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University Chaplaincy

University Chaplaincy

University Chaplaincy

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Calendar/schedul University Chaplaincy

We offer the possibility of participating in numerous activities in English to those professionals and students who need it: English Mass, confessions, Reflections on the Bible, Assistance to the Needy, Lending Library ... Services are also offered in other languages.

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English Mass

Sundays and holy days: 5:00 p.m. | Science Building Chapel

Confession / Spiritual guidance in English

Fr. José Alviar. Thursdays 5:15-6:15 p.m. & Fridays 10:15-11:15 a.m. at the Central Building Chapel; Sundays & holy days 4:30-4:50 p.m. & 5:45-6:00 p.m. at the University Hospital Chapel  

Other activities in English

  • Reflections on the Bible*

  • Assistance to the Needy. Providing assistance to the poor, the sick, and the aged.

  • Lending Library. A collection of spiritual and cultural reading books in English is available for borrowing (inquire from Chaplain before or after the English Mass; or contact Fr. José Alviar

  • Recollections & Retreats*

  • Catholicism series (Word on Fire)*. Viewing of Fr. Barron's "Catholicism" videos.

  • Faith and Questions*. Inquiry sessions dealing with questions frequently raised about the Christian faith.  Open to all who want to look more deeply into vital aspects of religious belief. Topics: the Existence of God; God and Evil; Creation and the Book of Genesis; the identity of Jesus Christ; Christ's Resurrection; the Church; the Afterlife; the end of the world; prayer life; the Mass; Sin and Forgiveness; Euthanasia; Biomedical Ethics; Sexual Ethics; Love, Marriage, Divorce; Social Justice and the Christian; Communism, Capitalism, and Christianity.

  • Theology on Tap*. Informal get-together (over supper) with a speaker on current religious issues.


 *calendar/schedule will be set according to demand: inquire from Fr. José Alviar

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For further information on these and other activities in English, contact Fr. José Alviar (

For information on activities in other languages, contact Fr. Manuel Valdés (