Liturgy Worship

Mass Schedule

Summer 2018

A bread used for Sunday MassSunday - Mass at 11:00 a.m. only

Monday/Wednesday/Friday - Communion Service at 12:10 p.m.

Tuesday/Thursday - Mass at 12:10 p.m.

(Note: Masses on individual Sundays or weekdays may vary because of holidays or holy days. Please consult the links below for the schedule on a specific date.)

Sunday Mass Schedule (pdf)

Weekday Mass Schedule (pdf)

Liturgical Ministries

Students from all four classes have the opportunity to serve as Acolytes, Ushers, Eucharistic Ministers (EMs), Lectors, and Musicians at Sunday Masses, on Holy Days, and at all special Masses throughout the school year.

Students that participated in the 2016 ministry groups


A student lector speaking during Mass‌Eucharistic Ministers and Lectors

In addition to participating in liturgies, each ministry meets every two weeks during the academic year. The goal of these meetings is ongoing spiritual formation and the student ministers' development as future lay leaders of the Church, by enriching their spiritual lives with discussions and speakers in the area of faith, justice and morality, introducing them to different kinds of prayer, the experience of conducting a Communion Service and participation in service projects and building community.

Eucharistic Ministers and Lector Training
In the fall, 24 students are selected to become EMs, and 8-12 to become Lectors. Each group undertakes a five-week training program tailored to the needs
of their specific ministry. The training culminates with an overnight retreat with their respective communities, and their Commissioning. A student practicing during lector training.
The training is multi-faceted, focusing on the privilege of what they do, including a deeper‌understanding of the Eucharist, procedures, daily journaling and faith-sharing, to ensure a clear understanding of their responsibilities. Each is assigned a mentor to guide them through the training.

Joint Ministries
Once each semester, the EMs and Lectors come together in a joint meeting. The purpose is twofold: to build community and to become more informed and more reflective Catholic Christians with the presentation/discussion of relevant topics.

If interested in being considered as a candidate for fall 2014 Eucharistic Minister training please complete the EM application and bring it with you to your interview which you can schedule by e-mailing Mr. Doug Ray, SJ

If interested in being considered as a candidate for fall 2014 Lector training please complete the Lector application and bring it with you to your interview which you can schedule by e-mailing Deacon Tom Curran

The Lords Chords perform during a liturgy

The Praise Project and Lord's Chords

The Praise Project and Lord's Chords are student-led musical groups that provide energetic and meaningful music for Campus Liturgies at the 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Student Masses. New singers and instrumentalists are always welcome! If you are interested in joining, please come and share your talent with us! 

Contact: Dugan McGinley, Director of Music & Liturgy, ext. 2689.

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