Campus Ministry Office (CMO)



About Us

The University Campus Ministry was organized in 1986 through the initiative of former University President Sr. Josefina G. Nepomuceno, OSB who was ably assisted by Sr. Andrea Collantes, OSB, then Values Education Consultant. Its administrative and ministerial operations are facilitated by the Campus Minister and the University Chaplain, supported by a consultative body–the University Pastoral Council (UPC).

The Campus Ministry Office takes care of the faith and spiritual formation, liturgical services, and celebration of sacraments for employees, students, partner communities, and other stakeholders. It also facilitates recollections, retreats, and other psycho-spiritual formation sessions for employees as well as apostolic works and outreach activities.

Vision

A Christ-centered ministry that focuses on spiritual upliftment towards a reflective and participative Holy Angel University community.

Mission

True to the University’s Catholic identity and mission, the CMO preserves and promotes the spiritual growth of the whole Holy Angel University community through meaningful liturgical celebrations and other faith-oriented endeavors.

Goals and Objectives:

  1. To preserve and promote the Catholic identity and spirituality of the University;
  2. To plan, implement and evaluate liturgical , formation and related activities;
  3. To coordinate with various departments and offices in the campus concerning liturgical, religious, formation , apostolate and other spiritual activities;
  4. To coordinate with the Archdiocese, parishes and other ecclesiastical authorities with regard to liturgical, formation and service involvement of the University;
  5. To partner with the Christian Living Education Department and the Office of the Community Extension Services in promoting activities with regard to formation and service or the apostolate aspect of the Campus Ministry Office;
  6. To play an advocacy role in matters concerning justice and morals, and
  7. To promote Marian devotions and other Catholic practices among the Holy Angel University community members