Worship

Then he took the bread, said the blessing, broke it, and gave it to them, saying,

"This is my body which will be given for you; do this in memory of me."

 

MONDAY-WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY | 5:00PM

TUESDAY | 12:30PM

THURSDAY | 8:00PM

SUNDAY | 11:00AM & 7:30PM

All liturgies are celebrated in St. Clement Chapel at our facility at 2 Occom Ridge on the campus of Dartmouth College.

Holy Hour:

THURSDAY | 7:00PM

Confession:

THURSDAY | 7:00-7:50PM or SUNDAY | 6:45-7:20PM

Adoration & Confession is in St. Clement Chapel at our facility at 2 Occom Ridge on the campus of Dartmouth College. Confessions can also be made by appointment. If you are interested in scheduling, please contact Fr. Brendan directly.

Looking to become more involved with your faith? Consider serving at Mass at AQ! Student ministers are an invaluable gift to the life of our faith community, which is why we invite all current undergraduate and graduate students to attend a training session at the beginning of each term. See our student ministries page to learn more about opportunities to become involved.

For questions, please contact aq@dartmouth.edu.

Each year, Dartmouth students are invited to join the Catholic Church through participation in our RCIA Program (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults). RCIA classes begin each fall and conclude in the spring. The program is open to all students, including those already baptized or those only needing the Sacrament of Confirmation.

If you are interested in learning more, please contact Fr. Brendan directly.

Mass on the Mountain

Dartmouth is located in the Upper Valley with easy access to hiking trails and mountains. Mass on the Mountain is a special experience unique to our location, and one we take advantage of when the weather permits. It includes a hike, often a local one like Holt’s Ledge or something further like Mt. Kearsarge, and we celebrate the Sacrament of the Eucharist at the summit before returning home to share a meal.

For questions, please contact aq@dartmouth.edu.

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