Faith Formation is the heart of Teurlings Catholic High School. Pope Francis stated, “Go, do not be afraid, and serve.” Our Campus Ministry program dedicates itself to the formation of authentic Catholic disciples by encouraging students and faculty members to be Christ to one another and to live as Christian witnesses in service to others. All students are offered opportunities to enhance their spiritual life and relationship with God through Retreats, Adoration, Rebel Revivals, Adoration, and various opportunities for spiritual growth throughout the school year. Campus Ministry ‘Channels His Spirit’ by striving to bring out the gifts of each individual student and faculty member that will lead them to a deeper love for self, others, and God. Rooted in the Catholic Tradition, our program encourages participation in the sacramental and liturgical life of the Church, seeking to develop lifelong faith formation.
Click below for the various Campus Ministry Groups
School Liturgies & Prayer Services
Thursdays at 8:34am in Rebel Dome
Wednesdays of every other month at 7:00pm in the SGS/TCH Cafeteria (see calendar)
Open to all TCH faculty and students
Wednesdays from 10:15 - 11:15am in the Saint Teresa of Calcutta Chapel
Open to TCH students, faculty & staff
First Friday Adoration
First Friday of every month 8:00am – 2:00pm in the Saint Teresa of Calcutta Chapel
Email Ramey Badeaux at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to sign up as an adorer
*Adoration Dates for 2017-2018*
September 1, October 6, November 3, December 1,
January 12, February 2, March 2, April 13
Fridays @ 7:15am in the Saint Teresa of Calcutta Chapel
Open to all TCH parents, faculty & staff, and students
Sports Leader Meetings
Wednesdays at 7:05 a.m. in the chapel
to begin each class period
Prayer over Intercom
Morning & Afternoon
Other Ministry opportunities include various fundraisers, philanthropies, and service projects year round.
February 17, 2016, 8:44 AM| A priest in Louisiana is offering confessions on-the-go in Cajun country. When Father Michael Champagne hits the road seeking sinners, he rides around in his spiritual care unit -- a converted ambulance. David Begnaud (TCH '01) reports. (Click link below for the story.)
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