Christmas and Winter Break Mass Schedule

For Christmas, Thursday, Dec 25, we will celebrate two Masses in the beauty of Memorial Church.
We'll begin on Christmas Eve (Wednesday night). At 11:45pm, we'll have a short service of carol singing, in which all are invited to join. Mass will follow immediately, at 12 midnight.
We will also have Mass at 12 noon on Christmas Day (also with carols before, at about 11:45am).

During the University's winter break (through January 4, 2014) and through January 11, our...

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CC@S Mobile App

The free CC@S app from the Catholic Community @ Stanford is packed with prayer materials, media links, Mass times, events, directions, donations, and additional resources for navigating a Catholic life on campus.

(Current version released August 11, 2014.)

Tips for users of the old version:
Apple: Your phone/tablet will automatically update when you the app from the link below. OR, you can go the update button/tab in the iTunes store on your device, and click the "update" button next to the existing CC@S app.
Android: Download the new app from the link below. You...

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Are You New? Welcome to CC@S!

Thank you for stopping by! Whether you're just visiting us or are looking for a new parish home, are interested in finding out more about the Catholic Church or are returning to the practice of your Catholic faith, we're happy you're here!

We are both parish and campus ministry serving Stanford students, faculty, and staff as well as the many non-students who have chosen to make CC@S their home. We are served by the Dominican Order, and are called to share the love of Christ through study, prayer, community, and service. We want to develop and form well-educated, passionate, and faithful Catholic leaders who live out the love of Christ.

MemChu

If you have any encouragement from being united with Christ, if any comfort from His love, if any fellowship with the Spirit, if any tenderness and compassion, then make my joy complete by being like-minded, having the same love, being one in spirit and purpose.
~ Phillipians 1:1-2