Liturgies

Campus Ministry provides a variety of invitations to worship. We try to create meaningful celebrations of the liturgy and to heighten awareness that Christianity and the message of Jesus are to be lived each day of our lives. Through the Lord's Supper, the words of the Gospel, and the songs and prayers of our liturgical celebrations, we are encouraged to:

  • Live the message of liturgy each day of the week
  • Be a Christian at school, home and in the wider community
  • Live to ever know, love and serve God and one another

Weekday Masses (days set by the Jesuit community) are celebrated in the Jesuit chapel in Orton Hall at 6:45 a.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Weekly Masses take place in the St. Aloysius Gonzaga school chapel on "B" days at 9:40 a.m. All students, parents, teachers and staff are invited to attend.

Lunchtime Masses are offered during Lent and Advent on designated lunches in the St. Aloysius Gonzaga chapel. All students, faculty, staff, administrators, and parents are welcome to attend.

All-School Liturgies (designated days) take place in the Booster Gym on the Feast of St. Robert Bellarmine, in Advent before the Christmas holiday, and on Ash Wednesday.

Holy Days of Obligation and other important feasts that take place when school is in session are celebrated on "B" days at 9:40 a.m.

Check the main school calendar for dates for any of the Masses, Liturgies, or Holy Days of Obligation.  

Penance Services
(Confession) can be set by appointment with Fr. Jerry Chapdelaine, Fr. John Fuchs, or the other priests at Bellarmine living in the Jesuit community. Communal penance services are offered through the Religious Studies Department in both Advent and Lent.

Liturgical Ministry

Campus Ministry at Bellarmine is an opportunity to minister and share one's gifts. Liturgical ministry offers students opportunities to serve others as:

  • Liturgy planners
  • Eucharistic Ministers      (see 2013-14 application)
  • Lectors                           (see 2013-14 application)
  • Musicians and choir members

If you are interested in becoming a Eucharistic Minister, contact Annette Michalson. If you'd like to be a Lector, contact Rick Keller-Scholz. Contact Frank Lewis or Anita Emery if you are interested in playing an instrument or being in the choir for liturgies.