If you still want further opportunities to participate in service through other organizations or want to learn more about the issues impacting our world, click on the links provided in this section!

Spiritual Growth Links

These links will provide you, the Rosemont Community, with the opportunity to experince prayer life and spiritual growth via the world wide web!

Educational Resources

All links in this section will provide you with the most accurate information on the Catholic faith.

Campus Ministry

Rosemont's Campus Ministry encourages all members of the college community to grow in faith regardless of their religious affiliation. Please click on the links below for an up-to-date list of local Churches and Synagogues to worship at in our area and for access to the interfaith calendar. If you need any further assistance do not hesitate to contact a staff member in Campus Ministry. We will be more than willing to assist you in finding resources to enrich your spiritual growth and development during your time at Rosemont College.

Sr. Jeanne Hatch, SHCJ
Vice President for Mission and Ministry
610.527.0200 x2361

Sister Jeanne Marie came to Rosemont in 2004 after 10 years as Vocation Director for the Society of the Holy Child Jesus and 37 years in Holy Child Schools. After teaching for 10 years, she administered schools in Philadelphia, PA, Washington, DC, Pasadena, CA and Old Westbury, NY from 1967 until 1995. Sister has her B.S. in Secondary Education from Villanova University, a master's degree in Theology/Religious Studies from La Salle University and a master's degree in Pastoral Ministry/Spirituality from Neumann College, PA.


Jay Verzosa
Director of Campus Ministry
610.527.0200 x2410

Jay Verzosa comes to Rosemont after serving as a Campus Minister and Resident Chaplain at Le Moyne College in Syracuse, NY. While at Le Moyne, he developed retreats, directed the RCIA program, and led faith formation ministry trips.  Prior to his time in Syracuse, Jay spent a year with the Franciscan Volunteer Ministry;  as part of the community at Saint Francis Inn in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia, he worked with individuals and families struggling with poverty, homelessness, and addiction.  Jay graduated from Boston College as a double-major in English and Philosophy.  He also holds a Master's degree in Counseling Psychology from the Boston College Lynch School of Education, and a Master's degree in Pastoral Ministry from the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry.

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