The ALIVE team consists of a group of seniors entrusted with putting on retreats for all grade levels. These retreats are filled with fun activities that enhance a student’s growing relationship with Christ. These seniors also help to enhance other areas of spiritual growth around the Catholic High campus. Some of these seniors are also part of the Kairos team, which plans and executes the Fall and Spring Kairos retreats.
“We (the bishops) know it is important to find dedicated persons for this ministry who have a solid faith, a love for the academic world, and the ability to relate well to both inquiring students and educated faculty. They need proper training, which includes personal development, practical experience and theological study.” ~ Empowered by the Spirit: Campus Ministry Faces the Future #108
Alive Ministry Mission Statement:
To provide spiritual development of students rooted in Catholic tradition through the liturgy, prayer, service, and retreats all of which invite a deeper love with God, others, and self.
MIDDLE SCHOOL CAMPUS MINISTRY
The purpose of the Middle School Campus Ministry club is to promote love for God, devotion to the Blessed Mother and the saints, appreciation of faith and to share this wonderful gift with the students, faculty and staff of CHS and with other people, through prayer, service and community. Students meet approximately once a month for 45 minutes – 1 hour. Our goal is to do small things with great love, in the spirit of St. Therese of Lisieux (Carmelite Saint). The members do their best to adhere to the school’s motto: Acta non Verba.
ELEMENTARY CAMPUS MINISTRY
The Elementary Campus Ministry club is brand new this year. The purpose of the club is to help young people learn their catholic identity, provide an environment to be able to make a faith response to live as a disciple of Jesus, and continue the mission. Students will meet once a month for approximately 30 minutes after school. Our goal is to foster in students a stronger personal spiritual life. The members do their best to adhere to the school’s motto: Acta non Verba.
Parents are invited to join us for Mass every Tuesday at 7:15am in the CHS Chapel in the High School Building. This is a wonderful opportunity to pray and with for our students, faculty, and school community.
Parents are also invited to become part of our First Friday Adorations at anytime or by taking shifts of sitting with the Blessed Sacrament. If anyone is interested in taking shifts please contact Lucy Lissard at firstname.lastname@example.org.