• Rooted in the Mission & Core Values of the College
    The Center develops ongoing dialogue, relationships and opportunities to engage, nurture and foster faith and spirituality among individuals and across our communities.
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  • Events
    These events provide the space and opportunities to explore spiritual development in all aspects of life.
    • Living a Nonviolent Life Workshop

      On March 17, long-time activist, priest, author, and lecturer, Fr. John Dear, will use his book, The Nonviolent Life, to guide participants in reflections on our individual and shared journeys deeper into the life of creative nonviolence.

    • Mandala Sand Painting Exhibition

      A Mystical Art of Tibet live exhibition by the monks of Drepung Loseling Monastery. Over the course of four days in October, the monks painstakingly constructed a traditional sand-painted mandala, an ancient tool for healing the earth and its inhabitants. Learn more about the mandala.

  • About the Center's Planning Committee
    Our hopes and plans for the future of the Center for Faith and Spirituality.
    • Sr. Ellen Turner, RSM

      Sister of Mercy
      Member, Saint Joseph’s College Board of Trustees

      “I am delighted to be part of the process to develop the Center for Faith and Spirituality. The Center will provide multiple occasions for individuals and groups to explore their spiritual development. The Saint Joseph’s College campus speaks to the soul because we are surrounded by such natural beauty.”

    • Dr. Jim Dlugos

      President, Saint Joseph's College

      “The Center for Faith and Spirituality will provide an array of resources for individuals to use as they explore and develop these important aspects of their lives. The Center for Faith and Spirituality is a fitting expression of hospitality to the state, the region, and beyond from Maine’s Catholic and Mercy college.”

    • Dr. Meredith Tipton

      Community Member
      Member, Saint Joseph’s College Board of Trustees

      “A logical place to foster an intellectual and theological based spirituality program could be Saint Joseph’s College. My hope for the Center is that it be a place that is safe and welcoming to all who seek deeper nourishment for their own spiritual journey.”

    Sr. Ellen Turner, RSM

    Sister of Mercy
    Member, Saint Joseph’s College Board of Trustees

    “I am delighted to be part of the process to develop the Center for Faith and Spirituality. The Center will provide multiple occasions for individuals and groups to explore their spiritual development. The Saint Joseph’s College campus speaks to the soul because we are surrounded by such natural beauty.”

    Dr. Jim Dlugos

    President, Saint Joseph's College

    “The Center for Faith and Spirituality will provide an array of resources for individuals to use as they explore and develop these important aspects of their lives. The Center for Faith and Spirituality is a fitting expression of hospitality to the state, the region, and beyond from Maine’s Catholic and Mercy college.”

    Dr. Meredith Tipton

    Community Member
    Member, Saint Joseph’s College Board of Trustees

    “A logical place to foster an intellectual and theological based spirituality program could be Saint Joseph’s College. My hope for the Center is that it be a place that is safe and welcoming to all who seek deeper nourishment for their own spiritual journey.”