Ministry and Mission

Pray. Fast. Give. These three words shape both our vocabulary and ministry during the Lenten season. We provide extra retreats, days of reflection, reading materials, and sacramental opportunities -- all of which seek to energize these three words in the lives of our students. The challenge that we as a Campus Ministry community can attest to is bringing these three simple words to life in our own Lenten practice.  Let’s not to be caught up in the busy-ness of lent, but rather embrace prayer, fasting and giving as a way to bring new life to ourselves and our ministry.

We, at, are also in a time of new beginnings in regards to our team and ministry.

Help us welcome Pam Tremblay as the new program coordinator for the Empowered Campus Ministry team. In addition to joining Empowered Campus Ministry, Pam is a full time campus minister. She is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame Echo Program and has worked previously in parish life and campus in-residence ministry.  

Empowered Campus ministry is also thrilled to be starting up our blog again. Bringing together the voices of ministers and students leaders throughout the country, we hope to bring to you all a platform to share wisdom and encouragement to one another. If you are interested in writing or know of a campus minister or student who would be please have them e-mail Pam at

Lastly, our webinars are back! Our next webinar will be on the V Encuentro coming to you on April 4, 2017. Join the Empowered Community to hear how campuses across the country have brought V Encuentro, a USCCB initiative to engage all generations of Hispanics and Latinos, to their campuses.  Register here to join us!

We, as an Empowered Campus Ministry, invite you to participate in opportunities to learn, grow and share your campus ministry experience. Join our webinars, check out our blogs and be part of our online community at

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