Campus Ministry works along side many partners within the USMC Community, the University of Toronto Campus and the Greater Toronto Area.
St. Basil’s Parish
St. Basil’s is the Collegiate Roman Church of the University of St. Michael’s College, and a fully-functioning parish. St. Basil’s offers regular liturgies, access to the sacraments, and opportunities to grow in faith and to serve in liturgical ministries or charitable activities.
Regis St. Michael’s Faculty of Theology
Regis St. Michael’s offers both basic and advanced graduate degrees in theology. Accredited by the Association of Theological Schools, the Faculty of Theology is committed to a theological enterprise that is interdisciplinary, ecumenical, and attuned to multi-faith and multicultural contexts. Weekly liturgies ground the Faculty of Theology’s community in common prayer and fellowship.
The Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute, an autonomous unit of Regis St. Michael’s, specializes in Eastern Christian Studies, including the theology, spirituality, liturgy, history, and ecclesial polity of the Eastern Christian Churches, both Orthodox and Catholic. A central aspect of the Sheptytsky Institute’s life is its Byzantine Rite Chapel of Chapel of St. Sophia and her three daughters. All are welcome to its regularly scheduled worship.
The Faculty also offers public lectures on cutting-edge theological research and contemporary issues, which are regularly advertised on our news feed.
Ecumenical Chaplaincy is Christian chaplaincy ministry “rooted in the traditions of The Presbyterian Church in Canada and The United Church of Canada, for the community studying, working and living at the University of Toronto.”
The University of Toronto Multi-Faith Centre supports the well-being of everyone on U of T’s campus and provides opportunities for people to learn from each other through interfaith dialogue, arts, and social justice, respecting everyone’s right to worship. Check out their website for information on upcoming events and services.
Campus Chaplains Association
The Campus Chaplains Association is a network of UofT chaplains representing the Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Humanist, Indigenous, Jain, Jewish, Muslim, Pagan, Sikh, and Unitarian Universalist traditions. While these chaplains represent various faith and ethical traditions on campus, and work with students of those traditions, they are also available to any students (from any tradition or none) who are looking for spiritual care, ethical or existential conversation, or emotional support.
The Office of Catholic Youth
The Office of Catholic Youth provides training and support for young adult Catholic faith formation, as well as events such as Theology on Tap.
Archdiocese of Toronto
The University of St. Michael’s College is part of the Archdiocese of Toronto, under the pastoral leadership of our Chancellor and Archbishop Francis Leo. The archdiocesan website houses helpful resources and information on events throughout Toronto.