St. Mark’s Parish: Catholic Campus Ministry at UBC
St. Mark’s Parish, located on the UBC Campus, has responsibility for Catholic Chaplaincy at UBC.
For more information on Mass times, programs and other events, please consult St. Mark’s Parish website. You can also find them on Facebook.
The two chaplains are: Fr. Robert Allore, SJ and Fr. Michael Stogre, SJ. They both can be reached by email or at 604-822-4463 ext. 126.
The Newman Catholic Club is the association for Catholic Students at UBC, Corpus Christi College and St. Mark’s College. Its goal is to form community and give students the opportunity to connect with Catholic peers on campus and explore their faith in a university environment. There are chapters of the Newman Club on university campuses across North America. To learn more about Cardinal Newman, you may wish to read the words of Pope John Paul II. The Newman Club has been meeting on the site of St. Mark’s College since 1958, but has been in existence since 1926. Contact them at email@example.com.
Catholic Christian Outreach (CCO)
CCO meets weekly throughout campus for small group faith studies and joins in the chaplaincy of daily masses at St. Mark’s Parish. CCO’s reach extends beyond the UBC university campus, is also at Simon Fraser University and offers events throughout Greater Vancouver.
Corpus Christi College Student Association (CCCSA)
Every student at Corpus Christi College (CCC) belongs to the CCCSA and can engage in their many activities. The CCCSA acts as the voice of the student body, planning events and activities, and working as advocates on behalf of all CCC students.
Knights of Columbus
For all the men looking to get involved in Catholic leadership and take part in great volunteer opportunities, UBC has the only college council of the Knights of Columbus in the BC/Yukon District. The Knights of Columbus organization has a long, rich heritage dating back to 1882 and currently has over 1.7 million members worldwide.
UBC Catholic Korean Student Club
The UBC Catholic Korean Student Club’s goal is to gather Korean-speaking Catholic students for weekly faith sharing, Bible study, twice monthly Mass & fellowship.