Campus Ministry COVID-19 Information

 

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Campus Ministry is a community made up of people like you. During these days when we're physically distant from one another, our relationships remain strong. There's still many ways to engage with Campus Ministry, from one-on-one conversations with a member of our team, to online retreat offerings, daily scripture reflections on Instagrams, Google Hangout small groups that you can do from your own couch. We remain committed more than ever to being your companions. 

Stay in touch with us through our website, our social media and our personal emails. 

 

Online Masses

Watch Mass Paulist         Watch Mass Buffalo

Live Events

The Ignatian Solidarity Network invites you to their virtual Solidarity on Tap on Wednesday, April 1 at 9PM ET/6PM PT.  Featured guest will be Fr. Greg Boyle, S.J. talking about Kinship in this age of the Coronavirus.  Enjoy virtual fellowship with the Ignatian network and hear powerful justice reflections from the network—from a screen near you


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Other Spiritual Resources

 

 

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Volunteer Opportunities during COVID19

The New Buffalo Institute has created a list of ways to support our larger community while recognizing the need for social distancing.
Calls for Volunteers: Please consider how you might be able to assist in this time of challenge. Some call for in-person volunteer opportunities. We respect your individual decision-making and assessment of personal risk in engaging in these opportunities to support organizations that remain open and serving local residents and families.  
Donations: Consider donating to one of the emergency funds below to support our neighbors. If you have additional ideas for how to offer support, please send suggestions to mary.rockwell@canisius.edu for distribution via social media and future updates. 

 

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Other Opportunities

 

 


Articles from Jesuit Resources on the Covid-19 Crisis