Come, O Radiant Dawn

As the campus is transformed in preparation for the celebration of Christmas, we are reminded of the call of the prophets to be “watchful and alert” for the coming of the Great Emmanuel.

We invite you to visit the campus after nightfall to enjoy the beautifully decorated buildings and landscape. May the Christmas lights that adorn our campus, be a beacon of hope as we wait with great anticipation for the coming of Christ this Christmas.

Happy Advent to you all.

Advent Greeting from Campus Ministry

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Our Marianist Lay Communities (MLC) participated in the Diocese of Honolulu’s “Star Light, Star Bright Christmas Program”. The program, which is part of its office of Prison Ministry provides an annual Christmas program reuniting incarcerated women with their children. This year, our local MLC’s participated in the program by creating gift baskets for the families,…

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Chaminade University’s very own chorus-in-residence, Hawaii Vocal Arts Ensemble (HVAE), is once again hosting their annual Christmas Concerts in Mystical Rose Oratory. The annual concert features both traditional and contemporary music for the Christmas season. Saturday, Dec. 20 at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 21 at 4 p.m. Ticket Info Preferred Seating: $35 General Admission: $25…

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Our Christmas Eve Mass is scheduled on Wednesday, Dec. 24 at 7:30 p.m. with Christmas Carols at 6:45 p.m. There will be no Christmas Day or New Years Day Mass. St. Patrick’s Church has two Christmas Day Masses scheduled: Thursday, Dec. 25 at 8:30 & 11 a.m.

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Thoughts from our Students

Campus Ministry allowed me to be a minister of God’s word by accepting what I have to offer. Campus Ministry is an environment of faith and a great place to be in.

After attending my first Awakening Retreat with Campus Ministry, I have learned that there is a huge support system here at Chaminade University.

Campus Ministry has helped me spread the Marianist Family Spirit, be open to others and has helped me strengthen my faith.

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