JPCatholic has been consistently recognized on the Newman Guide for offering a faithfully Catholic college experience. We’re a unique community of artists and innovators, centered around our faith in Jesus Christ and the beauty of the Catholic faith.
College is a time for professional formation, but it’s also an opportunity for spiritual growth. A rich sacramental and prayer life is at the center of our students’ daily life, with the Eucharist being at the very core. Each day’s class schedule is structured around the Mass, so that any student who wishes may easily attend. Other devotions and ministries contribute to Catholic life on campus, including Eucharistic Adoration, Rosary, households, and retreats.
Spiritual Direction is offered by a number of priests and religious who are on campus weekly.Learn More
Mass & Confession Times
Mass and Confession are offered daily M-F, along with two weekend Masses.Learn More
Ministries & Events
Altar Server Ministry
“And I will go in to the altar of God: to God who giveth joy to my youth.” (Psalms 42:4)Learn More
Households are similar to a fraternity or sorority, but focused around a common devotion or saint, providing opportunities for prayer, fellowship, and service.Learn More
Light of the East Eastern Catholic Ministry
A ministry to promoting Eastern Christian Traditions and Culture. We hold daily Liturgical Services and Engagement Events on campus.Learn More
Men’s and Women’s Groups
The Student Life staff provides regular events for men and women to grow in their faith.
Praise & Worship Ministry
Praise & Worship Ministry meets every Wednesday at 7:30pm in the Chapel of the school. We hope you join us with a heart of song!Learn More
An opportunity for students to relax and rejuvenate from the stress of classes and projects, and most importantly, to encounter Christ in a new and profound way.Learn More
Student rosary is prayed at 8:30pm every night at the student apartments when classes are in session.Learn More
Sacristans are responsible for organizing the daily and weekend Masses on campus.Learn More