Faith & Service
Campus Ministry at Helias Catholic High School strives to support the faith formation of the students, staff and school community by providing opportunities that lead to a deeper awareness of the message of God’s love and opportunities for worship, supporting the formation of a community of faith, and the promotion of service as a way of life.
- Morning Mass is offered at 7:15 a.m. Tuesdays through Fridays in the St. Pius X Chapel.
- The Sacrament of Reconciliation is offered Tuesdays during 7th period and until 3:45 p.m.
- Days of Reconciliation are offered in Advent and Lent with Eucharistic Adoration.
- All School Masses are held regularly.
- Every student is required to complete 50 hours of service by the end of first semester senior year. Hours completed must be turned in at the end of each academic year.
- Service hours can begin after eighth-grade graduation.
- Students use MobileServe to record service hours. This database can be accessed via App or Website and login information will be given once students are registered.
- For service hours to be approved, hours must be verified in one of the following ways:
- Email verification on MobileServe.
- Signature verification on MobileServe.
- Uploaded photo of paper signature on MobileServe.
- All service is to be completed at nonprofit agencies. This includes schools and churches.
- Any student who completes more than 100 hours in one year or 500 hours over four years of high school will receive special recognition. To be eligible for recognition, service hours must be turned in by May 1 each year.
- Helias Catholic retreats allow students to step away from their regular class schedule and activities to grow in faith and community.
- SEEK Conference – St. Louis
- January 2-6, 2023
- Notre Dame Mission Trip – South Bend, Indiana
- January 19-22, 2023
- Kansas City Mission Trip: This mission trip is a combination of service and a spiritual experience with the opportunity to encounter Jesus Christ in a special way. Time on this retreat is spent in service of the poor, including assisting with food trucks that feed the homeless in Kansas City, spending time at a local soup kitchen, and serving alongside the Little Sisters of the Poor. The spiritual component of this trip is combined with service and time spent with those in need. Each day students attend Mass and spend time in adoration and prayer in addition to a variety of other faith-building encounters.
- NDVision is a week-long faith experience every summer on the campus of Notre Dame with thousands of other high school students.