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Faith-Based Organizations

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St. Dominic offers nine faith- and service-based student organizations to help students grow in faith while exploring areas of personal interest.

AD Club

meets weekly to discuss the upcoming Sunday's readings in depth to better prepare for Mass. AD stands for Anno Domini, Latin for "in the year of the Lord."

CRU

is an all-female, student-led prayer group that focuses on fellowship and faith. CRU is short for "Christ Renews Us."

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

is an international organization that invites athletes and sports enthusiasts to gather for fellowship around the common bonds of sports and Jesus Christ.

Glamourgals

is a service organization in which student volunteers travel to local senior living facilities to give free makeovers and manicures and bond with residents.

Music INC

is a student ensemble that meets regularly to prepare praise and worship music for all-school Masses and graduation. INC stands for "In the Name of Christ."

Outreach Club

organizes service projects to benefit the local community and beyond through weekly mission collections and larger projects such as the Adopt-A-Family drive.

Peer Ministers

lead retreats, liturgies and other prayer opportunities throughout the year. Peer Ministers are seniors who are selected through an application process.

Pro-Life Club

promotes respect for life from conception to natural death. The club engages in education and advocacy on the local and national levels.

Viri Dei

is a prayer group for senior boys focusing on the intersection of theology, culture and masculine spirituality. They lead prayer activities including daily prayer and Lenten Stations of the Cross.

“I love the way how everyone here shows their determination: in faith, education, and relationships.”

Logan ’21

Contact

Shelley Lang

Shelley Lang

Campus Minister
Andrew Struttmann

Andrew Struttmann

Campus Minister, Teacher

Campus Ministry Calendar

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