UW Student Orgs
Phi Kappa Theta (PKT)
Phi Kappa Theta – Wisconsin Lambda desires to form intentional brotherhood and community among the men on this campus. As brothers, we strive to hold each other accountable and grow together in faith and charity. It is our hope to prepare ourselves to be the men of tomorrow. The men that this world needs. Men, who will lead by example and service to others. Our mission here at the University of Wisconsin – Madison is to live out our Catholic faith daily and be a witness to the many in Greek life. Please keep us in your prayers as we continue on this journey. To find out more about PKT – WI Lambda, visit us here.
Badger Catholic is the Catholic Student Organization at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Our mission is to provide spiritual resources and services to all Badgers at UW-Madison, regardless of faith or creed. Badger Catholic inspires faith and discussion at UW-Madison through our multitude of programs and services. Our Peer Mentorship program offers students a space to ask questions and explore their faith journey in a one-on-one environment. For students looking to explore their faith in a large group setting, we offer Ignite, our weekly speaker series that features top local speakers, skits, community and fun. We have weekly on-going opportunities to serve the campus as well as the greater Madison community. To learn more about Badger Catholic, please visit our website.
Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus College Council #6568 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is located at Library Mall at the foot of State Street inside of Saint Paul’s Catholic Student Center. The Council was founded on March 28, 1974 to bring an awareness to Saint Paul’s and the Madison campus of men committed to service to the Church and to others. Council meetings are held the third Monday of the month at 7:15 pm September through April in Newman Hall. To find out more about our Council, visit our website.
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Do you want to grow in your capacity to love and put your faith into action? Why go it alone?! We meet every other week throughout the semester to encourage each other in our prayer and service, to share our experiences of service (both in St. Vinnie’s activities and through other organizations). All members of the St. Paul’s community are welcome: underclassmen, upperclassmen, grad students, and other non-student members – all of the above are currently attending our regular meetings. Visit our website for more information about our service activities.
Students for Life
To be directly involved in pro-life advocacy on campus we urge you to join Students for Life. Students for Life of Madison is the pro-life student organization at UW-Madison. SFLM is dedicated to promoting a culture of life on the UW campus: life for the unborn child, life for the elderly, and quality of life and care for the thousands of women pressured into or misinformed about abortion every day. Through education and outreach – as well as constructive, compassionate dialogue with people on all sides of the abortion debate – SLFM works to advance the message that all life has value and worth and that women deserve support during an unexpected pregnancy.
“What is urgently called for is a general mobilization of consciences and a united ethical effort to activate a great campaign in support of life. All together, we must build a new culture of life: new, because it will be able to confront and solve today’s unprecedented problems affecting human life; new, because it will be adopted with deeper and more dynamic conviction by all Christians; new, because it will be capable of bringing about a serious and courageous cultural dialogue among all parties.”SAINT POPE JOHN PAUL II, EVANGELIUM VITAE #95