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Notre Dame’s Campus Ministry program empowers students to be examples of Christ to one another especially through the celebration of the Eucharist.
The Franciscan Leadership Class was formed to teach students about liturgy by educating and promoting participation in the liturgy, and to help students develop an appreciation for ministering to the faithful. Students will assist in planning all-school and class liturgies, which includes: music ministry, servers, Eucharistic Ministers, and readers, as well as inviting and encouraging the rest of the student body to participate. Students will also assist in other Campus Ministry duties, organizing Christian service, and pastoral care. Additionally, this class will empower students to evangelize and spread their faith to the school and greater community.
All Sophomores are enrolled in this class as part of their theology curriculum. Juniors and Seniors can participate on a volunteer basis. It is not uncommon to see many of students participating in liturgy at school and in their home parishes.