Furman Catholic Campus Ministry

Furman Catholic Campus Ministry


Hey guys! My name is Angele and I am a member of the Diocese of Charleston's Diocesan Missionary Team. Since we came to visit a few weeks ago, we have had a promo video made about our mission, what we do, and the way we live! Please check it out and share it with anyone you know who may be interested in serving in youth ministry for a year. Thanks :) and please let me know if you have any questions!
Happy All Saints Day!

-Sunday Mass at Furman Daniel Chapel @ 9:00pm led by Fr. Patrick Tuttle -Wednesday Night Dinner + Fellowship at Chapel Garden Room @ 7:00-9:00pm

Mission: Our mission is to love the LORD our God, and one another, and be so moved by this love towards lives of service, learning, and community. We aim to exemplify the teachings of Jesus Christ as reinforced by the Church Fathers to enrich our lives of faith through exemplary pastoral care. -Sunday Mass at Furman Daniel Chapel @ 9:00pm -Wednesday Night Gatherings at Chapel Garden Room @ 7:00pm Email: [email protected]

Operating as usual

Don’t forget that tomorrow is a CLP mass! Same time as usual- 9–10 p.m. in Daniel Chapel. We hope to see you there!

Join us tonight for our last normal Wednesday night CCM of the semester! We’re going to have a fantastic program and Mrs. Mary Nemeth (Mary Kate’s mom) has volunteered her time and talent to come speak about the immaculate conception! We will be having lasagna, salad, garlic bread, and desserts for dinner. We hope to see you there!

[11/28/18]   We will be having officer elections tonight for CCM! We would love for you to come and help decide who your new CCM officers will be for the upcoming year! As usual, we will be in the Garden Room of the Chapel and we will begin at 7:00. We will be having Flat Rock for dinner and we hope to see you there!

Join us tonight for the “God? Forum” in Hartness Pavilion (upstairs by the DH) from 8-9! People with different religious beliefs will engage in meaningful and respectful discussions about their faiths and why they believe what they believe. This is a great opportunity to explore your own faith and learn about other religions!

And bonus: It’s a ***CLP!!!!***

Happy Thanksgiving!

This Thursday, November 15th, join us for The Sanctuary: An Experience In Christian Prayer!

Join us tomorrow (Wednesday, November 14th) for our weekly CCM Fellowship in the Garden Room! Dinner starts at 7:00, and our program is one on how we measure our worth and how we can start to use the ultimate measure of worth: God’s love for us. We hope to see you there!

Join us TONIGHT for a super fun CCM Jeopardy! We will be having great food and testing our knowledge about Catholicism through Jeopardy! As usual, we will be in the Garden Room of the Chapel from 7:00-8:30. We hope to see you there!

This week’s CCM is, as usual, in the Garden Room of the Chapel from 7-8:30/9 on Wednesday, October 24th. Our program is about procrastination, where Tom will be presenting about procrastination in our lives generally and relating to our relationships with God. There will also be some fun skits so you won’t want to miss it! To paraphrase Father Pat, the best way to avoid procrastinating “is to procrastinate procrastinating.” See you there!

Join us on Wednesday night for our weekly CCM Fellowship from 7-9 in the Garden Room! We will be discussing implicit bias and how it affects us as Catholics.

“The implicit bias program is geared towards making people recognize the ways bias plays a role in their everyday decision making. It’s important for us as Catholics to recognize this so we can be more accepting and tolerant of others as we live our lives, and so that we can love others equally and treat them justly.” -Tom Feingold, CCM Program Director

We hope to see you this Sunday!

Join us on Wednesday, October 3rd for our weekly CCM fellowship in the Garden Room from 7:00-9:00! Keeping with the theme of midterms, this week’s program is on (breaking) monotony. Morgan will be making tacos for dinner! You won’t want to miss it!

Join us tonight from 7:00-9:00 for CCM in the Garden Room where we will be discussing Catholicism and Hookup Culture. We will be having delicious pasta for dinner! We hope to see you there!

