Faith and service student engagement opportunities abound at St.
John’s University. Campus Ministry coordinates many
opportunities for the University community to come together through
spirituality. Some of these include interfaith services,
liturgical ministry, music ministry, retreats, Lent programs,
Catholic men’s and women’s groups, prayer and reflection.
- St. Vincent de Paul
This student-run organization reaches out to the poor and those in
need in New York City through volunteering, retreats and
reflection. Employees can participate with students in many
activities throughout the year. In Queens call (718) 990-8075
and in Staten Island (718) 990-4497.
- Three Things Talks - Catholic Lecture
A new Catholic Lecture Series titled the Three Things Talks,
is intended for both Catholic and Non-Catholic adults, and
addresses issues of Catholic belief and teaching. View the Three Things web site or contact (718)
- Windows on Vincent
Fr. Patrick J. Griffin, C.M. presents a series of six
talks on the Queens and Staten Island campuses to give people a
deeper understanding of Vincent’s spirituality. These talks
are open to all.
- Vincentian Mission Certificate
This compelling 16 month personal and professional development program rooted in our
Vincentian charism. The program is centered on three major
components: Education; Service; and Reflection; and is
designed to empower staff and administrators to live out and
reflect upon our Vincentian Mission. For more information,
contact Program Coordinator Sue Scacalossi at (718)
Join the campus community as we celebrate Mass together.
View our online Mass schedules for Queens,
Staten Island and Manhattan.