"Being involved in campus ministry has been instrumental in becoming the person I am today. I have been involved in several different groups that are open to all faiths. This allows me to make connections with other like-minded individuals, so I can continue to grow in my faith. "
Campus Ministry Staff
Sister Maribeth Wentzlaff
Director of Campus Ministry
Office - "The Raven" in Roncalli
Rev. Valerian Odermann, OSB
Office - "The Raven" Roncalli
Peace Chapel - 6:50 a.m.
Oratory on Wednesdays - 5 p.m.
Peace Chapel on Tuesdays - 9:30 p.m.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Peace Chapel on Thursdays – 9-10 p.m.
Faith is a personal journey, and we respect that. Our Benedictine values guide our curriculum and your experiences to enhance your discovery of yourself, your world, and your place in it.
Our campus ministry team focuses on worship, prayer, and the promotion of Benedictine values. Join the campus ministry club and participate in coordinating several of our service projects over the course of the year. You can go on a service and mission trip, travel around the nation, or travel around the globe. Involvement in clubs, activities, and events that stress Mount Marty’s core values — awareness of God, community, hospitality, and lifelong learning — will strengthen your faith, build your leadership skills, and help you learn how to make an impact in this world, wherever you go.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF OTHERS THROUGH SERVICE.
In fulfillment of Mount Marty College’s Benedictine mission to prepare students for a contemporary world of work, service to the human community, and personal growth, service trips aim to give you a broader sense of community, one that often extends beyond our campus and community.
Campus Ministry does not stop at events for our students. Mount Marty is behind several events for regional high school students and youth, helping them connect with their faith. MMC hosts three to four faith nights a year, and our campus ministry club helps coordinate and run these events. We often host speakers, musicians, and writers such as Jon Konz, the Campus Minister for O'Gorman Catholic High School. During the faith night in question, Jon shared practical ways to hear God's voice in everyday life through inspirational stories, original music, and traditional worship.