On October 8, University Director of Music, Joseph Legaspi, D.M., will perform at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall (57th Street and Seventh Avenue in Manhattan). He is one of the featured singers at the 6th Ten Outstanding Filipino American Awards. Sharing the stage with him is renowned Filipino composer, Ryan Cayabyab. Click here for more information.
On Saturday, September 17, the Saint Peter’s women’s soccer team teamed up with The Office of Campus Ministry to help with a community service project. With the help of Erich Sekel, associate director of campus ministry for community service, and numerous other volunteers, they took part in the Junkyard Dogs clean-up crew. Read the full […]
Last Wednesday’s “Music from Within: The Saint Peter’s Community Cabaret” successfully showcased over 25 musical talents from in and around the University community before an audience of over 150 people. Music @ Saint Peter’s University is thankful to everyone who performed, watched, helped out with and supported the concert. Special thanks to Rev. Michael Braden, […]
Music at Saint Peter’s University’s last concert of the year will surely not be its least. For this show, an impressive array of talents from in and around the university will come together for, “Music from Within: the Saint Peter’s Community Cabaret,” to be held at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 11, at St. Aedan’s: The […]
Music @ Saint Peter’s University staged two successful free concerts right on campus last week, in line with the program’s aim to bring enriching music experiences to the community in and around our campus. On Wednesday, April 20, world-class violinist and Met Orchestra member Narciso Figueroa gave a free 45-minute performance to a full house at […]
Ecuador recently suffered a terrible earthquake leaving many without clothing and living essentials. The Office of Campus Ministry is accepting donations of medical supplies, gloves, bandages, sleeping bags or inflatable beds, blankets, batteries, flashlights, candles, gallons of water, sanitary napkins, diapers, non-perishable food, rice, dried grains, tents, crayons, coloring books and unused toys through tomorrow, […]
On Saturday, April 3, campus ministry hosted a Rebuilding Together Day, in which 35 Saint Peter’s students participated. The students helped to beautify a school in Jersey City. Thank you to all of the volunteers who gave up their Saturday to make a positive impact on our local community!
The Campus Kitchen at Saint Peter’s University is proud to announce that they prepared and delivered more than 19,000 pounds of food and over 1,700 meals in the month of February, which is the most meals served in one month in the University’s Campus Kitchen history. The group would like to thank all of the […]
Are you looking for something to read this break? Campus Ministry is launching a book club to commemorate the beginning of the Year of Mercy. The book we’ll be reading is: Mercy in the City: How to Feed the Hungry, Give Drink to the Thirsty, Visit the Imprisoned, and Keep Your Day Job. This short memoir by […]
In honor of the 25th anniversary of the Jesuits who were killed at University of Central America in San Salvador, El Salvador, 2015 Rafto Prize Laureate Rev. Ismael Moreno Coto, S.J. led a discussion about his personal experiences with the martyrs and the need to find non-violent pathways to peace. In addition, he led a blessing of The […]