Events and Programs
At Barry University, our interest extends beyond your academic and professional development; we are interested in you as a full person. This includes paying attention to your spiritual growth and the deepening of your relationship with God and neighbor. While firmly grounded in our Catholic tradition and Dominican heritage and expressive of our Mission and Core Commitments, we invite all members of the Barry Community into a closer relationship with God, self, neighbor and creation and to do so with openness to students, faculty and staff of all faith traditions. Whether you are Catholic or you belong to another faith tradition, the Campus Ministry staff can help you develop your spirituality and provide opportunities to celebrate your religious rituals and customs through our spirituality and faith formation programs, services and events.
21 Day Spirit Challenge Register Here
October 15, 2014
“Bootcamp for the Soul” 4 Wednesdays beginning October 15th.
Are you ready to take your spirit to the next level? Give your soul a workout! Participants commit to daily spiritual “exercises”, being matched with a spirit buddy, and attending weekly group meetings to deepen their spirituality. Daily text/email reminders, a journal, and a T-shirt are included. $5 Registration
“Just Be” Weekly Meditation
Tuesdays 12:30-12:55 PM
Remove stress and find inner peace with this weekly guided meditation practice in the middle of the day. You will learn meditation techniques and tools to help you balance emotions and enjoy the present moment. Beginners and seasoned meditators are welcome.
Catholic Faith Association
Tuesdays 5:00 PM -6:00 PM
Find a home away from home and connect with other Catholic students. The CFA is a place to grow in your faith through fraternity, fun, and service.
Thursdays 5:30 -6:00 PM
Cor Jesu Chapel (in the back) Take a break to pray! Rosary beads are provided.
Bible and Faith Sharing Group
Wednesdays 7:30-8:30 PM
Take this hour and share this time to receive God’s word, meditate, and encourage one another to stay strong in our walk through Christ! If you have ever wondered how to apply the Bible to your life, this group is for you. This student-led group will give you the inspiration you need to live in hope and faith. No requirements necessary, just the desire to grow closer to God and to have him present in all aspects of our lives.
Mindfulness and Meditation for Stress Relief
Begins March 12th. Registration deadline is March 9th.
This workshop series offers skills in mindfulness and meditation, which can lead to increased balance, calm, and connectedness to your most authentic self. Beyond simply decreasing your stress, this course offers an approach for finding satisfaction in you daily life.
In collaboration with the Center for Counseling and Psychological Services Registration deadline is February 20. Register at the Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (Landon 105) or with email@example.com
Campus Ministry offers the opportunity for students to reflect on their lives of study and relationship within the context of their religious faith. Pastoral Counseling focuses on specific issues of faith with which a person may be struggling. It offers ways to consider how one’s religious faith and tradition inform and guide those issues.
Spiritual Guidance is for those students who would like to talk confidentially with someone about spirituality and faith. Spiritual guidance is open to people of all religious traditions and background. It focuses on a person’s development in relationship with God and with themselves, around spiritual questions and issues.
While neither of these services are substitutions for personal counseling around emotional and psychological issues, Campus Ministers are trained to listen, discern and pray with all students. For more information about Spiritual Guidance or Pastoral Counseling, or to schedule an appointment, please contact Campus Ministry 305-899-3650. Spiritual Guidance is for those students who would like to talk confidentially with someone about spirituality and faith. Spiritual guidance is open to people of all religious traditions and backgrounds. It focuses on a person’s development in relationship with God and with themselves, around spiritual questions and issues.