Minor - Religion

University Campus

Religion helps us better understand ourselves, our relationships and what motivates cultures around the world. As a Religion minor, you'll develop a more holistic view of the human experience—a perspective that will inform your work whether serving the church, classroom, courtroom or a social service organization.

As Florida's oldest Catholic institution of higher education, Saint Leo welcomes all curious thinkers, regardless of faith background.

Professional development opportunities

  • University Ministry: Explore eucharistic adoration, Sunday and weekday mass, confession, taize, speakers, workshops, retreats and community service opportunities.
  • Peer Ministry: Work hand-in-hand with RAs to support and guide your peers as a student chaplain.
  • Internships: Serve the community through internships at local parishes, a pre-hospital chaplaincy program, St. Petersburg Diocese's youth ministry program, and Catholic Charities.
  • Service trips: Spend your spring break serving in post-earthquake Haiti, a Costa Rican orphanage or a horse rescue in upstate New York. Co-curricular activities: Become an active member of the Religion honor society, University Ministry, or campus religious organizations, such as Samaritans, Voices of Christ or Imago Dei.
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