Building a Faith Community

Aloha and welcome to Chaminade University’s Campus Ministry. We will provide you with the best spiritual support during your time here. Chaminade University is a Catholic and Marianist institution where we welcome and serve people of all faiths and traditions.

College is a wonderful time for personal growth and discovery. We will work to provide opportunities for you to nurture your spiritual growth and to especially embody the Catholic and Marianist Spirit. We invite you to play an active part in our ministry and in the life of our campus community. Be sure to utilize all that we can offer and to make the best of the resources that Chaminade University provides. We wish you a truly blessed experience during your time here and we hope to see you at our events.

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The Pastoral Team

Campus Ministry Staff

Bro. Mark E. Motz, S.M.

A graduate of a Marianist high school and university in Ohio and now serves as our minister for spiritual development.

Maimoa Fineisaloi

A graduate from a Marianist high school in Maui, she now serves as our minister for peace, justice and retreats.

Rev. George J. Cerniglia, S.M.

A native of New York City, he graduated from a Marianist high school in Long Island and serves as our chaplain and rector.

Danny OʻRegan

A native of England, he served as a campus minister at the Newman Center in Manoa before becoming director of Campus Ministry

Bro. Brandon K. Alana, S.M.

A Marianist Brother and graduate of Chaminade University, he now serves as our pastoral minister.
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Fair trade is a trading partnership based on dialogue, transparency, and respect that seeks greater equity in international trade. It contributes to sustainable development by offering better trading conditions to, and securing the rights of, marginalized producers and workers – especially in the Global South. When you purchase fair trade items from our sale, you…

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On Sunday, November 2, the Church celebrates the Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed, commonly known as All Souls’ Day. The La Familia Spanish Club will be sponsoring the 7:30 p.m. Mass that evening. They will also be setting up a small side altar with pictures of deceased loved one we want remembered at the…

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This Friday, October 31 from 12 to 4 p.m., Campus Ministry will having its annual Treat-or-Treat program at Palolo Elementary. The program provides the children at Palolo a safe and fun environment to dress up and enjoy the Halloween event. Student organizations will be on hand to manage several of the game booths throughout the…

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Blessed be our God: Our Brother, Joseph Priestley, priest, has been called to an everlasting dwelling place with the saints, at the age of 89 with 70 years of religious profession. He died on October 11, 2014 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Let us thank God for the gift of his life; let us thank Mary Our…

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This Sunday, October 12 we will welcome the Lumana’i O Samoa club to our 7:30 p.m. Mass. The club will be providing the music for the evening liturgy and will present several religious dance performances at the end of Mass. White Sunday or “Lotu Tamaiti” (Children’s Service) as it is known in Samoa, is a…

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Friday, October 17, 2014 12:30 p.m. Mystical Rose Oratory Light luncheon provided following the prayer service Medical institutions and hospitals around the country host services where the hands of medical professionals are blessed on the feast of St. Luke, who was both an evangelist and physician. Join us as we bless the hands of our…

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What They Are Saying About Us

Thoughts from our Students

During my time with Campus Ministry, I have learned to be more welcoming and more understanding of my fellow peers.

Campus Ministry is a safe haven for me to express myself and not feel like I’ll be judged by my peers because I know that they will love me no matter what.

Campus Ministry guided me to incorporate prayer back into my life and to reach out to the community.

In Campus Ministry I learned to be more open about myself and never to give up on my dreams, to serve others and to be there for one another.