Campus Ministry

Father Norman Carroll
Director
ncarroll@sehs.org

The Campus Ministry Office of St. Elizabeth High School is responsible for the spiritual and religious life of the school community. Campus Ministry provides unique and challenging opportunities for the personal and spiritual growth and development of the entire school community. The visible presence of Campus Ministry helps all members of the school community to deepen Lord God, through the merits of Your great saint, Benedict, we ask Your grace and blessing on all we do today. Grant us the grace to act always as true Christians, responsive to Your will. Help us to see and serve You in our neighbor and to miss no opportunity of doing good in Your name. Amen. their understanding and experience of themselves and their faith as Christians. The team creates and nurtures the motto of Benedictine Spirit and Viking Pride as faculty and students are encouraged to model the charism, particularly in hospitality, peace, prayer, compassion, and the dignity of work.

Campus Ministry is sensitive to the religious and moral growth of its students. Our activities are designed to promote prayer, both personal and communal, service, and reflection. We hope to enable each student to develop a deep and lasting relationship with God and a commitment to the Benedictine vision and spirit modeled by St. Benedict.

Campus Ministry is directly responsible for the daily prayer, all school liturgies, and community prayer services of the school. Campus Ministry coordinates, among other things, the Freshman and Sophomore Retreats in the fall, activity period prayer meetings, seasonal environment displays throughout the liturgical year, the March for Life in January, Pass the Word Vocation Days in March, the Diocesan Youth Pilgrimage that opens Holy Week, the Junior and Senior Retreats in the spring, and the summer service trips. The Campus Ministry team works in collaboration with the St. E pastor, the Religious Studies department, and the administration to support the prayer life, academic opportunities, and service opportunities available to students as well as to make visible the presence of the Rule of St. Benedict in the community.