Aquinas House is the Catholic Student Center at Dartmouth College, a community where students may nurture their faith and grow in holiness. By actively demonstrating the importance of religion to our daily lives, AQ students become positive role models for the wider campus community. Students not only come to understand their faith, but to articulate it for others who may not share their views. Most importantly, through worship, prayer, service, and fellowship, students draw ever closer to the person of Jesus Christ.
Sunday 11 am & 7:30 pm
M, W, F 5 pm
Tuesday 12:30 pm
Thursday 8:00 pm, following Adoration & Confessions at 7 pm
Growing up in the Maronite Church by Bridget Shaia ’15 Although I now attend Mass at AQ every Sunday, I grew up going to a Maronite Catholic church with my […]
Making the Most out of These Four Years Jacob Flores ’16 Television shows and Hollywood movies portray college as four years of little to no studying, binge drinking, and casual […]
The Eastertide Rolls In by: Christopher D’Angelo ’16 Growing up, my family and I went to mass only once or twice a month, and I was not seriously involved in a […]
“There’s no vacation from your vocation!” There was a parish where I used to live that had an elementary school attached to it and every time the school was on […]
Putting Stress into Perspective By: Marissa Le Coz ’17 As any Dartmouth student can tell you, the atmosphere at the College is a very busy and frantic one. Due […]
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