Care for the Entire Person
Have you heard the term cura personalis? It’s not just another old Latin phrase here at SLU; it’s an expression that forms the core of how we nurture spiritual life in our community.
The words translate to "care for the entire person” and that idea guides the Department
of Campus Ministry at Saint Louis University.
Visit us at the Eckelkamp Center for Campus Ministry on West Pine Mall, just west of the clock tower, to learn more about growing your faith, supporting social justice and integrating spirituality into your everyday life. Guided by the Catholic Church and the Society of Jesus, the Jesuits, SLU campus ministry welcomes and serves students of all religious backgrounds and traditions.
SLU's campus ministers provide individualized attention to your needs, respect your challenges and bring a thoughtful appreciation for everyone’s experiences and beliefs.
That’s what Ignatian spirituality is about.
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Liturgical Minister Meal of Thanksgiving
All Liturgical Ministers, including music ministers in the choir and orchestra, are
invited to a Meal of Thanksgiving in appreciation for offering your time and talents
to our worshiping community. Join us for food and fellowship on Sunday November 18th
at 6:00PM in the College Church Ballroom.
This meal is free of charge - simply fill out the Google form for your RSVP.
2019 Ignatian Silent Retreat, January 8-12
This retreat offers an introduction to the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola. During the retreat, participants are invited to explore the Ignatian style of prayer by reflecting inward and taking a closer look at their own individual experiences of God through the use of imagination and scripture. Contact Christy Hicks at email@example.com for more information.
2019 Ignite Retreat, February 15-17
This retreat offers an introduction/deepening to some of the key aspects of Ignatian Spirituality in a group setting. During the retreat, participants will be invited to explore the Ignatian pillars of prayer, discernment, reconciliation, and “Finding God in All Things” through talks, large group activities, small group discussion, and time for personal reflection.
For more information, contact Fr. Robert Murphy, SJ at firstname.lastname@example.org.