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Service & Missions

"The miracle is not that we do this work, but that we are happy to do it."


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Every country experiences its own poverty. The poverty we happen to experience is loneliness. Catholic Campus Ministry’s 2024 Spring Break Mission Trip will be held in Denver, Colorado from March 10-16, 2024. We will partner with Christ in the City to serve the homeless of Denver. We will work alongside Christ in the City missionaries to walk their daily routes and pray with, listen to, and love the homeless brothers and sisters they have gotten to know over the course of their mission year. There will be daily prayer, talks, Mass, adoration time and group bonding. 

The trip will cost around $400 per person. This cost covers travel, room and board as well as accident insurance for each volunteer. All living quarters provided by Christ in the City have heating and cooling. 

There are only 10 spots available. In order to receive a spot, please fill out the application form in the link below. After filling out the application, the mission trip leaders will prayerfully consider your application and notify you if you have or have not received a spot. If you are approved, you will have one week to submit your first $50 of the trip fee in order to secure and hold your position on the trip. Below are important dates to be aware of once accepted. There will be fundraising opportunities and more informational meetings in the upcoming days.

• $50 deposit due if chosen for team
• $200 due by January 31, 2023
• Final payment of $150 due February 14th
• Payment plans can be arranged with CCM

For more details contact:
Jeffrey Roxas

Campus Minister for Outreach

Human Rights

Join us to learn and raise awareness about burning human rights issues.... 

For more details contact:
Andrew Mercer PhD

Director of Religious Education

Who We Collaborate With

Organized by Department of Justice, Peace and Human Development under USCCB, for more than 30 years the Catholic Social Ministry Gathering (CSMG) has brought together hundreds of participants whose faith inspires them to address pressing current domestic and global challenges affecting our most vulnerable brothers and sisters at home and around the world.

CRS works with organizations around the world to help poor and vulnerable people overcome emergencies, earn a living through agriculture and access affordable health care.

St. Jude League Community Development is a non-profit, non-religious funding (grant making, awarding) organization that directly supports community development and social justice programs operated by the Claretian Missionaries in the United States and Canada. The programs are primarily in high-poverty, urban communities and address critical issues including education, health and food insecurity, and caring for migrants and refugees.

KofC contributes to providing children the gift of warmth, advocating for a culture of life, giving persecuted religious minorities food and medical care, or helping rebuild after natural disasters, and more through various charitable programs.

Pregnancy Care Center (PCC) opened its doors in the year 2000. They help young women and men throughout southwest Missouri who are facing an unplanned pregnancy.  They also offer free pregnancy testing, limited ultrasound and information on pregnancy options.

Bear Pantry provides the MSU community with access to well-rounded, nutritious resources and education to increase food security and healthy lifestyle choices.

...and more

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