Residential and Online Student Clubs

Residential Clubs

Holy Apostles Life League

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The Holy Apostles Life League, a student-run group, is the primary pro-life organization on campus. Its activities include a Mass of Mercy on Saturday mornings during the academic year, followed by a prayer vigil at one of the abortion mills in Hartford . In addition, a Holy Hour for Life and Mercy is held at the chapel every Saturday afternoon and includes the Divine Mercy Chaplet.

The Life League also coordinates the annual bus trip for students, faculty and staff in January to the Right to Life March in Washington, D.C.

There are different Schola Choirs that meet regularly on-campus:  Latin, Spanish, and different languages as liturgical events require.

Confraternity of Mary
Meets on Thursdays during the academic year at 4:30 pm in the chapel.  For more information on the Confraternity, please visit

Confraternity of Mary, Queen of all Hearts
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For more information on campus clubs or activities, please contact the President of the Student Council or the President-Rector’s Administrative Assistant by calling 860.632.3010.

St. Pio Prayer Group

Holy Apostles is pleased to invite anyone interested to visit our campus on the first Saturday of every month for the Queen of the Holy Apostles, St. Pio Prayer Group. This group, which is open to anyone, meets for Mass in the Queen of the Holy Apostles chapel at 10 am on the first Saturday monthly. Rosary and Benediction immediately follow the conclusion of Mass and then the group moves to the lower classroom in St. Andrew’s for a Social Hour and fellowship.

This St. Pio Prayer group operates independently of Holy Apostles and is part of the Padre Pio Prayer Groups USA. The group also holds a Certificate of Affiliation from the Padre Pio Prayer Groups International Headquarters. Queen of the Holy Apostles Prayer Group leader is Jenny Lenczyk. For more information, please contact Yani Horan directly.

Online Clubs

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The Dead Philosophers Society

Established in the fall of 2006, the Dead Philosophers Society of Holy Apostles College & Seminary seeks to strengthen the community of learners within the online Master of Arts in Philosophy and Master of Arts in Theology programs. In pursuit of this goal, we welcome all new and old students engaged in the study of philosophy and theology to participate in our activities. For more information, please contact Stephen Bujno, president of the Society, at

The International Etienne Gilson Society

The International Étienne Gilson Society (I.É.G.S.) (founded in Warsaw, Poland, in 2009 and moved in 2014 to become an institute within Holy Apostles College and Seminary [HACS], 33 Prospect Hill Rd., Cromwell, CT, USA) exists to promote the thought of Étienne Gilson. St. Thomas Aquinas, and classical philosophy in the academy and culture through sponsorship of scholarly enterprises such as publication of the international journal Studia Gilsoniana, academic conferences, and research projects. The I.É.G.S is presently housed within the HACS St. John Paul II Graduate Concentration in Christian Wisdom, chaired by Dr. Peter A. Redpath, president of the I.É.G.S.