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Campus Ministry Team

Fairfield University Campus Ministry

Fairfield University

1073 N Benson Rd
Fairfield, CT 06824
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Phone: (203) 254-4000

Student Population:
5,275
Approx. Catholic
Student Population:

4,500

Welcome to Fairfield University Campus Ministry! Reflecting our Catholic value that all people are created in the image and likeness of God, Campus Ministry strives to be a home for all students to integrate faith into the whole of their lives from an intellectual and spiritual perspective. Rooted in our Ignatian identity, we welcome students from all faith traditions and at all points on their spiritual journey. Recognizing the need for solidarity in today’s world, we seek to nurture a “faith that does justice”. Come visit us in our office, located on the lower level of the Egan Chapel of St. Ignatius Loyola! For more information, please contact Kathleen Byrnes – kbyrnes@fairfield.edu.

Schedules

Mass Times

(Egan Chapel)

Monday through Friday – 12:10pm

Sunday – 11am, 5pm, 9pm

Adoration Times

Thursday – 9pm Egan Chapel

Confession Times

1 Hour before each Mass

By Appointment

People

Fairfield University Campus Ministry Staff


Newman Connection members associated with this campus


Programming

Encountering Faith. Deepening Knowledge. Transforming Lives.

Our Guiding Principles and Values:

  • Solidarity that animates our desire to do justice in the world.
  • Encountering the Holy by inviting each person on a spiritual journey that includes prayer, reflection and worship.
  • Hospitality - welcoming students to participate in community, valued for who they are.
  • Transformational Growth - inviting students to explore vocation, resilience, leadership and engagement.
  • Religious Diversity - cultivating relationships and opportunities for dialogue within and across religious difference.
  • Ignatian Spirituality - exploring language and concepts through which students can make sense and meaning of their experiences.
  • Stewardship and Sustainability - ensuring a more just use of our shared resources and care for our common home.

United In Prayer

Total UIP Points: 0
UIP Rank: 1497 / 1497

Members United In Prayer: