Director of Campus Ministry

Mr. Stephen Szolosi

Phone: 202.336.7108

Assistant Director
of Campus Ministry

Mr. Jonathan Ruano

Phone: 202.336.7133

Assistant Director of Campus Ministry

Mr. Donald Green

Phone: 202.336.7110

Administrative Assistant for Campus Ministry Programs

Mrs. Cydney Mulieri

Phone: 202.336.7109

Pastoral Associate

Sr. Carroll Ann Kemp, SNJM

Phone: 202.336.7175

Local Service

Gonzaga offers numerous opportunities for students to serve our local community.  Sign up information is available in the Campus Ministry Office. 

The McKenna Center
The McKenna Center is a drop-in center for homeless men in our Capitol Hill neighborhood located right on Gonzaga's campus!  Students in the Freshmen and Sophomore classes are invited to volunteer during their lunch periods to serve lunch to the guests there.  Freshmen are especially encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity, as it provides an excellent entry point into the Service Program at Gonzaga.  After signing up, please meet at the Campus Ministry office at the beginning of your lunch period on your day of service.  

Primary Contact: 

Photos of the Service at McKenna Center 

Washington Jesuit Academy

All students are invited to play chess with students of Washington Jesuit Academy, a Jesuit middle-school serving boys from low-income areas in Washington, DC, on Monday afternoons from 3-5pm.  Students may sign up in Campus Ministry.  Please meet in the Campus Ministry office at 2:55 on your scheduled day.

Primary Contact: 


McKenna's Wagon
McKenna's Wagon is a mobile soup kitchen that departs from Martha's Table in the U Street area and serves the DC homeless daily.  A Gonzaga group goes out every Wednesday evening as part of this program.  Each week, we take 3 sophomores.  The group meets in the Chapel of our Lady at 4:20pm and arrives back to campus around 7:20pm.  Interested sophomores should sign up in Campus Ministry.

Primary Contact: 

Photos of Service on McKenna's Wagon

Food & Friends

Food & Friends is a DC area non-profit that delivers meals to the terminally ill and homebound.  Each Tuesday afternoon, a group of 3-4 juniors delivers meals through this program in our own neighborhood around Gonzaga. Students may sign up to deliver during their Tuesday lunch periods.  Sign-up sheets are located in Campus Ministry.

Primary Contact: 

Food & Friends Photos


Campus Kitchen


 In 2005, Gonzaga was proud to open the inaugural high school chapter of Campus Kitchen.  A national food recycling program, Campus Kitchen seeks to use food that might be discarded and wasted by larger cafeterias to make nutritious meals for the elderly and home-bound.  On Mondays and Thursdays from 3-5pm, Gonzaga students of all grade levels prepare meals in the McKenna Center kitchen. On Tuesdays and Fridays, from 3-5pm, students deliver the meals to needy neighbors in our Capitol Hill community.  Interested students may sign up in Campus Ministry. 

Primary Contact: Mrs. Patty Tobin, 

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