The campus ministry department at Benedictine University Mesa focuses on each individual student, guiding them in their faith formation during their time at the school through ministry activities, bible and faith studies and worship services. It also ensures that the University fulfills its mission as a Catholic and Benedictine institution, enriching the faith life of the campus as a whole.
Rob Curtis is currently the Director of Campus Ministry and Adjunct Theology Faculty at Benedictine University Mesa. He has spent his entire adult life serving the Church in youth ministry, campus ministry, adult faith formation, and teaching at parishes and schools in the Dioceses of Phoenix and Salt Lake City. Rob holds Masters degrees in Pastoral Theology, Secondary Education, and Educational Leadership. While Rob is truly humbled to be able to serve Christ in the numerous ways he has been called, none mean more to him than his vocation as a husband to Carrie and father to his daughters, Taylor and Molly.
Fr. James was appointed chaplain of BenU Mesa back in 2015 by the Diocese of Phoenix and also serves at Holy Cross Parish in Mesa. He is responsible for providing access to the sacraments for the University’s Catholic students and spiritual counseling for students of all faiths.
The Chapel, located across from the Student Success Center provides a quiet spot for reflection and prayer for Benedictine University students, faculty and staff and is open for use during school hours.
Immediately following Friday mass in the Chapel
Wednesday & Friday
Father James' Office
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Information coming soon.
The Story of Salvation Bible Study – Fridays, 10:00-11:30 AM in the Student Programs Room (Just added: Tuesdays, 9:30-10:30 AM)
An introductory Bible Study that examines God’s bigger plan in Scripture and helps participants discover their place in the story of salvation.
ALPHA – Tuesdays, 5:00-6:30 PM in the Student Programs Room
Alpha is an exciting, 8-week series exploring the Christian faith, and it is designed to ask the deeper questions of life in order to foster conversation.
Students of all faiths, and no faith, are welcomed and encouraged to attend. Food is offered and there is no cost, but if you’re interested, email me back to RSVP.
Catholic 101 – Wednesdays, 12:45-2:00 PM in the Student Programs Room
This series focuses on different aspects of the Catholic faith, helping those interested in learning more about the faith, or wanting to dive deeper, a place to discover the richness of the Catholic faith.
Information coming soon.
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