Catholic Clubs

Under the umbrella of the St. Mark's College Catholic Campus Ministry at UBC, the Catholics clubs work together to hold events, invite in guest speakers and work together on the Catholic Clubs Executive to plan outreach to the campus.

Newman Club

The Newman Catholic Club is the association for Catholic Students at UBC, CCC, and St. Mark's College. Its goal is to form community and give students the opportunity to connect with Catholic peers on campus and explore their faith in a university environment. There are chapters of the Newman Club on university campuses across North America. To learn more about Cardinal Newman, you may wish to read the words of Pope John Paul II. The Newman Club has been meeting on the site of St. Mark’s College since 1958, but has been in existence since 1937 at UBC. http://clubs.ams.ubc.ca/clubs/newman/index.html 

Knights of Columbus

For all the men looking to get involved in Catholic leadership and take part in great volunteer opportunities, we have the only college council of the Knights of Columbus in the BC/Yukon District. The Knights of Columbus organization has a long, rich heritage dating back to 1882 and currently has over 1.7 million members worldwide. To learn more, please visit their website.

UBC Korean Student Association (UKHAN)

The Korean Student Association is a relatively new club on campus whose goal is to gather Korean-speaking Catholic students for weekly faith sharing, Bible study, twice monthly Mass and fellowship.

Catholic Christian Outreach

Catholic Christian Outreach (CCO) is a young and dynamic movement of university students and lay missionaries present on university campuses across Canada. Every day on university campuses they proclaim the message of Jesus Christ in a clear and simple way, with a constant emphasis on building leaders for the renewal of our world! CCO offers students the opportunity to participate in small group faith studies, larger group events, both on campus and within the diocese, national conferences and summer missions. For more information please visit the website at www.cco.ca.