Campus Ministry



 Our Mission

Campus Ministry at Misericordia University serves the Mission of the University by making visible and effective our Mercy Charisms and Catholic Tradition.  We seek to respond to the Critical Concerns of the Sisters of Mercy through advocacy, education and action.  We seek to reach out with love and respect to persons of all faiths and backgrounds and invite them to join us in our mission.
We do this by:
·  Nurturing and celebrating our faith through our spirit filled liturgies and prayer.

·  Educating our students on Christian values, morals, leadership and good decision making.

·  Faith Formation - developing in our students practice of prayer and reflection to help
   them discern God’s call in their life.

·  Fostering a passion for social justice issues that enable our students to be advocates on behalf of those who are poor and oppressed.

·  Empowering students to be leaders in ministry and service on campus and in the community.
In keeping with the University Mission and tradition, all of the programs sponsored through Campus Ministry directly correlate and express the founding Sisters of Mercy values and attitudes of Mercy, Service, Justice, and Hospitality.
Contact Information:
Campus Ministry Misericordia University
Banks Student Life Center
Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm


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A team of Misericordia University medical imaging majors captured first place in the annual Pennsylvania Society of Radiologic Technologists Technibowl competition that was held during the spring conference and business meeting in Caraopolis, Pa. Misericordia University juniors Allison McIntyre, Ashland, Pa., and Kaitlin Fink, Catawissa, Pa., earned first place in the academic competition where students compete to answer questions in the field of medical imaging. McIntyre, the daughter of Cathy Canfield and Michael McIntyre of Ashland, and Fink, the daughter of Joel and Deborah Fink of Catawissa, captured the title for Misericordia University in sudden death after answering 30 questions that addressed radiation protection, equipment operation, imaging production and evaluation, radiographic procedures, and patient care and education.
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