The Eucharist is, as Vatican II states, "the source and summit of Catholic life." As a Eucharistic people, we celebrate this important Sacrament as a faith community at least once a month and on Holy Days of Obligation - approximately 12 times each school year. Mass is also celebrated as part of our grade-level days of reflection and our off-campus retreats. Additionally, we celebrate Mass at 7:15 AM on Fridays in the school chapel, and all are invited to attend. Finally, the Eucharist is always reserved in our chapel for adoration and meditation throughout the day.

The Sacrament of Reconciliation is offered each year during Advent and Lent; there is also an opportunity to receive this Sacrament during many of our school retreats.

We also hold prayer services at various times throughout the year. Our Advent Prayer Service ties into our Adopt-A-Family program as we embark on Christmas Break. A Living Stations of the Cross prayer service, held during Holy Week, is the culmination of our Lenten spiritual programming. Prayer services are also offered on special occasions and various holidays and holy days each year.