GET INVOLVED
CATHOLIC DISCIPLES

Weekly meetings are held Wednesday nights beginning at 8:00 p.m. in the lobby of the Comeau Catholic Campus Center (see address below).

 

We are devoted to learning and growing in our Catholic faith through formation, fellowship and prayer.

 

Anyone is welcome!

SMALL GROUP BIBLE STUDIES

The Comeau Catholic Campus Center partners with FOCUS (Fellowship of Catholic University Students) and student leaders in our community to provide FHSU students the opportunity to participate in a weekly bible study.

These studies allow space to grow in authentic friendship with other students and a chance to go deeper into your relationship with Christ! 

Reach out and join today.

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RETREATS, CONFERENCES & MORE
  • Crossroads

    • Annual Student Retreat by FHSU students for FHSU students 

      • This year's date TBD​

  • KCCSC (Kansas Catholic College Student Convention)

    • Annual Convention in February every year​

      • This year's date TBD

  • FOCUS SEEK Conference

    • This Dec. 30 – Jan. 3, SEEK22 will be in Salt Lake City! Come be part of an incredible five-day event where we bring to God all that we are — all our questions, desires, needs, hopes — so that He can make all that is within us new.​

If interested in any of these, get registered and then check out the Calendar + Events page for more updated information.

SOCIAL EVENTS

Various social events are hosted at the Campus Center throughout the year such as:

  • Movie nights

  • Game nights

  • Wine & Cheese

    • Formal Dance at the Catholic Center 

 

Check the Calendar + Events page for the most updated information.

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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS

The Knights of Columbus is a men's organization focused on prayer and fraternity among its members for a common cause based on the Catholic Faith. They are an organization which prides itself in serving, helping, and supporting the local community of FHSU and Hays.