Be Accepted. Become Spiritual.

"Each generation of students that come to St Joes, regardless of what their faith background may be, are both welcomed and accompanied throughout their time here and know first and foremost that they are loved infinitely by God and that they are called to be agents of that love in a world that so desperately needs it."

 


 

Alumni Chapel


Chaplain's Corner

Here at St Joseph High School, each day presents many opportunities for growth and an increase in knowledge of the faith. Classroom learning, service opportunities, moments of worship and liturgical participation are all part of each student’s day to day life. This monthly blog from our Episcopal Chaplain, Fr Eric Silva, is a way to connect parents and guardians to what is going on in the spiritual lives of their children as well as present an opportunity for the parents own growth and knowledge of the faith. In a culture that often drives parents and children apart it is a way to bring those parents and guardians into the lives of their children in a small way. 
 

 


 

Eucharistic Ministers


Prayer Intentions

You are welcome to submit a prayer request to St Joseph High School. If you would like, you may also choose to make your intention public . If you do so, your prayer will appear in a booklet in our Alumni Chapel.  

Please fill out the form below to submit a prayer intention. Your submission will be sent confidentially to Father Silva, Episcopal Chaplain and Jordan Smith, Director of Campus Ministry. If you choose to make the prayer intention public, it will be added to the listings in our Chapel.

Specific Mass Intentions at our Alumni Chapel should be coordinated with Sasha Davila Russell '01, Associate Director of Advancement.

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