Spiritual Life

Mass is offered seven days per week in St. Jude Chapel during the fall and spring semesters, and during the summer session depending on the availability of a priest. Dates and times for Mass are regularly posted. The chapel is open daily from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. for personal prayer.

Additionally, Aquinas College recently opened the Corpus Christi Adoration Chapel for perpetual Eucharistic adoration. The chapel is open 24 hours per day, 7 days per week year round for silent, private devotion. For more information about adoration at Aquinas, please visit the Adoration section of our website.

Two campus-wide masses are celebrated during the school year: the Holy Spirit Mass during the fall semester and the St. Thomas Aquinas Mass in the spring. While attendance is not mandatory, all students are encouraged to participate.

All classes at Aquinas begin with a prayer or spiritual reading. We also begin each meeting and event with a prayer. Many other opportunities for communal prayer are available, including an annual Living Rosary, weekly rosary recitations, biannual penance services, weekly Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and Stations of the Cross during Lent.

St. Jude Chapel

Most liturgies and communal prayer—daily Mass, Rosary, Compline, and Divine Mercy Chaplet—take place in St. Jude Chapel.

St. Jude Chapel Mass

 

Corpus Christi Adoration Chapel

The Corpus Christi Perpetual Adoration Chapel serves the Aquinas College and wider community as the only perpetual adoration chapel in the Diocese of Nashville. For more information, please visit the Adoration page.

St. Jude Chapel Schedule

Mass

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
12:20 p.m.

Thursday
4:20 p.m.

Saturday
9 a.m.

Sunday
10 a.m.

Confessions

Monday–Friday
11:30 a.m.–noon

RSS USCCB Daily Readings

  • Monday of the Sixteenth Week in Ordinary Time
    Reading 1 Ex 14:5-18When it was reported to the king of Egyptthat the people had fled,Pharaoh and his servants changed their minds about them.They exclaimed, "What have we done!Why, we have released Israel from our service!"So Pharaoh made his chariots ready and mustered his soldiers—six hundred first-class chariotsand all the other chariots of Egypt, with […]