"Be it known to all that Christ is the reason for Bishop Luers High School. He is the unseen but ever-present teacher in our classrooms. He is the model for our faculty and the inspiration for our students."
Campus ministry at Bishop Luers High School seeks to empower young people to live as disciples of Jesus Christ by participating in the work of the Catholic faith community, while fostering their total personal and spiritual growth.
Campus Ministry shares with the entire school community opportunities for enriching the spiritual lives of the students, their families, faculty and staff. Through prayer, liturgical celebrations, retreats, peer ministry, community service, and pastoral counseling, we integrate gospel values into the daily life of the school. Campus Ministry is sensitive to the religious and moral growth of all students of all faiths.
Bishop Luers High School is a Catholic educational community that instills in each student dignity, integrity, respect and responsibility. Nurtured by Catholic truths, each student is able to face the challenges in his or her own life spiritually, academically and socially while serving God and others in a global and changing society.
We are privileged to have the Blessed Sacrament reserved in our school chapel daily. Morning prayer is at 7:30 A.M. in the chapel on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The Rosary for Life is prayed every Thursday morning in the chapel at 7:30 A.M. Weekday Mass is celebrated as announced in the chapel before school at 7:30A.M. Eucharistic Adoration is held monthly following a weekday Mass.
Stations of the Cross are prayed every Friday morning during Lent. The chapel is always open during school hours for private prayer or for individual class prayer services. Reconciliation is held throughout the school week as announced and during Advent and Lent.
Priests & Pastoral Counseling
We are blessed to have many of our area priests
available to our students and staff on a regular
basis. Chaplains assigned to our school are Rev.
Michael J D'Arcy, Bishop Emeritus, Rev. Benjamin
Muhlenkamp and Rev. Larry
Kramer. These priests are available for the
Sacrament of Reconciliation or conversation with
students or staff. The Priest Chaplains, Pastoral
Minister, and Principal are available for individual pastoral
guidance, support or referral for students, faculty,
parents, and families on request.