"Empowering Women to Change the World"
Campus Ministry at Carondelet High School is responsible for the spiritual formation of students through leadership opportunities, retreats, liturgy & prayer, and social justice awareness and immersion experiences.
In the tradition of the Sisters of St. Joseph we seek to have our: “Eyes Open……Ears Attentive…..Spirit Alert……and Sleeves Rolled up for Ministry.” Our desire is to empower young women to become all of which they are capable.
Students are invited to visit the Campus Ministry Office to discover how they can become involved. For more information contact Ms. Gregor or click on one of the links below.
Campus Ministry Programs
The retreat program at Carondelet High School is designed to offer the CHS community time for rest, reflection, bonding with self, others, and God. The charism of the Sisters of St. Joseph and the CHS mission is woven into the themes of each retreat.
Kairos Senior Retreat - Kairos is a three day, two night retreat for Seniors. Kairos seeks to provide an opportunity for seniors to grow in their relationship with God, others and themselves through personal reflection, prayer, student and adult talks, and the sacraments of reconciliation and Eucharist.
Shalom Junior Retreat - Shalom is a two day, one night retreat for Juniors. Shalom seeks to provide an opportunity for juniors to grow in their relationship with God, rest and rejuvenate, and experience wholeness and peace through personal reflection and connecting with others.
Corazon Soph Retreat - Corazon is a one day retreat for Sophomores. Corazon seeks to provide an opportunity for sophomores to explore the Carondelet mantra of “becoming all of which woman is capable,” and to reflect on what it means to be “women of heart.”
Frosh Unity Retreat - The Freshmen Unity Retreat is a half-day retreat for freshmen. This retreat explores the Carondelet theme, “Called to be light: Sent forth to shine” and invites students to reflect on their unique gifts and talents while also providing an opportunity for freshmen to connect with their classmates.