Whether it's a weekend retreat, a Bible study for an hour, all students are welcome at all of our events.
Check back in the fall for more details!
College Night - Tuesdays at 6:00 to 8:00 pm at Christ the King - details coming soon
Daily Mass at Christ the King - Mon., Weds., Fri. at 8:30am; Tues. & Thurs. at 12:15pm
Mass on Campus - Wednesdays in University Center - 12 pm noon - during the school year
Eucharistic Adoration / Reconciliation - Thursdays at Christ the King - 5:30 - 6:30 pm
Bible Study (Sunday Mass Readings) - TBD
College Alpha - TBD
CCM Business Meeting - TBD
Where we are located...
Christ the King Catholic Parish
1400 Gerald Ave.
Missoula, MT 59801
We provide a diverse range of retreat experiences that are adapted to meet students schedules and spiritual needs. From day-long mini-retreats to full-weekend "over-nighters," you are sure to find a quality encounter with Christ no matter what your schedule. Check back often to learn about more opportunities.
Legendary Lodge Retreat - September 22-24, 2017
SEARCH - October 27-29, 2017
Vocations Retreat - February 23-24, 2017
You do not need a title to be a leader in our ministry. CCM encourages students to take up the call to serve as a lay leader as we plan, coordinate, and facilitate our activities. The easiest way to help lead CCM is by participating in our weekly CCM Business Meeting.
The purpose of the Business Meeting is to plan activities happening in the immediate future. Specifically, we will determine topics/activities for upcoming events (e.g. UNite, Men's/Women's Groups, Bible Study, etc.), discuss new small groups or events, assign individuals to specific tasks, evaluate CCM events from the previous week, make budget and expenditure decisions, etc..
All who want to serve as a leader in our ministry are welcome to participate.
Mondays at 4:30pm at Christ the King in Room 216
The Diocese of Helena established a Mission in Guatemala in 1964 in direct response to the call of Pope John XXIII and the Fathers of the Second Vatican Council.
The scope of missionary activity has grown over the past 50 years and is vast. The Mission serves the 70,000 Catholics in the remote region of Santo Tomas la Union. Liturgy is celebrated in over 51 mission stations. The Mission supports a school for 550 native children and youth. It has a busy medical clinic, and a weaving program designed to empower native women, widows and families.
This Mission strives to serve the people through spiritual care, education and health services.
Bishop Thomas is very supportive of its ministry. He sees the mission as of vital importance to the Diocese of Helena. As was so forcefully described in the documents of the Second Vatican Council, it is a ‘leaven of liberty and progress.’
Our Bishop says, “We must explore ways to build upon the missionary spirit if the mission and its many activities are to remain viable in the years ahead.”
As members of Catholic Campus Ministry at the University of Montana, we hope to experience this missionary zeal and to see the face of Christ in our fellow brothers and sisters in Guatemala.
Every three years, the University of Montana Catholic Campus Ministry organizes a trip to the Mission in Guatemala. The purpose of the trip is to provide students with a week of cultural exchange, labor, and fellowship, focusing around the principles of Catholic Social Teaching. We are up in the rotation in 2020.