Join us tonight from 7:00-9:00 for our weekly CCM fellowship in the Garden Room of the chapel! We will have a taco bar for dinner and T.J. will be leading the discussion! We hope to see you there!

Join us tonight for CCM where we will have a discussion about finding God in unexpected places. We will be in the Garden Room of the Chapel from 7:00-9:00, and we will have dinner beginning at 7:00. All are welcome and we hope to see you there!

Come out and join us for our first CCM of the year tonight at 7:00! We will be having a cookout on E Field (in front of Blackwell) and all are welcome! We’ll have frisbee, volleyball, cornhole, and a special surprise!

Final CCM tonight! Meet at the chapel tonight by 7:00 sharp- you don’t want to miss it! We will be back on campus by 8:30 and make sure to wear comfortable/workout clothes. We hope to see you there!

Edit: We will actually be back around 8:30, rather than 9:15 or 9:30!

Join us tonight for our LAST REGULAR CCM of the semester from 7-9 pm in the Garden Room of Daniel Chapel! Annie, Emma, and Morgan will be cooking us an awesome dinner that you won’t want to miss!

Join us tonight at 7:30 in the Hartness Pavilion for this semester’s “God? Forum” CLP. It will be an awesome experience with great conversations, and you can get CLP credit!

Join us tonight for our weekly fellowship from 7-9 p.m. in the Garden Room in Daniel Chapel. Tonight’s CCM will be led by our CCM President, Caroline Baer! We will also be having pizza for dinner!

First Things

Easter faith is the surest anchor for all of us in turbulent times.

Movie and Service Night this Friday night from 7-9 in Patrick Lecture Hall in Plyler. Hope to see you there!

Join us tonight from 7:00-9:00 in the Garden Room in Daniel Chapel for our weekly fellowship. We will be discussing the modern issues between the scientific community and the Catholic Church.

Here is a great prayer for today as we remember the ultimate sacrifice Jesus made for us on Good Friday.

CCM Spring Retreat 2018

CCM Spring Retreat 2018


Zombies vs Icons: Art, Monsters, & the Apocalypse --- Jonathan Pageau - Furman University

In case you weren’t able to attend the CLP last night (or you just want to hear it again) here is the audio from the Zombies vs. Icons CLP that CCM co-hosted on March 15th!


soundcloud.com The world seems to be racing into an ever-growing chaos. Everywhere we turn we see increasing political division. Under such social strife lies a more profound malaise brought about by fragmenting ide

Father Pat: Guess what?!
You: What?
Fr. Pat: We’re having Flat Rock for dinner at CCM tonight!
You: No way!
Fr. Pat: Yahweh. 😂

CCM will be co-hosting an upcoming CLP on March 15 from 7-8 p.m. in Daniel Chapel. We hope you all can make it!

Weekly CCM Fellowship tonight from 7:00-9:00 in the Garden Room! We would love a big turnout to show our support for our guest speakers!

Also, today is the last day to sign up for the retreat (March 23-25), and there is a $10 deposit to sign up. Contact Tom Feingold either by email or tonight at CCM if you are interested or have any questions.

Join us tonight from 7:00-9:00 in the Garden Room for our weekly CCM Fellowship! We will have great food and a presentation from the Diocesan Ministry Team.

Join us tonight for CCM Fellowship at 8:00 in the Garden Room, followed by Ash Wednesday Service at 9:00 in the chapel.

Vatican News

Gospel of the Day (Mark 8:11-13)

The Pharisees came forward and began to argue with Jesus, seeking from him a sign from heaven to test him.
He sighed from the depth of his spirit and said, "Why does this generation seek a sign? Amen, I say to you, no sign will be given to this generation."
Then he left them, got into the boat again, and went off to the other shore.

Vatican News

Pope Francis on Twitter: May the sick always be shown love in their fragility and respected in their inviolable dignity.

Vatican News

Pope Francis on Twitter: As we grow in our spiritual lives, we realize how Grace comes to us and to others, and must be shared with everyone.

Tonight’s program is about Lent. More specifically, it's about why we have Lent in the Church, and how we can grow closer to God during this season.

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