Students participating in Campus Ministry have the chance to grow in their faith by participating in and planning retreats, masses, service days, and penance services. Opportunities to witness to our faith and experience solidarity with our larger church community are provided through local outreach programs, Diocesan events, BELIEVE, the National Catholic Youth Conference, and the March for Life in Washington D.C. Come make a difference!
All students are welcome to participate in Campus Ministry. Contact Ms. Stadtmiller at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Bishop Brossart Liturgical Calendar
* Rosary every Thursday at 7:10 a.m. in the chapel (or at the Grotto depending on weather)
Mar. 2 All School Mass Ash Wednesday – 10:00 a.m. at St. Mary
Mar. 4 First Friday Mass and Adoration – 6:45 a.m.
Mar. 7 Lenten Service
Mar. 15 Class Mass F
Mar. 16 Lenten Service
Mar. 20 Join us at St. Mary for their Parish Mission with Steve Angrisano
Mar. 21 or 22 Steve speaking to students
Mar. 29 Class Mass G
Mar. 30 All School Lenten Mass – 9:45 a.m. St. Mary
Apr. 1 First Friday Mass and Adoration – 6:45 a.m.
Apr. 5 Class Mass A period
Apr. 6 Lenten Penance Service – 12:00-2:00 p.m.
Apr. 28 Junior Retreat – Confession & Adoration
Apr. 29 Junior Service Day – Mass
May 4 All School Mass – 9:45 am at St. Mary
May 6 First Friday Mass and Adoration – 6:45am
May 19 Senior Mass and Awards – 6:00 pm at St. Mary
May 22 Graduation – 2:00pm – Thomas More University
National Catholic Youth Conference
2022-November 10-12 Walking on Water
Long Beach, CA
WHAT: The National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC) is an exciting, biennial three-day experience of prayer, community, and empowerment for Catholic teenagers and their adult chaperons. The schedule includes general and concurrent sessions addressing a wide variety of topics including forgiveness, Catholic spirituality and prayer, global issues, sexuality, and leadership. There are also opportunities for liturgy and special activities such as concerts and exhibits.
WHY: Youth and adult participants attend NCYC because they want to:
- Gather on a national level
- Learn more about themselves and their relationship to the Catholic Church
- Celebrate their Catholic faith
- Meet thousands of other Catholic youth
- Share beliefs and experiences
- Recognize their role in the larger Catholic Church
For more information contact Ms. Stadtmiller.