All are welcome here!
Discovering the presence of God in your life is an important part of your identity at CLU. Campus Ministry offers opportunities to help you nurture that identity and calling. You will be invited and welcomed into a worshipping community as one way to explore the God Story within you.
We acknowledge the presence of a living God.
We believe in the life-giving action of Jesus Christ.
We understand the power of the Holy Spirit calling us into lives of committed service.
The whole of scripture is a catalogue of God calling all of god’s creation into purposeful and meaningful work. From the earliest text written from torah, the whole of the Old Testament into and through the New Testament, it is God who calls forth good gifts for the support of all things living.
Called by God, we are called, asked invited, encourage, and even summoned to use our gifts and talents in service to one another. God has chosen us for a purpose “on purpose. God has a design in mind and that design includes serving the needs of other “for purpose”.
Meet the Catholic Seminarians for Spring 2014
Simon Kim is a Catholic seminarian from St. John's Seminary in Camarillo, CA. He arrived to Los Angeles from South Korea when he was just six years old with his family and has been in Los Angeles ever since! Prior to entering the seminary, Simon taught middle school math and English for four years and majored in history and education from Loyola Marymount University. Simon enjoys rooting the Lakers, playing golf, going hiking and sharing the joy of the Gospel!
My name is Ron Clark and I am a Catholic seminarian currently studying at St. John’s Seminary in Camarillo. Having a passion for Family History and after years of research I have amassed a great deal of information regarding who I am and from where our family has come. It is inspiring to see the ambition of those in my family who had the foresight to cofound the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce along with those who loved God so much they dedicated their lives for five generations as Methodist Ministers. I have been blessed by God as He continues to use all of my life’s experiences not only as a Private Investigator and Parish Youth / Vocation Director but also as the father of a 26 year old son. He has taught me to love and to share myself with those I encounter. I pray that my heart remains open as I ponder the beauty of God’s call placed at my feet.