The primary purpose of Paul VI Catholic High School is to foster student growth in the knowledge and practice of the faith. This growth is nurtured mentally, physically and spiritually:
- Mentally, through the study of the teachings of the Church as well as familiarity with the Gospel
- Physically, through the encouragement to be living witnesses to the true Christian life
- Spiritually, through the celebration of the sacraments, especially Eucharist and Reconciliation
The Campus Ministry Program organizes communal celebrations of the sacraments, offers Mass twice daily for students, faculty and staff who wish to attend. Campus Ministry organizes retreats throughout the year, and coordinates prayer services, talks, and chapel visits. The chaplain and ministry team are available at all times to provide pastoral guidance for the students and entire Paul VI community.
“Be who you are and to be that well.”
The student lead, Campus Ministry Team (CMT) plans and facilitates Masses, Prayer Services, Retreats, our Annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper and other Paul VI faith community events. Their primary focus as a student peer ministry group is to live and promote the Christian life through prayer, awareness and opportunities for response to identified needs of the school, local, or global community. We strive to be “Servant Leaders.”
Fr. Michael Jr. Kelly, Chaplain (703) 352-0925 x348 firstname.lastname@example.org
Joyce Krolicki, Coordinator of Campus Ministry (703) 352-0925 x330 email@example.com
Debbie Bozik, Assistant to Campus Ministry (703) 352-0925 x330 firstname.lastname@example.org
Denyse Kline, Pastoral Counselor (703) 352-0925 x324 email@example.com
Every other Thursday afternoon from 3 to 3:30pm, students are invited to stop by and pray with us. We will gather after Christmas break.
Daily Mass Schedule:
7:10 a.m. every Monday - Friday in the Chapel
8th Period (approximately 2:08 p.m.) every Monday - Thursday in the Chapel
Approximately once a month in the Activities Center - See Campus Ministry Schedule
Every Friday, all day long, students can get a pass from any class to participate. Students are also permitted to go to confession any day as requested.
Eucharistic Exposition and Adoration
Thursday from 8:00am to 1:00pm - Contact Campus Minsitry to sign up on the schedule - firstname.lastname@example.org