Catholic Community, Sacraments And Interfaith Programming

Looking for Mass times? Here’s some opportunities:

St James Cathedral Mass Schedule:  

Sundays: 8:00am, 10:00am, 12 noon, 5:30pm

Saturday “Vigil”: 5:30pm 

Monday-Saturday: 8:00am 

Monday-Wednesday-Friday: 12:10pm

Reconciliation on Saturdays immediately after the morning Mass (8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.)

Full schedule is available here: 

Foundation in the Catholic Faith in the Jesuit Tradition

Worship, the celebration of the sacraments, and community-oriented catechesis gather individuals together to praise God, to enhance community, and to encourage spiritual growth in each other's lives.

Commitment to Interfaith 

Campus Ministry is committed to providing programming to support interfaith exploration and the creation of bonds of friendship and understanding across the diverse faith and philosophical traditions represented among Seattle University's student body.

Our commitment to interfaith work arises from our Catholic foundation. According the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, "It is our hope and our goal to foster bonds of friendship, mutual understanding, and constructive collaboration among the world’s religions in the genuine service of [human]kind."1

In addition to our interfaith programs, Campus Ministry offers a variety of opportunities for students to engage more fully in their own particular faith traditions. 

Contact the Campus Minister for Faith Formation!

Fr. Vincent

Fr. Vincent Duong, SJ (he/him)

Campus Minister for Faith Formation

Need a prayer support?

Seeking to have your prayers held in our community? This is a way for us to stay connected as a faith community while we are unable to gather to worship. Be assured that your intentions are being upheld in prayer.


The 'inter' in interfaith stands for interaction between people who orient around religion differently. The 'faith' in interfaith stands for how people relate to their religious and ethical traditions. Put together, 'interfaith' is about how our interactions with those who are different have an impact on the way we related to our religious and ethical traditions, and how our relationships with our traditions have an impact on our interactions with those who are different from us.

Eboo Patel Founder and President of Interfaith Youth Core