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ClubHop Podcast: Columbia Catholic Ministry

We made it to episode two! Who would’ve thought…

(If you’re not sure what this is, see our primer from the first episode.)


Columbia Catholic Ministry, or CCM, is as advertised—a place for Catholics to find community. But how does a religious community such as CCM serve its members (especially its newest ones) amid a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic and all the challenges it brings, and how does one maintain a religious community at Columbia, even under normal circumstances?

Thank you to CCM board members Drey Carr (co-president, CC ’21), Virginia Ignelzi (service chair, CC ’22), Ricardo Mercado (social chair, CC ’22), and Astrid Liden (student leader, CC ’23) for their time.

You can listen below, or find “ClubHop” on Spotify and (almost!) anywhere you get your podcasts.

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