Catholic faith is at the heart of The Catholic University of America. This part of CUA's identity is reinforced through the many options for service and formation on campus, as well as by the integration of faith and reason in each of the University's 12 schools. Many student organizations provide opportunities for fellowship while serving others. CUA's Office of Campus Ministry helps students follow Christ and live the values of the Gospel within the context of the Catholic faith.
First and foremost, every Catholic educational institution is a place to encounter the living God who in Jesus Christ reveals his transforming love and truth. - Pope Benedict XVI
Catholic University has a unique relationship with the Holy See stemming from its papal charter and the visit of two Popes to campus in addition to the announced visit of Pope Francis on Sept. 23, 2015. See CUA's "PopeinDC" website for more information about the Holy Father's visit.
Information on events sponsored by the Office of Campus Ministry.
Schedule of on-campus Masses and resources for other worship opportunities in the Washington area.
Opportunities for students to grow in their faith, including the discernment process for those considering religious life.
Information for students and staff on how to get involved with CUA’s outreach programs.
A description of the university's unique role as the flagship Catholic institution of higher education in the United States.