Catholic Central High School is a diocesan high school anchored to the Cathedral of Saint Andrew that was initially staffed by diocesan priests and Dominican sisters. The Office of Campus Ministry serves to make the pillars relevant within the contemporary life of high school students and the larger school community. Campus Ministry is successful in its mission, engaging students in these life-giving practices.
Catholic Central seeks to create a culture that supports and expresses gospel values and the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. Students are invited to take part in Campus Ministry activities including service opportunities, prayer experiences, Eucharistic Adoration, and Mass. To be Catholic is to understand, in a very profound way, that we encounter God through each other, the Sacraments, Scripture, prayer, and the ordinary activities of our daily lives. Empowered by their faith, Catholic Central students develop their mind, talents, and passions, and enter the greater world ready to transform it.
Through the daily round of scripture and intercession, students are being formed in the practice of dialogue with their God.
Each day, students encounter prayer through:
Each week, students encounter prayer through: