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Campus Ministry at Trinity Catholic High School is an organization that promotes the spiritual growth and needs of our students and faculty. Any high school student at Trinity can be a member. The following are some of the events and activities campus ministry has been in charge of or involved in:

  • Assigning weekly Mass duties
  • Mass Choir
  • Serving, reading, offertory or collection at Mass
  • Pro-Life Rallies
  • Stations of the Cross
  • St. Nick's Candy Cane Day
  • Food drives for Reno County
  • Choosing virtues of the month
  • Morning and afternoon prayer leaders
  • Collecting money during Lent for Catholic Relief Funds
  • The living rosary

 Co-Leaders: Jamie Enslinger & Kailey Waybright

Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month at 7:35am.


September’s Virtue is “BOLDNESS”…Be bold in your FAITH!

Bible Quotes:

Proverbs 28:1 The wicked flee though no one pursues, but the righteous are as bold as a lion.

Ephesians 6:19-20 Pray also for me, that whenever I speak, words may be given me so that I will fearlessly make known the mystery of the gospel, for which I am an ambassador in chains. Pray that I may declare it fearlessly, as I should.

Trinity Students Thoughts on being Bold….

“I think St. Augustine was bold.  He obviously was surrounded in a crowd where partying was popular and promiscuity was encouraged.  Despite this, he made a bold choice to become Catholic and live his faith.” ~Michael Maldonado

“St. Pier Giorgio Frassati reminds me of an example of living a life of bold faith.  At an early age, he joined the Marian Sodality and the Apostleship of Prayer and obtained permission to receive daily Communion, which was rare at that time.  He developed a deep spiritual life which he never hesitated to share with his friends.”  ~Lexi Flores

“I would say, St. Longinus, a Roman soldier at the foot of Jesus’ crucifixion was bold.  He pierced the side of Christ and blood fell into his nearly blinded eyes.  He converted when he could see again, proclaiming, "Indeed, this was the Son of God!” He was bold because it was especially dangerous to become a Christian at this time.” ~Jakob Dilbeck

“St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, patron saint of grief, is a bold saint because despite her many losses, she chose to move closer to God rather than farther away.”  ~Maddy Strecker

Prayer of another BOLD Saint….(from Kinzey Waybright)

Oh, Saint Maria Goretti who, strengthened by God's grace, did not hesitate even at the age of twelve to shed your blood and sacrifice life itself to defend your virginal purity, look graciously on the unhappy human race which has strayed far from the path of eternal salvation. Teach us all, and especially youth, with what courage and promptitude we should flee for the love of Jesus anything that could offend Him or stain our souls with sin. Obtain for us from our Lord victory in temptation, comfort in the sorrows of life, and the grace which we earnestly beg of thee (here insert intention), and may we one day enjoy with thee the imperishable glory of Heaven. Amen.

Daily Suggestions for practicing BOLDNESS:

Pray for boldness asking the Holy Spirit for courage to do the right things and to live out your faith.

Make the “sign of the cross” often.  Your recognition of God and showing respect and love for Him is a bold statement.  Make the sign of the cross when passing by the chapel, before you eat, before you practice or play a game, when driving and before each class.

Ask friends to join you in the chapel for prayer or to attend an extra daily Mass.  Lead prayer in class or before sporting events.

Speak up for those who are being “picked on” or those who are hurting in any way!


 "Use your God-given talents to serve others"
1 Peter 4:10