Campus Life

Campus Ministry

Welcome to Campus Ministry. We coordinate prayer and service activities for the school in order to fulfill our mission to make God known, loved, and served.

Please use the tabs on the left to check our calendar, find service opportunities, learn about faith sharing groups, and get to know more about campus ministry in general.

Be sure to stop by if you are in the building. We look forward to seeing you.



Downloads

  • Canned Food Drive List
    The Moeller Canned Food Drive kicked off November 2, and the final turn-in day is November 16! Download the list of supplies that goes into each box, benefitting our neighbors in need through St. Vincent de Paul and St. George Food Pantries!

News

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  • Liturgies

    The Moeller Family gathers together approximately once a month for an all-school liturgy. Students are also invited to our bi-weekly Wednesday Morning Mass, every other Wednesday at 7:15 AM in the Moeller Chapel. Parents are welcome to join us...especially if they bring their sons!
    Upcoming Liturgical events can be found by using the event filter in the Pastoral Ministry calendar.
  • Marianist LIFE Community

    The Marianist LIFE (Living in Faith Experience) Community is a student-led, faith-sharing group. Like the sodalities created by Marianist founder, William Joseph Chaminade, LIFE groups meet in Marianist schools throughout the world to continue the Marianist tradition. These meetings are designed to deepen the faith of students and strengthen the sense of community in schools. Through LIFE, students are challenged to develop and share their faith.
  • Retreats

    Retreat opportunities at Moeller are designed to meet the diverse spiritual needs of our students at varying developmental levels. 
    Our retreats are structured to help the Men of Moeller examine their...
    (1) Relationship with Self,
    (2) Relationship with Others, and
    (3) Relationship with God. 
    We examine these characteristics in the context of our Catholic, Marianist identity. 
  • Surviving After Suicide

    The Surviving After Suicide group is for anyone that has experienced the death of a loved one through suicide. Emotions surrounding the death of a loved one through suicide are often unique and complex, and therefore require a different environment than the regular Grief Group can provide. This group is facilitated by Companions on a Journey. COJ is a Non-Profit bereavement support ministry based in the Cincinnati area. Contact Steve Joebgen in Pastoral Ministry for more information at SJoebgen@Moeller.org.
  • The Grief Group

    The Grief Group is a support group for students that have experienced the death of someone close to them. Guys come together eight times a year to meet for lunch and discussion. The Grief Group meets students where they are at, and allows them the opportunity to honestly evaluate their emotions, whatever those emotions may be. Each student has had different experiences and brings a different perspective to the group. Yet the similarity of experiencing the death of a loved one helps to unite the group in a community of support to one another. This group is facilitated by Companions on a Journey. COJ is a Non-Profit bereavement support ministry based in the Cincinnati area. The environment is very laid back. The Cincinnati Enquirer recently published a special section on this important Moeller pastoral care program. Contact Steve Joebgen for more information at SJoebgen@Moeller.org.

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