Campus Ministry

Lance Dixon

Lance Dixon
Director of Campus Ministry

Campus Ministry is the office that helps coordinate service projects and social justice campaigns, along with community and hospitality events. We support students and staff who want to grow in the Catholic intellectual tradition of the university by organizing Eucharistic celebrations, speaker series, spiritual direction, faith retreats, and pastoral support through local priests.

The campus ministry office also coordinates the use of the Sacred Space room for groups of other spiritual traditions, and collaborates in ecumenical and multi-faith events on campus. Our office exists to help build a compassionate and inclusive community on campus while seeking the common good in society.

If you have any questions, you can contact the Director of Campus Ministry, Lance Dixon, by clicking here.

Eucharistic Celebration

Wednesdays at 11:30 am & Sundays at 4:30 pm

Every Wednesday at 11:30 and Sundays at 4:30 in McGivney Hall, students, staff, faculty and community members join together as people of God in praise and thanksgiving, listening to the scriptures, breaking the Eucharistic bread and opening ourselves more fully to God’s self-giving love. We welcome everyone who wishes to participate in the celebration.

First Mass of 2019 will be held on January 9th at 11:30 am

Good Food box

What is the Good Food Box?

The Good Food Box (GFB) is a program under the Community Kitchen Program of Calgary whereby you can purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at a very low cost. The Good Food Box is a hands-up program as opposed to hands-out. We offer all Calgarians sustainable access to nutritious food to ensure that no one has to go hungry. The boxes are put together and delivered by dedicated volunteers who along with The Community Kitchen desire to see individuals and families accessing affordable nutritious food.

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StMU Social Justice Expo

Environment is Everything

StMU Students 4 Social Justice are calling students to submit projects, papers and/or presentations on environmental justice (ie. innovative ways to re-use waste, effective strategies to raise awareness, etc). These ideas will be front and center during the upcoming StMU Social Justice Expo!

All submissions will be reviewed to ensure the dignity of all persons will be respected in this public forum.

Send your DIY’s or research to ideas to: or
Anyone is welcome to bring their ideas and be part of the conversation!

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