These programs invite students, faculty, staff and alumni to think critically about today’s complex social realities and about their responsibilities within them.

Miles for a Mission

Miles for a Mission is a non-competitive 5K fun run/walk around campus. The proceeds from the event benefit Alternative Spring Break and International Immersion.


Sunday, November 17, 2019

7:45-8:15 a.m. Check-in and on-site registration in the Pavilions Multipurpose Room
8:27-8:30 a.m. Announcements and sponsor acknowledgments
8:30 a.m. Runner start at Moody Drive and Theater Pass
8:33 a.m. Walker start at Moody Drive and Theater Pass
  Finish line at Moody Drive and Theater Pass

Children 10 & under are FREE and will register on-site with their guardian. 
Dogs & other pets are not allowed on the course. 

Volunteer Sign Up

Soup and Substance

Soup and Substance is a Lenten lunchtime reflection facilitated by university faculty and staff and community partners. The topics center around a yearly theme and engage a variety of social justice issues. A simple meal of soup and bread is provided.

Respect for Life

Campus Ministry is active in promoting respect for life from natural birth to natural death. We do so in a manner that is consistent with the Roman Catholic Church’s ethic of life and grounded in Catholic Social Teaching and the understanding that all people are created in the image of God, and thus, entitled to human dignity. Events throughout the year help to promote human dignity through service, education, awareness and advocacy.

Although respect-for-life is a topic that tends to be associated with specific issues that sometimes can politically divide people, Respect Life at St. Edward's is an attitude and way of life. Respect for life is rooted in the belief that the dignity of the human person is the foundation of a moral vision for society. The Pierle Scholar for Respect For Life Issues collaboratively works to sponsor and promote various events throughout the year that seek to build campus awareness for Respect for Life issues such as the death penalty, abortion, euthanasia, human trafficking, homelessness and other social issues that impede upon the ability for people to live with dignity.

The goals of the Pierle Scholar are to:

  • Create spaces for conversation and discussion about what it means to respect life.
  • Plan events, programs, and initiatives that educate on and promote a deeper respect for life. 
  • Support and promote other events, programs, and initiatives from groups on- and off-campus.
  • Self-educate on issues of respect life in the local community and beyond.

For more information, contact Josh Stagni.