Liturgy & Prayer
As a community of faith, we gather to celebrate Mass at the end of every week, on Holy Days of Obligation, and on dates important to the school’s tradition. Students are encouraged to help with the liturgy as altar servers, readers, or singers in the choir. Each grade level is given an annual retreat day away from class to enjoy time together, reflect on their personal journey, and pray. The focus of faith is reflected throughout the school day as we begin with prayer during the morning announcements, pause completely midday for the Angelus, and frequently incorporate prayer into the classroom. Further, there is an adoration chapel on the third floor where students are always able to pray before Jesus in the Eucharist. Students have access to the Sacrament of Reconciliation at least once per semester and our chaplains are available on request for spiritual direction.
Faith is not simply an aspect that Seton LaSalle looks to fit into its identity, but something it desires to be completely rooted in and formed by. By placing faith at the center of all that we do, we act with our students’ best interest at heart and seek to offer every opportunity to help them become well-rounded, passionate, and caring individuals, capable of creating genuine change in the world.
Home Prayer Resources
Mrs. Bridgette Kennedy-Riske put together the resources below to help guide your faith at home.
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Life Teen strengthens teens' Catholic identity while rooting them firmly in Christ and in His Church.
Mass livestreams and prayers.
Hallow is the Catholic prayer and meditation app that has been helping us deepen our relationship with God through audio-guided prayer sessions.