As a Catholic university, Gannon strives not only to help its students grow in their knowledge of the world around them, but also in their faith. To do that, campus ministry offers several faith-sharing groups.
The two largest groups, Ichthi and ARK focus on Catholicism and Protestantism respectively. Like all faith-based groups, they are open to anyone. For example, many Catholic students attend ARK and vice versa. There are several other specialized groups, like Letters (for the Greek community), the Zone (athletes) and Adelphai (women).
Students looking for a more in-depth faith-sharing experience can live in one of two communities: the Catholic House or the Kirk House. Both houses attend retreats and regular church services together as well as participate in events such as GIVE Day. The houses are available for students who are sophomores or older.
Read more about Gannon’s faith-oriented classes and organizations in Shawn Hogue’s blog.