The Office of Campus Ministry at Canisius College strives to help students find, share, and reflect on where they see God in their lives through personal prayer, vibrant liturgies, and retreats. We walk with students as they explore the connections between faith and justice through volunteering and service-immersion experiences. We are committed building community and welcome students of all faith traditions.
Some ways to get involved in Campus Ministry include:
- Go on a retreat: Take a weekend away to discover more about yourself and others on a Kairos or Manresa Retreat.
- Travel Internationally: Experience injustice in war-torn El Salvador or on the U.S./Mexico Border or care for the needs of children in an orphanage in Poland or Jamaica.
- Do Community Service: Serve in the City of Buffalo at one of our many Community Service sites.
- Come to Mass: Sunday Mass on campus is at 8:30pm. We also have Weekday Mass on M-F at 12:05pm in Christ the King Chapel.
- You can also become a lector, eucharistic minister, or sing in our music group, Exalt.
- Discern Your Future: Use the tools of Ignatian Discernment to guide you to a career or help make a weighty decision.
The richness of a spiritual adventure awaits you!
2020-21 Mass Schedule
Sunday Mass Schedule
8:30pm Christ the King Chapel*
Can't join us in person? Sunday masses are also livestreamed on Canisius College Campus Ministry's Facebook Page.
Weekday Mass (Mon-Fri)
12:05pm Christ the King Chapel
There are NO Sunday Masses when classes are not in session.
*Our Sunday masses are currently on hiatus for summer break. Sunday Masses will resume in late August when students return to campus.
Sacrament of Reconciliation
7:15-8:15pm on Sundays when we have Mass
Reconciliation Room (located to the right when you enter Christ the King Chapel through the main doors)
Kaitlyn Buehlmann, Campus Minister for Service-Immersion Experiences
Kaylee Konczal, Graduate Assistant
Fr. Jack Mattimore, SJ, Director of Mission & Ministry
Office: Old Main 207