To Be, Rather Than to Seem

I have come to cast fire and wish that it were already kindled...

-Mother Marie Rose

 

Peer Ministry: For students interested in further formation in becoming faith leaders to their peers during retreats and The Rose Project, students may apply to enroll in the Peer Ministry course for senior level theology. Covering and processing the content of the Christian Lifestyles and Social Justice courses, the Peer Ministers prepare to deliver their own testimonies and facilitate discussion of course topics through Mission and Ministry programs for spiritual life.

Clubs: These groups meet at club time during the school day and/or outside of the school day.

  • Peer Faith Community: For students who desire to grow in their faith while walking alongside others, these students also help with Mission and Ministry activities. Students who wish to become Peer Ministers are encouraged to join this club during their freshman through junior years.
  • Rosary Club: For students who want to grow in their devotion to Mary through praying the Rosary and making Rosaries.
  • Social Justice Club: For students who want to promote awareness of SNJM justice issues of water as a human right, human trafficking, and the rights of migrants and refugees.
  • Respect Life: For students who want to promote the dignity, value, and worth of all human life. Students attend local and/or national pro-life events, include the March for Life in Washington, D.C.

Ministries: Any students are invited to get involved in the following Mission and Ministry activities:

  • Adoration Ministry
  • Altar Serving
  • Eucharistic Ministry
  • Prayer Services
  • Retreat Ministry
  • Service Events
  • SNJM Heritage Week
  • Worship Music

 

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