All members of our school community are encouraged and expected to live as Jesus taught us to live accepting the responsibility for serving others by sharing the gifts and talents received from God. We follow the teaching and example of Jesus and seek to have others do the same as Disciples of Christ.
To encourage moral, social and spiritual growth, students are immersed in their religion throughout the school day. Prayer and reflection begin, permeate, and end our daily routine. Classroom prayer tables, crucifixes, and religious bulletin boards are reminders that Christ is here with us. The teachings of Jesus are taught by example and built into all areas of the curriculum, as well as our discipline program.
Students deepen their knowledge of our Catholic faith through programs such as Saints Trivia Bee. Students serve one another as altar servers, cantors, choir members, lectors and members of multi-grade groups called Paduan Pods, who meet quarterly to share in a religious activity. They serve others through stewardship projects that reach the local, area, and global communities. Students participate in Catholic traditions such as feast days, Living Rosary, Stations of the Cross, and May Crowning.