Spiritual development at Lauralton Hall is an integral component that helps to empower students to pursue their highest potential through lifelong learning, compassionate service, and responsible leadership in a global society.
Like Catherine McAuley, the foundress of the Sisters of Mercy, Campus Ministry programs are anchored in the corporal works of Mercy. Works of Mercy that students embrace are: feeding the hungry with food and grocery gift card collections at Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter, visiting the sick and infirm, clothing the naked and giving shelter to the homeless through collections from dress down day donations.
Campus Ministry is primarily responsible for liturgy and prayer services, Works of Mercy, retreats, being stewards of the earth, and spiritual direction.
Liturgies and prayer services include: Mass of the Holy Spirit, Mercy Day Mass, All Saint’s Day Mass, Thanksgiving Mass, Advent Mass, Feast of the Immaculate Conception Mass, Interfaith Prayer Services, Immigration and Refugee Prayer Services, Healing and Memorial Prayer Services, Catherine McAuley/Catholic Schools Week Mass, Ash Wednesday Prayer Service, Lenten Reconciliation, Ascension Thursday Mass and Baccalaureate Mass.
Religion Department Head and Director of Campus Ministry