Religious Life Chaplaincy, Christian

The Aquinas Institute is Princeton University’s Catholic Campus Ministry.  

The Aquinas Institute has served the Princeton University community since 1928, offering a full range of spiritual, intellectual, social, and pastoral opportunities, including Sunday and daily Mass, confession, Adoration and prayer groups, Bible studies, formation in evangelization, seminars, lectures, retreats and service to those in need. Highlighting the importance of both faith and reason, Aquinas serves all students as a resource for their spiritual, theological, philosophical, moral, cultural, and aesthetic formation and inquiry.

Chaplain:

Fr. Zack Swantek, STL
[email protected]
princetoncatholic.org


Catholic Grad Fellowship is the hub of the Catholic graduate student community.

Graduate students, recent alumni, and young professionals from the area gather each week for dinner, fellowship and discussion. Topics for discussion are focused on living the faith in young adult and academic life. In addition to the weekly discussions, members of grad fellowship meet regularly for social outings, theology reading groups and service projects.

Contact:   

Meredith Thornburgh
[email protected].