Corpus Christi Programs

Newman Club

Newman Club is open to all graduate students of the University of Toledo. The organization serves to foster a healthy Catholic spirituality, while recognizing the demands of graduate school. Masses, monthly dinner and discussions, an annual panel on medical ethics, retreats, and service opportunities are among the many things going on with Newman Club.  For more information, contact Father Jeremy Miller.


Christian Leadership Program

The Christian Leadership Program (CLP) is a four-year program that includes theological and spiritual formation and demands a serious commitment in order to fulfill the specific requirements. For more information contact Father Jeremy Miller, director of CLP, at 419-531-4992. CLP has been recognized by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops for excellence in developing leaders for the future.

Learn more on the Corpus Christi website


Christian Service Program

Corpus Christi University Parish, a community nourished by the Eucharist and committed to the works of charity and justice, carries out its mission to be a sign and instrument of God’s reign in the world through the Christian Service Program that facilitates mutually enriching relationships between its members and persons in need, while seeking to humanize social structures. You can be part of this exciting outreach!

Learn more on the Corpus Christi website


FOCUS Bible Studies

The Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS) serves on the campus of the University of Toledo and at Corpus Christi University Parish.  They assist parish outreach to the University Student Community.  As a part of this outreach, they lead Bible studies.  These studies are fun and dynamic and are ideal for people at all levels of faith. Our four FOCUS missionaries will be organizing these studies once again in the Fall and usually have sign-ups after Masses at the beginning of the semester. Stay tuned!

You can read more about these Bible Studies and the missionaries on the Corpus Christi Blog