Campus Ministry

At Seton LaSalle Catholic High School, we like to say that our patrons, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton and St. John Baptist de la Salle, “walk the halls” with us each day.

Our mission in Campus Ministry is to provide opportunities for our entire Seton LaSalle community to grow in faith and to follow our patrons’ witness of service to others, rooted in a deep relationship with Jesus Christ.

Students can join Campus Ministry-related clubs and activities and attend visits by guest speakers as well as participate in special events and service opportunities. We celebrate Mass at least once a month and offer annual retreats for each grade level.

Check out some of our Campus Ministry events below!
 

 Participate in the following events!

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We’re all called to holiness, but what does that mean? How does God invite us to holiness through His perfect plan for our lives? Come and explore our universal call to holiness as well as the particular vocations to priesthood and the religious life at Called by Name on Sunday, April 28 from 4:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. at St. Paul Seminary. This event for high school men and women features Mother Clare Matthiass, CFR; Fr. Dan Waruszewski; Fr. Mike Ackerman; Dave Belkowski; and Bishop David Zubik. The evening includes Sunday Mass, dinner, dynamic talks, and a time of adoration and worship. No cost. Visit PGHPriest.com to register by April 15.

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Notre Dame Vision is a 5-day experience on the Notre Dame campus in South Bend, Indiana,
designed to help participants discover and renew God’s call in their lives.

Connect with hundreds of other high school students as you learn from the witness of the saints and develop practices to live your faith.

Immerse yourself in the Notre Dame campus and sharpen your spiritual vision to recognize God’s grace at work in your life.

Notre Dame Vision combines the theologically-rich experience of nationally-known keynote speakers with the mentorship of college students. From large group sessions to small faith-sharing groups comprised of your peers, Notre Dame Vision gives you the space and the community to ask big questions about how God is calling you to use your talents in service to the Church and world.

Sleep in the Notre Dame dorms and eat in the dining hall and pray at the numerous sacred spaces across campus. 

For: Grades (rising) 10, 11, 12 & 2019 Graduates
Date: June 17-21
Cost: $450 (not including a group discount)
Costs includes housing, meals and conference materials for Monday evening to Friday midday.

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Through immersion in Southeast Louisiana, engagement with the relevant sciences, and an exploration of Christianity's rich biblical and theological traditions, participants will discern how they can be leaders in support of creation and environmental justice. They can also earn 3 college credits or 50 hours of service.

This event made possible by a grant from the Lilly Foundation takes place Monday-Friday June 17-21 and is for rising high school juniors and seniors to:

  • explore faith's implications for creation
  • have immersion experiences in local wetlands and neighborhoods
  • learn social analysis and theological reflection
  • collaborate with high school students from across South Louisiana
  • undertake community service

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“See what love the Father has bestowed on us, that we may be called children of God.” -1 John 3:1

At the core of our being is a desire for meaningful connection and authentic relationship. We long to love and be loved, but how often do we just feel lonely?

As we search for ways to escape these feelings of isolation, there comes a small, quiet whisper that pierces through to the depths of our heart: “You are never alone, because you
are Mine.”

This summer, over 50,000 Catholic teens across North America will attend one of 24 Steubenville Youth Conferences to encounter the God who calls us His sons and daughters. Come and experience His overwhelming love for you. You belong here. 

Who: Grades (rising) 10, 11, 12 & 2019 Graduates
Date: June 28-30 
Cost: $212

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Camp Lajas is a 5-night adventure camp for young men and women in grades 9-12. (The minimum age for participation being completion of 9th grade by the summer of camp.)

Attendees will be immersed in the camp experience as they participate in activities including hiking, kayaking, archery, whitewater rafting, and rock-climbing. Campers will experience Our Creator every day in nature, praise and worship, Mass, Reconciliation, and dynamic and challenging spiritual talks.

During the week, counselors lead campers on excursions which are conducted by trained professionals. Win's Wild Adventures leads our rock-climbing session at McConnell's Mill State Park and White Water Adventurers leads the camp rafting expedition on the Youghiogheny.

Muskrat Cove is part of Moraine State Park (225 Pleasant Valley Road, Portersville, PA 16051).