Faith Formation

Campus Ministry Leadership & Programs

Campus Ministry Council realizes the mission of Jesus Christ within our school community.

The core aspect of CMC is student leadership. 
Campus Ministry includes a group of student leaders who strive to realize the mission of Jesus Christ within our school community.

These young women offer their peers opportunities for prayer, worship, service, and social justice. With a focus on Fr. Jordan Awareness Week, Advent, Lent, and Catholic Schools Week, Campus Ministry student leaders aim to bring students’ faith to life.

Campus Ministry Council also elects the leaders and coordinators for each of DSHA's retreats, and helps to plan and coordinate various service, prayer, and worship opportunities throughout the year. These positions allow girls to nurture growth in each of the DSHA Qualities of a Graduate, particularly as believers, communicators, and leaders.

Campus Ministry Student Leadership

Campus Ministry is a fluid aspect of DSHA that is regularly updated to best serve the student body as well as greater communities. However, there is an opportunity for all students to be involved in programming and leadership in nearly 240 different leadership opportunities: 

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  • Campus Ministry Officers

    Campus Ministry Officers oversee all aspects of Campus Ministry. There are 2-3 officers in each role (prayer, service, and communications.) Each senior office serves as a model of faith to her classmates. The Campus Ministry Officers also develop the Advent, Lent, and year-long programming for the entire school community
  • Retreat Leaders

    Sophomores, juniors, and seniors have the opportunity to lead their peers and other underclasswomen in sophomore, optional junior, and senior retreats
  • Mass Teams

    Students of all grades are responsible for planning Masses as well as enhancing prayer at DSHA. The Mass team plans all Faith Friday opportunities and all-school Masses throughout the school year. 
  • Music Teams

    Students of all grades choose and perform the liturgical music for Faith Friday and all-school Masses. 
  • Sacrament Teams

    Students of all grades have the opportunity to plan and execute the sacraments that take place on campus including Eucharistic Adoration and Reconciliation.
  • Special Weeks Teams

    These students work alongside the Campus Ministry Officers to create fun and meaningful special weeks throughout the school year like Fr. Jordan Week and Catholic Schools Week.

    There are a variety of activities planned from spirit days to prayer opportunities, pancake breakfasts, and more. 
  • Additional Opportunities

    Students can also take on leadership roles for the following:
    • Weekly rosary
    • Eucharistic adoration
    • Collections days
    • Ongoing service opportunities
    • Reconciliation  

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