Catholics, Monash



Monash Catholics (MC) is a club which aims to provide a nurturing environment for the spiritual growth of Catholics at Monash University. Our aim is to provide a welcoming environment in which Catholics may grow in their faith, as well as a platform for those interested in Catholicism to find out more. We provide support for those on campus to live out their faith in the context of their lives as students by running weekly events discussing the Catholic faith, such as "Catholicism 101" on Wednesdays.

Aims & Objectives

The purpose of the Club is to advance the education of the students of Monash University by—
(1) providing a welcoming and non-threatening environment in which members can grow in their faith and engage in social activities with other Catholics;
(2) empowering Catholics on Monash campus to practice their faith in the context of contemporary society by supporting and encouraging them in their spiritual, intellectual, pastoral, and human development;
(3) developing an appreciation for the rich cultural heritage of the Catholic Church in both east and west;
(4) bringing Catholics together for prayer and meditation, and encouraging and strengthening them in their spiritual life;
(5) enabling Catholics to familiarise themselves with the basis of Catholic belief and practice, the Bible and the tradition of the Church; and
(6) encouraging people who are interested to discover and explore Catholicism.

Annual Membership (MSA Card)


Annual Membership (Non MSA Card)



Ignatius Zaar