Campus Ministry seeks to create a faith community that reflects our Catholic Christian call to serve by witnessing to the teachings of Jesus Christ. This faith begins with the family and extends to the Charlotte Catholic High School community as it nurtures the total personal and spiritual growth of each individual. Campus Ministry calls individuals to “responsible participation in the life, mission and work of the faith community” (A Vision of Youth Ministry, USCC, 1976) and provides an environment for young people to become empowered as disciples of Jesus Christ as they witness their faith through serving others. The Campus Ministry Team consists of the Campus Minister, Service Coordinator, Faculty and student Peer Ministers who coordinate many opportunities for the school community to practice and explore their faith.
On Wednesday, December 2nd and Thursday, December 3rd we will have the sacrament of Confession available all day long for the students, with priests from across Charlotte coming to assist. Please encourage your children to prepare for this great opportunity to encounter God's mercy at the beginning of the Advent season!
March for Life 2021:We are planning on continuing our annual tradition of gathering interested students together to attend this great event in late January (1/28-29), and will be assiduous in upholding COVID protocol when this happens. More information to come soon for how to register if interested!
- There will be Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and confessions available during both lunch periods for the community every Wednesday.
- There will be a communal Rosary prayed after school at 2:35 in the chapel Monday through Thursday for those interested.
Rosaries for CCHS:
Parents, please consider signing up for a day to pray the Rosary for the spiritual needs of all of those at Charlotte Catholic High School - the students, teachers, administration and chaplain. Click here to sign up.
Please do not be discouraged if you don't know or remember how to pray the Rosary. This link can help get you started How To Pray the Rosary
Weekly Rosary Intentions:
Normally, the rosary is prayed daily after school at 2:35, Monday - Thursday, and is open to students and faculty. It is prayed for specific intentions weekly, always generally keeping in mind the entire CCHS community. This week, our intention, inspired by the upcoming feast (Sunday, December 6th) of St. Nicholas (also known as Santa Claus) is for our CCHS community to become poor in spirit so as to become rich in Christ and rich in giving to others.
Praying for our Chaplain:
Please join CCHS parents and St. Ann's parishioners in praying a monthly holy hour for chaplain and pastor Father Reid, ordinarily at St. Ann's on the first Thursday of the month at 10 AM. The next tentatively scheduled holy hour is on December 3rd.