Campus Ministry supports the spiritual formation of the school community. As a Sinsinawa Dominican high school, Campus Ministry collaborates with the academic and extracurricular programs of our school to offer our students an experience rooted in the Dominican essentials: Prayer, Study, Community and Ministry. Through Campus Ministry students learn to take active roles in the faith life of Trinity.
Campus Ministry supports and encourages faith community by providing:
- Liturgical prayer services throughout the school year
- Trinity Retreat Program
- Training for Eucharistic Ministers for service to Trinity and their parish communities
- Training for students to plan liturgies
- Training seniors to lead retreats for the Freshman, Sophomore and Junior class retreats and to serve as Kairos leaders
- Partnership with the Peace Builders Initiative
- Participation in the Dominican Preaching Conference
- Micah – a social justice club
- Opportunities to engage in service throughout the Chicagoland area
2012 Dominican High Schools Preaching Conference
The 14th annual Dominican High Schools Preaching Conference took place at Siena Heights University in Adrian, Michigan. Seniors Natalia Bien-Gordy, Caroline Foulk, Francesca Martino and Clare Tanaka represented Trinity for the week and will share what they have learned with the community throughout the 2012-2013 school year. Learn more about the DPC at domlife.org/opteens.
At the end of the week, each Dominican high school writes a statement of intent. Here is what Trinity’s Preachers developed:
“We, the preachers of Trinity High School, commit to preach the Gospel in the following ways:
- Incorporating the Dominican Blessing into our daily prayer.
- Further educating the Trinity Community on the history and traditions of the Dominican saints.
- Planning and leading a Dominican retreat for the underclassmen.
- Carrying out these commitments in the spirit of Caritas and Veritas.”
contact Ms. Rogers for more information