Homebase is a ministry facilitated by our senior campus ministers for all other campus ministers. This night is one of spiritual growth, formation & training, prayer, teamwork, and renewal. There are three Homebase gatherings each semester. Attendance by all Campus Ministers is required. Alumni campus ministry volunteers also help with Homebase.
Music Ministry provides all the music for school Masses. With Mass each Thursday throughout the school year, Music Ministry stays busy learning new liturgical music and the most current Christian songs. Music Ministry auditions take place at the end of each school year. Upperclassmen are invited to try out. Our Music Ministry supports a cast of acoustic guitar players, a drummer, occasionally a horn instrument, a bass guitarist, and vocalists.
The privilege of serving as a Minister of Communion is restricted to STM seniors who have received the sacrament of Confirmation and demonstrate proper understanding and reverence for this Sacrament. In collaboration with our Chancellor and the Pastors of our partner Church Parishes, these seniors are able to serve our STM community by helping to distribute the Eucharist at all school Liturgies. Any senior who is a practicing Roman Catholic can request admittance to this special ministry. Ministers of Communion are expected to participate in campus ministry and to be active participants in their home Church Parishes.
Impact Night is a welcoming, fun evening for EVERY student at STM & any friends they want to invite from other parishes or schools, filled with live Praise & Worship, a powerful message of Christ intended to inspire, motivate, and impact the lives of all in attendance. Impact Night has been known to have hilarious skits, interactive games, amazing food, small group interaction, relevant videos to our Christian faith journey, and for some have changed their lives. IMPACT nights are not mandatory, but all STM students are strongly encouraged to attend. We offer IMPACT 4 times during the year!
Gratia Plena is a ministry catering to all young women on the STM Campus who are searching to understand more fully the important role that women have in the Church and to deepen their relationship with Christ.
Activities are centered around bi-monthly group Bible studies at the 9th/10th and 11th/12th grade levels as well as educational and community-building opportunities throughout the year. Our goal is to create a sisterhood rooted in Christ that fosters authentic relationships, support, and a greater love for the Catholic Church.