The Campus Ministry Department is concerned with the faith formation of students, faculty, and staff. Catholic Memorial High School is committed to the formation of the whole person and provides a variety of ways to nurture the faith and spirituality of our community.
Faith Through Sacrament
Catholic Memorial High School offers a wide range of opportunities for students to experience their faith through the sacraments.
- The celebration of the Eucharist on a school-wide basis at least once a month, on Holy Days of Obligation, and in Chapel Masses during the week
- Weekly opportunities for the sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession)
- Class Mass at retreat
- Masses for athletic teams, clubs, and other extracurricular activities
- All-school Reconciliation Services during Advent and Lent
Putting Faith Into Action
Catholic Memorial High School also provides a multitude of ways for students to put their faith into action.
- Witnessing through the Pro-Life club
- Service projects coordinated through Service Club
- Advocacy through International Outreach and Operation Michael
- Faith Leadership through the Campus Ministry Leadership Team
- Service Projects through classes
Grow in Catholic Spirituality
Catholic Memorial High School provides opportunities for students to grow in their Catholic Spirituality.
- Experience with a variety of prayer forms including Rosary, Adoration, Lectio Divina, Liturgy of the Hours, and many others
- Observance of the liturgical seasons
- Monthly all-school Masses (prayer services during the Advent and Lenten Seasons)
- Individual spiritual counseling for a wide range of concerns
- Opportunities for students to attend Catholic conferences (World Youth Day, National Catholic Youth Conference, Wisconsin Catholic Youth Conference, St. John Bosco Youth Day, etc.)