Faith-Life

Fr. Lundberg paintingTogether we strive to grow in wisdom and holiness by leading lives rooted in Christ, and in accord with the teachings of the Catholic Church. Prayer, devotion, and right-living are not afterthoughts, but rather fundamental elements of our school community. Students and staff have opportunities to pray together and individually during Mass, Eucharistic Adoration, Reconciliation services, while on youth retreats, and in many other ways. We build community within, so that we can have a positive effect on the community at-large.

Sacraments, Devotions, and Faith-Life Activities

Mass: Mass is celebrated in the chapel unless noted otherwise. Parents of students are welcome to attend Mass, but must sign in at the front desk and obtain a visitor pass at least 10 minutes before the beginning of Mass. (Times subject to change without notice.)

  • Monday at 7:00am
  • Tuesday at 3:15pm
  • Wednesday at 10:30am (All school; in the gym)
  • Thursday at 3:15pm
  • Friday at 7:00am

Confession: Most days during lunch periods (for students and staff).

Eucharistic Adoration: First Fridays, and as announced.

Rosary: as announced

Divine Mercy Chaplet: Daily at 7:30am

Stations of the Cross: Regularly during Lent

Retreats: All school retreat; Senior Girl’s Retreat; Senior Boy’s Retreat – annually

The Mission Coalition: A student group led by the Chaplain to encourage growth in faith, service to the school community, outreach to others in need, and to build solid friendships.

Special Trips: World Youth Day; Mission to the Dominican Republic; Girl’s Trip to Nashville to visit the Mother House of the Sisters of St. Cecilia; and others!

Social Service Activities: Many of our volunteer activities serving people in need are organized through individual Houses. Visit the House pages to learn more, or click on any of the House icons at the bottom of every page.