Chaplaincy & Liturgy
Our chaplain, Fr. Lawrence Donnelly, and the local clergy of the Archdiocese of Vancouver, are pleased to provide the following liturgy, devotions, and spiritual direction for the college community and guests:
Celebration of the Eucharist
Mass is celebrated in the Ordinary Form of the Roman Rite (English) from Monday to Thursday from 11:00 to 11:30 am in the main classroom.
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Confession is available in the Chaplain's office by appointment or from 10:15 to 10:45 am on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Spiritual direction is available from the Chaplain by appointment.
Counselling for Students
University life is a great adventure! It is a time of change and of growth in all aspects of our life. But as with any adventure, there comes some challenges.
Jane Waldock has joined the CPC community to help you by providing individual counselling (free of charge) on a regular basis at the College.
CPC Additional Resources & Archives
Dialoguing Toward Truth
Episode 1: Do Catholics Worship Mary?
Episode 4: Is the Eucharist True Flesh & Blood
Episode 7: Do Catholics Worship Graven Images?
Episode 2: Why do Catholics Pray to Saints?
Episode 5: Do Catholics Believe the Pope is Perfect?
Episode 8: Do Catholics Use Only Rote Prayers?
Episode 3: Why do Catholics Confess to a Priest?
Episode 6: Do Catholics Teach "Works" Salvation?
Episode 9: Why Do Catholics Pray the Rosary?
Faith & Academics
About the Catholic Formation Track
Introduction to CFT
ENGL 106 - Poetry & Drama in a Catholic Context
RELS 107 - Doctrine & Disciplines
RELS 388 - Liturgy & Sacraments
LATN 211 - Latin
Intro to CFT Courses
RELS 105 - The Coherence of Faith
PHIL 115 - Virtue Ethics
RELS 382 - Vatican I to Today
ENGL 105 - Fiction in a Catholic Context
RELS 106 - Sacred Scripture
ART 215 - Beauty & the Sacred
RELS 367 - The Catholic Church: Past & Present
Catholic Faith Study
Fr. Lawrence will be instructing students on matters of the Catholic faith and guiding them through various provocative/controversial questions that often arise about it. People new to Catholicism will gain a foundational understanding of it, and those familiar with it will deepen their understanding of it.
Come check it out, there are no commitments involved - although, you'll probably get hooked!