Faith and Service Opportunities
Campus Ministry at Helias Catholic High School strives to support the faith formation of the students, staff and school community by providing opportunities which lead to a deeper awareness of the message of God’s love and opportunities for worship, supporting the formation of a community of faith, and the promotion of service as a way of life.
- Daily Mass is offered each school day in the Helias Chapel. Monday’s Mass is at 8:25a.m. and on Tuesday through Friday it is at 7:25a.m. Theology classes, athletic teams and clubs take turns sponsoring each daily Mass.
- All School Masses are held monthly in the Old Gym.
Adoration and Reconciliation
- Eucharistic Adoration is offered once a semester to all theology classes. Students take this time to pray and meditate in the chapel.
- The All School Day of Reconciliation is offered in Advent and Lent.
- Every student is required to complete 50 hours of service by the end of 1st semester Senior Year.
- All service is to be completed at not-for-profit agencies, Helias, churches or schools. A detailed list of agencies can be found on the Helias website.
- Any student who completes more than 100 hours in a year or 500 hours over 4 years of high school will receive special recognition.
- An all-school retreat is held in September each year to gather students together for full day of faith-building activities.
- Mission of Witness
- March for Life Trip: A group of students attend the March for Life at Washington D.C. in January.
- Mission of Evangelization:
- Steubenville Conference: In July each year, Helias students are invited to participate in a retreat weekend to Springfield, MO. Incoming freshmen are invited and encouraged to contact Maureen Quinn for more information!
- Mission of Service: 2-3 opportunities a year
- We go to a location for 2-4 days and do hands-on service in a community.
Other Faith Opportunities
- Join Campus Ministry Crew to grow in your personal faith and help plan and execute a variety of faith and service events for the school.
- Crusaders for Life and Life Runners Club are both clubs that advocate for Life.
- Lasallian Club promotes service in the community.
If you have any questions about the faith and service at Helias Catholic please feel free to contact me at any time!
Mrs. Maureen Quinn