Nurturing a Life of Worship
This ministry aims to provide meaningful, relevant, inculturated and dynamic liturgical celebrations and devotional practices, especially the Holy Eucharist. It commits itself in ensuring that Lasallian spirituality and mission are integrated in all celebrations to help "deepen the understanding and internalization of the Lasallian Core Values of Faith, zeal in Service, and Communion in Mission" across all sectors of the DLSU-D community (Philippine Lasallian Family Convocation 2008, Strategic Intents and Capability Building Measures, p.38).
Building Communities of Disciples
This ministry provides opportunities for the members of the community to participate in the life of the Church through community building and faith sharing activities. It commits itself in ensuring the integration of Lasallian identity and mission in these activities in order "to encourage the formation of small self – sustaining groups, focusing on growth and Lasallian Spirituality through prayer, faith sharing and ministry" (2008 PLFC, SI and CBM p.40)
Creating a Culture of Vocations
This ministry aims to accompany the members of the DLSU-D community "to create, strengthen and sustain a culture of vocations where each person is invited to discover his/her calling through the cultivation of formative relationships" (2008, PLFC, SIF and CBM p. 36) with special emphasis on the promotion of Lasallian Vocations.
"The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; pray therefore Lord of harvest to send out laborers into the harvest." Luke 10:2
This ministry proclaims the message of Jesus Christ to the community by gathering, organizing and disseminating information about the Christian faith to strengthen the community's zeal for service and bring about communion in mission. It commits itself to "strengthen the integration of the Lasallian story, core values and education for vocations" (2008 PLFC, SI and CBM p.38) in all its programs and initiatives. These are encounters with the Word of God through Bible sharing, catechesis for adults and children and through print and online publications.
- Lasallian Prayer Bites is a monthly prayer guide prepared by the Campus Ministry Office to assist our DLSU-D community in their growth in understanding Lasallian spirituality, identity, and mission as we celebrate the 100th Year of the Lasallian Presence in the Philippines. This can be used in different classes, offices and departments during prayer meetings and fellowships.
- Church W.A.V.E.S. The official publication of the Campus Ministry. This quarterly publication seeks to promote a greater sense of communion among the members of the DLSU-D community by means of printed media. It aims to assist the faith formation and facilitate the spiritual growth of the community through articles, messages, reflections and prayer guides that provide catechetical instruction and spiritual upliftment in view of evangelization.
- Church Infobits. A one-page catechetical and informational leaflet about liturgical seasons, feasts and solemnities, Church events, meant to assist the community in becoming aware and attune with the liturgical life of the Church.
- Campus Ministry Social Media Account. “DLSU-D Campus Ministry” is the official Facebook page of the Campus Ministry. It is meant to reach a greater number of the members of the community, as a way of evangelizing through postings of Church life, the Word of God, events and prayers.
Evangelizing Outreach Ministry
The Evangelizing Outreach Ministry aims at carrying out spiritual and corporal works of mercy for the DLSU-D and partner communities and institutions. This includes: (1) Pastoral care for the sick; (2) mass for departed members of DLSU-D; (3) sacramental and evangelical accompaniment for partner communities and institutions; and (3) community engagement activities. Specifically, community outreach activities is our way to provide opportunities to where volunteers (students, faculty and staff) to become active witnesses and instruments of God’s love and compassion to others. As stated in the Lasallian Guiding Principle (LGP), all sectors (in lasallian institutions) should participate in the Church’s mission and are committed to easing the plight of the vulnerable and marginalized sectors of the Philippine Society (LGP,p.4). This is also part of the formation program which members of Campus Peer Ministry (CPM) undergo. Such formation can only be fruitful if it leads to becoming more aware and compassionate most especially to the suffering of other people.
Retreat and Recollection Ministry
This ministry provides all students with spiritual formation through retreats and recollections. Its programs respond to the goal of holistic formation which takes into consideration the cultural, spiritual and developmental growth of the students. Moments of silence, prayer, reflection and sharing are provided so that the students may better understand who they are and find God's presence in their experiences.