Roman Catholic


Spring 2021 Mass Schedule

  • Sunday
    • 10:30 a.m. – Catholic Center
      • *Seating capacity is limited to 55
    • 1 p.m. – Hendricks Chapel
      • *Seating capacity is limited to 75

Please note our 10:30 am Mass will be live-streamed on our YouTube page, SU Catholic Center. Mass will be posted to our Facebook Page, SU Catholic, at the conclusion of Mass.

  • Wednesday
    • 12:10 p.m. “20-minute” Mass – Hendricks Chapel
  • Thursday
    • 7 p.m. Mass followed by “free” community dinner at the Catholic Center. PLEASE NOTE: This event is pre-registration only. Pre-registration will take place at both of our Sunday masses.

Confession and/or meet with Fr. Gerry for Confidential Conversation

  • Tuesdays and Thursdays 2 – 4 p.m. – Hendricks Chapel
  • Wednesdays 1 – 2 p.m. – Catholic Center
  • OR by appointment at the Catholic Center

Fr. Gerry’s regularly scheduled office hours in Hendricks Chapel will resume in the Spring 2021 semester. You can contact Fr. Gerry at if you are in the area during Winter break and would like to celebrate Confession or to have a confidential conversation.

We will continue to offer our regular Wednesday & Thursday Scripture reflections on our Instagram/Facebook/YouTube pages.

Small Faith-Sharing Groups

Are you searching for a welcoming community on campus?! Look no further than our small groups! These groups are student-led and are designed to help you deepen your faith and grow in connection to Jesus and one another! The small groups are held weekly in a variety of locations on campus and will do the following: discuss life and faith, reflect on Scripture passages and pray with one another! If you are interested in learning more about small groups or want to sign up, please email Campus Minister Jeremiah Deep,


The SU / SUNY ESF Catholic Campus ministry at the John J. Alibrandi Catholic Center offers a rich, vibrant ministry. Our mission is to build a strong community that is completely accepting, inclusive and bound together, regardless of race, ethnicity or sexual orientation, by God’s universal love. We demonstrate that love through the celebration of the sacraments, small faith-sharing groups, fellowship, volunteer service, music and social action.

We seek with all that we do to provide a welcoming, fun and loving place for people to express their faith, to know that they are not alone and to discover the love that Jesus has for them.

Our events, which occur at the Catholic Center (110 Walnut Place, across from the Whitman School of Management) unless otherwise indicated, are open to all.

Also, the Catholic Center has study spaces (library and Great Room) and prayer spaces which could serve as an oasis for quiet meditation, focusing on mindfulness and centering on the Lord.


Fr. Gerry Waterman

Fr. Gerry Waterman, OFM Conv., Roman Catholic Chaplain





Jeremiah Deep

Jeremiah Deep, Campus Minister





The Catholic Center
110 Walnut Place (corner of Adams and Walnut)

Give to the Roman Catholic Chaplaincy.