Campus & Young Adult Ministry

Who are Young Adults?
Young adulthood refers to people in their late teens, twenties, and thirties; single, married, divorced, or widowed; and with or without children.

What is Young Adult Ministry?
Young Adult Ministry strives to implement four goals.

Goal 1:  Connecting Young Adults with Jesus Christ.
Goal 2:  Connecting Young Adults with the Church
Goal 3:  Connecting Young Adults with the Mission of the Church in the World.
Goal 4:  Connecting Young Adults with a Peer Community.

What is Campus Ministry?
Campus Ministry is an expression of the Church’s special desire to be present to all who are involved in higher education and to further the dialogue between the Church and the academic community.  Visit Arizona State University website to learn more about our involvement in ASU’s Downtown Campus Ministry:  Council of Religious Advisors (CORA)

Upcoming Young Adult Events:

Event Title:  Theological Reflection

We will explore the art of theological reflection, which is a way of doing theology that starts from the experiences of life and leads to searching in faith, for deeper meaning, and for the living God.

Date:  Wednesday, November 8, 2017
Time:  7 PM to 8:30 PM (Begins with a light dinner.)
Location:  St. Mary’s Basilica – Social Hall
Cost:  Free for College Students, Faculty, Staff and Young Adults

For More Information:

Director of Faith Development
Br. Scott Slattum, OFM
Phone:  602-354-2082
Email:  sslattum@smbphx.org