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Spiritual wellness allows us to be in tune with our inner selves. This realm of wellness lets us find meaning in life events and define our individual purpose. Spirituality can stem from beliefs, faith, religion, values, ethics or moral principles that provide purpose and direction in our lives. A healthy spirit helps us remain resilient and better prepared to face life’s challenges.

You can foster your spiritual wellness by:

  • Exploring your inner self. Take time to reflect on who you are.
  • Meditation, contemplation or practicing mindful relaxation.
  • Practicing acceptance and detachment. 
  • Being curious. If something happens that makes you even the slightest bit curious, take a moment to explore the experience a little deeper.
  • Looking for a religious faith that aligns with your values.
  • Finding a community to process and share your self-discovery work.
  • Traveling and experiencing other cultures.


On Campus Resources

  • Sacred spaces and places of reflection
    • Saint Francis Chapel
    • Maria Regina Pacis Chapel (Peace Chapel) of Rodman Hall
    • Residence Hall Reflection Rooms
    • Labyrinth
    • Other Places for Reflection​​​​
  • Spiritual Accompaniment and Spiritual Direction
    • Need some guidance for a big decision? Or maybe you just want someone to process your faith or your big questions about spirituality? JCU Campus Ministry offers one on one meetings with our ministers. These meetings are casual and we hope that you are not afraid to book a session. Simply browse through our staff and click their link to book a meeting. After that you can let us know if you want to meet in person or online and we can start chatting based on your personal needs. We’re excited to meet you!
    • Who can I meet with?
      • Jesuits
      • Campus Ministers
      • Resident Ministers
      • Student Ministers (please email a campus minister if you prefer to meet with a student)
  • Spiritual and Faith-centered programming

On Campus Resources