Education happens both inside and outside the classroom, and Marymount College is committed to helping you grow in all dimensions of your life.
Campus Ministry can be a vibrant aspect of College life. We provide spiritual resources for personal growth and community life. We offer a variety of opportunities for you to learn more about your faith, to build friendships, or to volunteer. You may want to become involved in one of our liturgical ministries, attend a retreat or prayer group, or just stop in to talk with a Campus Minister. Getting involved in our programs and activities will be a way to develop your gifts, explore values and moral issues, expand your ideas, and serve others.
The celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday at Noon in our Chapel is the heart of campus spiritual life. Special seasonal celebrations, discussion groups, and interfaith prayer opportunities are also provided. We look for ways to welcome persons of all faiths to participate in our common spiritual journey. Through dialogue and exchange, students are enriched by the breadth of religious diversity represented among Marymount students, faculty and staff.
We would like to play a part in your college experience, and hope you will share your talents, passions and ideas with us. College life is bound to have its share of exciting and, perhaps, anxious moments. We want you to know that we are here to assist you in any way we can. The Chaplain’s office is located next to the Peace Center, in Oceanside 108. Please feel free to drop in any time.
Fr. Mark Villano, College Chaplain
Campus Ministry at Marymount College is the pastoral expression of the College’s mission and identity. Rooted in the Catholic faith, inspired by the legacy of the RSHM, and enriched by the diverse religious traditions represented on campus, Campus Ministry seeks to serve the spiritual needs of students, staff, and faculty. Campus Ministry contributes to the educational mission of Marymount College by providing religious education, strengthening community life, nourishing prayer and spirituality, and serving our neighbor.