Campus Ministry

Our Campus Ministry program provides a series of experiences directed to help each student become men and women of faith, purpose, and service. We look to foster a sense of Catholic culture in the Cristo Rey community through liturgies, retreats, service, and programming. All students complete Christian service hours all four years to put their faith into action. They volunteer in a variety of ways, serving their churches, communities, and those in need in the greater New York City area.

For more information regarding Campus Ministry, contact Andrew Ketchum, Director of Mission & Ministry,  at

aketchum@cristoreybrooklyn.org.

Retreats Offered

  • Junior Class Leadership Retreat

  • Upperclassmen Men's and Women's Wilderness Retreat

  • Sophomore Hiking & Nature Retreat I

  • Sophomore Art & Music Retreat I

  • Freshmen Girls Overnight I

  • Freshmen Boys Overnight I

  • Freshmen Boys Overnight II

  • Sophomore Art & Music Retreat II

  • Freshmen Girls Overnight II

  • Service & Justice Retreat

  • Senior Women's Retreat

  • Senior Men's Retreat

  • Sophomore Hiking & Nature Retreat II

  • Hoops for Hope Excursion Trip

Please note that due to the COVID health pandemic all retreats have been cancelled or moved virtually.

Keona Smith,
Class of 2020

Hoops For Hope, Summer 2019 >

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The trip to Buen Hombre, Dominican Republic was a life changing experience that allowed to me be part of something bigger than myself. I had the opportunity to give back and learn the value of true selflessness.

Reflections

Zachary Byrd,
Class of 2021

Men's & Women's Wilderness Retreat >

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The retreat allowed us to get out of our comfort zone and do things we otherwise wouldn’t. It was an experience that brought us closer as a class and allowed us to interact with peers we usually don’t.

Tara Crimmins,
Assistant Dean

Being a chaperone >

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This experience was one of the most rewarding as it allowed me to truly bond and get to know my students outside of the classroom. As we reflected on our identities as women, children of God and sisters & brothers, we were able to begin to unpack the complexities of our identities and our common bond as Christians, people and family at CRB.