Seton Hall is a Catholic University committed to providing a
Christian education and developing community. Campus Ministry's mission
is to be a pastoral presence of the Catholic Church on campus. As
such, we seek to:
Immaculate Conception Chapel Mass Schedule
- evangelize and empower all, by the prompting of the Spirit, to
become dedicated members of God's family;
- bring to higher education the Church's general mission, namely, to
preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ;
- create an environment which allows for the spiritual, moral,
liturgical and sacramental development, as well as intellectual,
social, and physical growth;
- guide the maturing Christian conscience, educate for peace and
justice, and develop future Christian leaders
Sundays: 10 a.m., 6 p.m., 8 p.m., and 10 p.m.
Weekday Masses: 8 a.m., 12 p.m., and 5 p.m.
(5 p.m. Masses are Monday through Thursday only)
Saturdays: 12 p.m. at the Xavier Chapel in Xavier Hall
Immaculate Conception Chapel Confession Schedule
Monday through Friday: 11:30 a.m.
Wednesdays: 10 p.m.
Eucharistic Adoration at the Immaculate Conception Chapel is 10:45 a.m. - 11:45 a.m., Monday through Thursday
(Please note: the University will be closed on July 4 and there
will be no Masses or confessions on this day)
Contact Campus Ministry for information on opportunities to serve as
a Greeter, Lector, Eucharistic Minister, or Altar Server.
or the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, is an adult
education program for those interested in being received into the
Catholic Church; also a catechetical program for baptized Catholics who
desire to receive the sacrament of confirmation.
Adult Catechesis: A program for adult Catholics who
wish to learn more about Catholic doctrine, Scripture, and the faith as
Bible Study: Held weekly; prayerful examination of
Old & New Testament with discussion of their relevance to the
today’s world and personal faith. All faiths are welcome.
Newman Circle: This new group will focus on the
works of the great Catholic theologian and philosopher Cardinal Henry
Newman. Please contact Noreen Shea at extension 9489 for further
Retreats: Each semester, Campus Ministry sponsors
retreat experiences, day or overnight, both on and off campus.
Spiritual Direction: We are available to any person
who seeks spiritual direction or crisis counseling.
Vocation Awareness: We will assist any person
interested in a religious vocation as a lay minister, brother, sister,
Small Christian Communities
Small groups (6-8 students) meet regularly throughout the semester
and create a supportive faith community through sharing, prayer, and
D.O.V.E.: Through the Division of Volunteer Efforts
(DOVE), we respond to the ongoing call for social justice by direct
involvement in serving others—a service which stems from our desire to
affirm the dignity of all people, and to live as Christ taught, by
putting our faith into action. For programs and events, call DOVE at