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"Ask big questions, craft worthy dreams." - Sharon Daloz Park

Campus ministers are available to students as they sift life's questions and set goals that define the persons they hope to become. Spirituality touches the very heart of the individual and provides a solid core around which to integrate all aspects of life. Attending properly to our spiritual selves helps to keep our lives in balance and at peace among all the expectations and uncertainties we face as we journey through life.

Spiritual Direction

Spiritual direction is a one-to-one conversation with an experienced spiritual guide who serves as a companion and listener in the individual’s search for God. For more information, contact Sister John Michele Southwick, southwick@marywood.edu, (570) 961-4723, ext. 2413 or Sister Cathy Luxner, luxner@marywood.edu, (570) 961-4703.

Pastoral Counseling

Pastoral counseling attends to the healing and development of the whole person-- mind, body, spirit--through the integration of spirituality and counseling.  For more information, contact Sister John Michele Southwick.

Network for Vocation in Undergraduate Education (NetVUE)

Marywood is a member of NetVUE, a network of colleges and universities committed to fostering the intellectual and theological exploration of vocation in their campus communities. For information about resources, programs, and services, contact Sr. Catherine Luxner, luxner@marywood.edu.

Busted Halo – an online magazine for spiritual seekers

Catholics on Call

Catholics on Call supports Catholic young adults (ages 18-30) as they strive to discover God’s call in their lives, and explore the possibility of a life of service in the Church.