The Catholic spirit at Trinity is both rich and abundant. As you tour the campus and walk the halls, you get an immediate sense of the important role Catholicism has in Trinity’s culture. Here are just a few examples of campus ministry we have in place:
- Three campus ministers and a supportive faculty who participate in ministry-sponsored programs
- Counseling services for every class
- Chapel in the geographic center of campus
- Regular communication with students’ home parishes/churches
- Catholic Christian art and imagery adorn classrooms, buildings and outdoor spaces
- Regular visits from the Archbishop for worship
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
Mary Emrich H’09
Director of Campus Ministry
Assistant Campus Minister and Service Coordinator
Green Cross Club (service club) Coordinator
Rev. Dave Zettel ’58
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