gift at
CSC Friends is delighted to announce that Timothy Bono Ph.D. will be our guest speaker at the Speakers Series sponsored by the CSC Friends on May 20, 2019 at 7 p.m. at the Catholic Student Center at Washington University in St. Louis.
Dr. Bono, a long-time member of the CSC, is a faculty member in the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences at WashU. His teaching and research focus on positive psychology and college student development.
A Farewell Message
- with love from Kristy Chan
May 31 will be my last day at the CSC, as I transition out of my role at the end of the semester. Thank you for the opportunity to get to know you! It was a pleasure serving you these past two academic years. I will miss each and every one of you!
Your Amazon purchase can be a CSC bonus.
AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support the Catholic Student Center every time you shop, at no cost and limited hassle. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you'll find the exact same low prices, selection and shopping experience as Amazon.com. But, Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to the CSC! That's basically free money for the CSC by doing what you already do. PLEASE, set us up once and voila!
Kids books, small puzzles, coloring books, and crayons to keep little ones occupied during Mass are in the commons on the bottom shelf of the black credenza.
Building a Strong Community with CSC Friends
The CSC encourages its member to be involved with the community through CSC Friends: a volunteer led engagement opportunity for registered members of the CSC. The objective of this effort is to engage CSC supporters in a variety of experiences which will strengthen both commitment to the mission of the CSC and the sense of community. If you would like to sign up to receive notifications about CSC Friends or to sign up to volunteer, please fill out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/3nHYz6u8lQU6LArg1