Prayer & Worship

In addition to daily morning prayer, students have the opportunity to participate in both grade-specific and all-school masses. Daily communion services are also offered in the Chapel of St. Henry at the beginning of all lunch bells.

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  • Morning Prayer

    Today is the 5th day of the novena for life and the Feast of the Conversion of Saint Paul.

    Lord of all Life,
    You have entrusted us to the care of one another,
    And called us to be one Body in Christ.
    You call us to rejoice with those who rejoice,
    And to weep with those who weep.
    Hear our prayer today
    For our brothers and sisters who have lost children to abortion.
    Help us to understand
    The pain that is in their hearts,
    And to be a living sign to them
    Of your welcome, your mercy, and your healing.
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Morning Prayer

Prayer is an integral part of our Catholic faith, so much so, that we join together as a school at the beginning of every school day. During morning homeroom, a member of our Liturgy Committee will read aloud over the school's PA system a special prayer to start the day.


Catholic Holy Days of Obligation are observed throughout the school year, as are other special occasions such as our Memorial Mass, Catholic Schools Week, Ash Wednesday, and Elderfest. The Liturgy Committee, under the guidance of the Campus Minister, plays an important role toward the planning and execution of all-school Masses.

Communion Services

Every school day, students, staff, and faculty members are invited to attend brief services in the Chapel of St. Henry, located off the main hallway of the school building, where extraordinary ministers distribute Holy Communion to those present.