The Universal Call to Holiness is a teaching of the Catholic Church that we are all called to be holy. We nurture a close relationship with God, putting our faith in action by offering the following:
- an invitation to pray at least four times a day
- Mass every Thursday
- daily religious instruction with weekly visits from our priests and deacons
- weekly Rosary and Benediction during October and May
- Stations of the Cross during Lent
- the Sacrament of Reconciliation twice during the school year
- a chapel available for prayer and reflection any time of day
- the Divine Mercy Chaplet is recited weekly
- live Nativity
- visit from St. Nicholas
- Mass Choir
Other opportunities for spiritual growth are also available. Our 6th, 7th and 8th graders attend a Breakfast of Champions weekly during Lent. And our 8th graders are offered a retreat. The 8th graders also perform the Living Stations of the Cross. Click here to watch the latest performance.
What We Teach
Our religious education teaches children important moral lessons and helps form their conscience in accord with the teachings of the Church. A solid moral foundation is the basis for living a happy Christian life.