As a Jesuit university, we gather together to celebrate the Eucharist, the central expression of the Catholic Faith. Through our weekly Student mass in St. Ignatius Church, the signature liturgies during the school year, or more intimate worship services in residence halls, we mark significant moments in the life of the university. All are welcome. 


Sundays | 7–8 p.m. | St. Ignatius Church

Student liturgies are held on Sundays at 7 p.m. in St. Ignatius Church when classes are in session. All members of the USF community are invited to come together for an intimate celebration of the Eucharist. 

Join us after every mass for our liturgy social!

Liturgical Ministry

All members of the University are invited and encouraged to participate as fully as possible in USF's liturgical life by serving in specific liturgical ministries. To get involved, please contact Laura Diaz-Flaviani

Interested in our liturgical choir or other student liturgy resources? Visit our USF Liturgical Choir webpage for more information.


St. Ignatius Parish Masses

St. AGNES Parish Masses

Members of the USF community are welcome to join St. Ignatius Parish and St. Agnes Parish for Mass.

Interested in joining the Catholic Church or being confirmed? 

The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) is a year-long program offered on Sunday mornings by St. Ignatius Parish that welcomes anyone seeking baptism, first communion and/or confirmation into the Catholic Church. Please contact us at to find out more. 


USF embraces people of all faiths. Throughout the academic year, students of all religious traditions gather to examine their own values and explore new faith traditions around campus. University Ministry offers opportunities and information about worship in other faith traditions in this community and in the local area. Please visit our website for additional worship opportunities and a list of holidays from various faiths

Virtual Liturgy of the Word

How did USF celebrate Mass during Lockdown? Take a look below at some of our virtual liturgies!

St. Francis with bird, dog, and cat
Feast of St. Francis of Assisi: Blessing of the Animals