Holy Family High School

Educating the Whole Person: SPIRIT, MIND and BODY
Accepting applications for FRESHMAN and TRANSFERS for the 2021-2022 school year!

Campus Ministry

Campus Ministry



What is Campus Ministry?


Collaborating with Apostolic Ministry and other Ministries in
Holy Family High School, We:

  • Organize retreats for all grades, and faculty/staff.
  • Schedule and Have Masses available, for all students and staff, including, All-School Masses.
  • Have opportunities for Prayer and Penance Services
  • Hold a Stations of the Cross during the Lenten Season
  • Have opportunities for Eucharistic Adoration in the Chapel throughout the School Year
  • Have opportunities for priests available for Confession


A Link to the Liturgical Calendar can be found on the bottom of the home page at:



Father Joe Grady

Holy Family has a full-time chaplain, Father Grady, who is the celebrant for our All School masses and daily masses and who oversees the Campus Ministry Program.



Liturgies at Holy Family:


Liturgy is the public work of giving praise and worship to God. We at Holy Family High School, a Catholic community, offers a variety of liturgical celebrations to remind ourselves that God's grace permeates our everyday life and draws us closer to Christ and each other. We have All-school mass once a month, and each class celebrates mass throughout the year.  In addition, we offer a daily mass at various times during the week. We also have opportunities for Penance services and other celebrations throughout the school year.


Daily mass times are varied weekly, please check the Campus Ministry calendar to find out when Mass is offered.




Campus Ministry plans annual retreats for each grade level and for the faculty and staff of Holy Family High School. The purpose of a retreat is to detach ourselves from the everyday distraction and routine of life, to offer time to encounter God, and reflect on His Love and Plan for our lives, so that we may grow to a deeper more intimate relationship with Him and His Church.  The experience of retreat seeks to allow the students to encounter their relationship with Jesus Christ, and inspire them to live as witnesses to all of this relationship. A retreat is an integral role for all, knowing that our witness to Christ permeates beyond the classroom to every part of our existence.


Freshmen: Have a one-day opportunity to encounter Jesus with their fellow classmates, and learn the beauty of their faith within their community.


Sophomores: Take part in one-day, off-campus retreat, designed to allow them an opportunity to serve Jesus in our local community.


Juniors: Participate in a Kairos retreat, that gives them the opportunity to encounter the Love of Jesus and the beauty that is the Christian community, the mystical body of Jesus Christ.


Seniors: Take time for retreat during a weekend to reflect on God's love for them and encounter how they may become a more faithful and loving disciple of Jesus.


Faculty/Staff: A one-day opportunity allowing for the staff to gather and pray in preparation for the school year, having short conferences, and opportunities for focused conversation about the upcoming school year.



Medical Forms for Retreats


All medications, including aspirin, ibuprofen, cough-and-cold medication, decongestants or other over-the-counter or prescription medications require prior authorization from both a parent and health care provider before that medication can be taken or given during the school day, on field trips, or during athletic events or during any other school related activity. A new authorization must be completed at the beginning of each school year and each time there is a change in dosage or time of administration.


See Parent Permission-Medical Authorization PDF and Medical Administration Form - Physician PDF below.