Campus Ministry invites all members of the McGuinness family to deepen their faith in Jesus Christ and His Gospel. We call upon our students, faculty, and staff to be a Christ-centered community that passionately serves others with integrity and experiences Christ in the Catholic tradition. Campus Ministry fosters spiritual growth through worship, prayer, reflection, leadership, service, education, and faith formation.
Mrs. Aimee Phillips, Campus Minister can be reached at (405) 842 6638, ext. 256 or email@example.com
Catholic Social Teaching
- Life and Dignity of the Human Person -- Protecting and enhancing the life and dignity of every human person is foundational.
- Call to Family, Community and Participation -- Our society, in economics and politics, requires that people work together for the common good. Society must strive to help individuals grow in community, protect the family and assist the poor.
- Rights and Responsibilities -- Human rights for life and those things required for human decency along with corresponding responsibilities to one another, our families and the society at large.
- Options for the Poor -- Putting the needs of the most vulnerable members of society first is a basic moral test of a civilized society. This is reflective of the education and spiritual mission of Blessed Pier Giorgio Frasatti.
- Dignity of Work and the Rights of Workers -- The economy must serve people, not the other way around. The dignity of work must be recognized and fostered.
- Solidarity -- Catholic social teaching proclaims that we are our brothers' and sisters' keepers, wherever they live. We are one human family, whatever our national, racial, ethnic, economic, and ideological differences. Learning to practice the virtue of solidarity means learning that "loving our neighbor" has global dimensions in an interdependent world.
- Care of God's Creation -- We show respect for the creator by our stewardship of creation and accepting the ethical challenges to protect people and the planet.