Weekly Events Schedule

De La Salle (Stritch) Chapel is open daily from 9:00 am until 9:00 pm for prayer and reflection.
All events take place @ Stritch Chapel unless otherwise specified


8:30pm – Sunday Mass 
9:30pm – Food and Friends @ Stritch Dining Hall 


12:00 pm – Daily Mass 
12:30 pm – 1:30pm – Eucharistic Adoration  
8:45 pm – Night Prayer 


12:00pm – Daily Mass in Spanish  
7:30pm – Prayer and Worship 
8:45pm – Night Prayer 


12:00pm – Daily Mass 
3:00pm – PB&J Day @ Alfonso Dining Hall 
8:45pm – Night Prayer 


12:00pm – Daily Mass 
8:45pm – Night Prayer 


11:00am – Reconciliation @ Campus Ministry 
12:00pm – Daily Mass 
8:45pm – Night Prayer 


8:45pm – Night Prayer 


S’more Faith 

If you think this sounds like an excuse to get together and eat s’mores, you are correct! Come for the sweets, stay for the fellowship. Join us outside of the Living Learning Center at the fire pit from 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm. 

Fall 2023 dates:
August 24 
September 28 
October 26 
November 16 

PB&J Day  

Some people call it Wednesday, we call it PB&J Day! Join us nearly every Wednesday at 3:00pm in Alfonso Dining Hall to make sandwiches for the St. Mary Soup Kitchen. This is a simple way for us to participate in feeding the hungry, and it’s fun!  

Fellowship Groups  

Get involved with a group of Christians who are living, praying, and growing in faith together. These Fellowship Groups are made up of 5-7 individuals and meet weekly depending on the group’s schedule. Reach out to Campus Ministry if you are interested! 


“Jesus said to them, ‘I am the bread of life; whoever comes to me will never hunger, and whoever believes in me will never thirst.’” (John 6:35) 

The celebration of the Eucharist, especially on Sunday, is the source and summit of the Christian life. Encountering Jesus in Word and Sacrament at Mass fuels us to make it through the week and share God’s love with others; similarly, our entire week points back to the worship of the One in whose image and likeness we are made. Please join us in prayer!  

Catholics believe that the Eucharist is literally the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ. To receive Holy Communion at a Catholic Mass means that one assents to all the teachings of the Catholic Church, including the Real Presence of Jesus in what appears to be bread and wine. For that reason, only Catholics who are in a state of grace may receive the Blessed Sacrament. Please do not let that discourage you from attending — all are invited to participate in this time of community prayer to encounter the Living God. If you are unable to receive Communion for any reason, you are welcome to receive a special blessing from the Eucharistic Minister. Find out more about the Eucharist here. Please talk to Campus Ministry if you have questions!  

Prayer and Worship 

“Sing a new song to the Lord, for he has done marvelous things.” (Psalm 98:1) 

Join us for an evening of interdenominational prayer and worship through contemporary Christian music, Scripture, and a reflection. God is good and provides so many gifts – let’s raise our voices and sign praise back! 

Eucharistic Adoration 

“Come to me, all you who labor and are burdened, and I will give you rest.” (Matthew 11:28) 

Eucharistic Adoration is a type of prayer in which the Eucharist – a former host that has been changed literally into Jesus Christ – is placed on the altar to be worshiped through quiet, personal prayer. For Catholics, this is secondary to receiving Communion at Mass, but it still plays an important role in cultivating a a healthy spirituality and a relationship with Jesus. Catholics and non-Catholics alike find the hour of silence to be peaceful and restorative, especially in the midst of a busy schedule. Find out more about Eucharistic Adoration here. Even if you can only pop in for five minutes, come and look at Jesus, and let Jesus look at you.  


“In [Christ] we have redemption by his blood, the forgiveness of transgressions, in accord with the riches of his grace.” (Ephesians 1:7) 

Reconciliation is a Catholic Sacrament in which the priest, acting in the person of Jesus as well as the Church, hears an individual’s sins and offers God’s mercy. Come experience the healing and freedom that God longs to give you! Campus Ministry is happy to talk with anyone who has questions, but you can also find more answers here. 

Night Prayer  

“Rejoice always. Pray without ceasing.In all circumstances give thanks, for this is the will of God for you in Christ Jesus.” (1 Thessalonians 5:16-18) 

The Liturgy of the Hours is the daily prayer of the Church. It is called “the Hours” because they are traditionally prayed at fixed times of day (and not because the prayers take hours) as a way of sanctifying the day with prayer. Read more about this important prayer here. Night Prayer usually lasts around ten minutes and is a great way to conclude your evening with community prayer. 

CBU students are invited to pray Night Prayer from Liturgy of the Hours at 8:45pm in Stritch Chapel. iBreviary is a handy app that contains all of the prayers in a digital format and is available for free on both Apple and Android app stores.