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The Chaplains are available to meet with students throughout the year. To contact one of the Chaplains, please click on Contact Us.
The Chapel is open from 8.30am until 10 pm each day during term. Daily Monday - Friday mass is at 1.10pm during term. Sunday mass is at 1pm & 9pm during term. Confessions: Wednesdays 8.15 - 8.45pm during term. Adoration every Friday during term 1.30 - 2.30pm in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel.
The Chapel is also open from 10am until 7pm each day during holiday periods.
In the midst of a busy campus, we hope that the Chapel of St. Columbanus will be an oasis of peace and prayer for you ... a place where you can be yourself.
Mass is celebrated each weekday during term (Monday to Friday) at 1.10pm Mass is celebrated on Sunday at 1pm and 9pm
Everybody is welcome
Holy Hour each Friday during term from 1.30 - 2.30pm
Confessions: Wednesdays during term 8.15 - 8.45pm or by request.
Mondays from 5.30pm to 6.15pm during term
Take time for yourself and for God - no previous experience necessary!
Meditation, Chant, Candlelight and Ecumenical Prayer. The Taize Group meet on a monthly basis. Keep an eye on the Sunday newsletter and Chaplaincy Facebook page for upcoming dates.
Each day, students and staff visit the Chapel to light a candle or say a prayer.
Many years ago, one of the Chaplains left a large blank artbook near the altar of the College Chapel. He left no instructions or directions or suggestions on what this book was intended for. Over time, students began using this book to write to God, to write of their needs, their pain, their desires and their thanks. There have been many volumes of the book since that first one; each filled with stories of love and loss, of loneliness, friendship, success and faith. There are still no guidelines or rules. However, this book has become central to the life of the Chapel Community.
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