Welcome to St. Paul's College Campus Ministry! We provide a Roman Catholic presence at the U of M, and we are home to the local Canadian Catholic Students’ Association. Our programs are open to everyone, and they focus on spiritual development, outreach, and service learning.
We are committed to stewardship by nurturing our own faith formation and that of others. Our active campus ministry team has planned a full schedule of events throughout the year (with a break for vacation in July). Volunteers are encouraged to assist with organizing and participating in various activities.
Please see our calendar of events for more information on upcoming programs and activities.
As you have heard, the provincial government has placed stricter restrictions on the province beginning today. One of these restrictions is that all churches and places of worship must close.
Unfortunately, that means that we are not able to open our doors Sunday and Wednesday for Mass. However, keeping within the governments restrictions and with the archdioceses rules, we will continue to livestream our masses on the Facebook page.
We will be sure to announce when we can celebrate the sacraments together again. We will continue to provide updates right here and on the College’s website.
Please join us in our prayers that an effective and safe vaccine may be developed and for an end to this pandemic which affects us all as a human race.
Blessings of peace,
Bible study can take the form of reading a Biblical book, providing commentary and sharing, the Little Rock Bible Study, or the three readings for the upcoming Sunday’s liturgy.
Couples For Christ-Campus Based Youth
A Roman Catholic campus based youth ministry, under the family ministry of Couples for Christ that offers Bible Study and Faith Sharing gatherings.
Given a sufficient number of volunteers who can collaborate, we will seek to organize a Hispanic Mass in December, an African Mass in January and a Filipino Mass in February. Barn Mass in December. Christmas Eve Mass: 8:00 p.m. December 24th 2020.
Lenten Reflection Evenings with Sacrament of Reconciliation
At the beginning of Lent, there is a 4pm prayer service and reflection followed by the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA)
RCIA is for those who wish to become Catholic, complete their sacraments of initiation (First Communion, Confirmation), or Christian who want to become Catholic. Volunteer sponsors for catechumens and candidates are needed.
Sacrament of Reconciliation & Confession
By appointment with Fr. Colin,
Spiritual Exercises in Daily Life (St. Ignatius)
Watch for further information in Sunday bulletins.
Virtual Sunday Masses
Sunday Mass is held in Christ the King Chapel from August 30th, 2020 to June 30th, 2021.
Due to the ongoing threat of COVID-19 we will be strictly adhering to the guidelines circulated by the Archdiocese of Winnipeg. Details can be found on the Archdiocesan website. (Watch Virtual Mass Here)
Virtual Weekday Masses
Weekday Masses are held in the side Chapel of Christ the King Chapel at 11:45 a.m., Wednesday, unless otherwise indicated. (Watch Virtual Mass Here)
Worship Team Member
Join the worship team as a cross-bearer, lector, altar server, communion minister, usher or member of the hospitality crew. If you love music, then share your talent as a singer or musician.
Share your talents while fundraising for worthy causes. Volunteer performers such as musicians, singers, comics and storytellers) and organizers are required.
Students can organize movie nights in Hanley Hall (Room 220) or Fr. Vince Jensen Theatre (Room 100).
St. Paul’s College Choir
Musicians are welcome to join our choir. Practices are weekly. Comprised of volunteers, the choir also performs at Coffee House and other events.
St. Paul’s College Students’ Association (SPCSA)
SPCSA collaborates with SPC Campus Ministry on various activities and events.
Winnipeg Harvest Volunteering
Prepare food and dry goods for those in need during this four-hour kick-off event during Catholic Students’ Week.
Development & Peace
Development and Peace is the official international development organization of the Catholic Church in Canada. Represent our College and faith community at the free fall and winter workshops, and share information about what is happening on a global level.
Inner City Ministry
Outside of volunteering for liturgical roles and responsibilities within our faith community, we encourage students to be generous and volunteer.
Devoted to people with developmental disabilities in family-like settings, L’Arche Canada welcomes student volunteers to gain skills and valuable experience.
Canadian Catholic Students’ Association (CCSA)
A local and national group that supports students who want to live the Gospel on Campus, take on leadership and organize events and activities for students.