Brock University Catholic Chaplaincy

Brock University Catholic Chaplaincy

   The Brock University Catholic Chaplaincy is under the care and auspices
      of the Roman Catholic Diocese of St. Catharines (

Chaplaincy Team

Br. Raoul Masseur -
Catholic Chaplain

Greg Robertson -
Associate Catholic Chaplain

Amanda Hendriks -
Assistant Catholic Chaplain

Fr. Bill Derousie 
Chaplain of Sacramental Life

Matthew St Louis -
Director of Solidarity Experiences Abroad

Chaplaincy Events & Programs

Mass on Campus

Beginning the first Sunday of the fall term until the last Sunday of the winter term. Mass starts at 3:30 p.m. in the Rita Welch Meditation Centre. 

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament takes place for the Brock Catholic community on the second Wednesday of every Month during the fall and winter terms at St. Julia Catholic Church. Adoration begins at 7 p.m. and is followed by a social from 8 to 9 p.m. The Sacrament of Reconciliation is available during Holy Hour. Check back for dates for the 2015/2016 academic year.

Brock University Catholic Students' Association

The Brock Catholic Students' Association (BCSA) is a club that provides students with an authentic Catholic community experience. BCSA holds weekly discussion/formation meetings, volunteers throughout the St. Catharines community, provides the music for Sunday Mass on campus through its choir, which meets weekly, holds regular social events, and more. To join the Brock Catholic Students' Association, contact us at Join our Facebook group or visit our website for more information.

OLR Catholic Student Residence Application 2016-2017

We are looking for students who desire to share their Catholic faith with others, live in community and grow in holiness. The Our Lady of Reconciliation Catholic Student Residence is a project of the Christian Life Movement Canada, in partnership with the Brock University Catholic Chaplaincy, that provides Catholic students with a year-long experience of faith formation, community life and leadership training.  The goal of the OLR Catholic Student Residence is to enrich Catholic young adults with the knowledge and experience needed to assist them in their faith journey, to help them discern and live their vocations to their fullest and to provide the Church with vibrant leaders to live and proclaim the Gospel. Ifyou are interested in bringing Christ to our Campus, please check out the OLR Catholic Residence page on our website

If you have any questions, please contact us at

Solidarity Experiences Abroad

This program is open to all students and staff on campus. During a two week trip, we seek to explore topics of social justice, culture, and spirituality. Countries include: Costa Rica, Peru, Brazil, Equador, and South Africa. Learn more by visiting our web site:

Solidarity Experiences Abroad Club

This club was formed with the intention of keeping our Solidarity Experiences Abroad participants involved in social justice, cultural, and spiritual issues throughout the school year. We provide opportunities to volunteer in the community, discussion groups, and open forum lectures about social justice, culture, and spirituality. To join the SEA Club, send an email to


Spiritual Counseling 
Sacrament of Reconciliation (Fr. Rico Passero is available upon request) 
R.C.I.A (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults)
Prayer Services (to be announced)

Sunday Mass on Campus
Contact Us

Decew Residence Office 217
(905) 688-5550 x4764
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Office Hours
Monday - Friday: 9am to 4pm

Sunday Mass
3:30pm - 4:30pm
Rita Welch Mediation Centre
September to April


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