Places of Worship


Campus spaces for prayer and reflection
  • Our Lady Queen of Peace Chapel (under renovation until Fall 2014)
  • Brothers' Chapel (St. Joseph Hall)
  • Muslim Prayer Room (Woodward Building, Room 144)
  • Grotto
  • Sorin Oak
Connecting with Austin faith organizations

Recognizing the need for students to connect with a local faith community during their time at St. Edward’s University, Campus Ministry works in concert with a wide variety of faith-based organizations to help students get connected in Austin. In many cases, Campus Ministry staff members have firsthand experience with many local resources. We can be a helpful source of information to find the organization or faith community that's right for you.

You can find a faith community by checking out the Places of Worship directory.

Local organizations include:

Interfaith Action of Central Texas (iACT, formerly AAIM) - iACT unites faith and cultural communities to foster respect, partnership and transformation in service of the common good. iACT sponsors numerous dialogue events throughout the year and coordinates various interfaith service projects throughout the Austin area. Contact iACT at http://interfaithtexas.org/

University Interfaith Council - The University Interfaith Council is an organization of campus religious leaders who provide mutual support, to discuss issues and values relevant to ministries at University of Texas at Austin, and to facilitate common programs with other ministries and with UT Organizations and offices. Contact the UIC at www.uicut.org.

Seton Cove - The Seton Cove, an interfaith spirituality center, was created in 1995 to be a place of hospitality and solace for people seeking to integrate spirituality more fully into their daily lives. Seton Cove is recognized as a leader in Austin for spiritual formation, creative learning, and holistic renewal. Contact the Cove at www.setoncove.net.

Eremos– Eremos provides opportunities for spiritual growth through prayer retreats, educational workshops and spiritual direction. Contact Eremos at www.eremos.org.

Students are also welcome to contact any of these organizations directly, if they choose.

If you would like more information on Austin faith-based organizations, please contact James Puglisi, DMin by e-mail or by phone at 512-233-1693.