"It is for God we serve the poor, and not for thanks."
Catherine McAuley, Foundress of the Religious Sisters of Mercy
Service is integral to being a disciple of Jesus Christ. We are not simply invited to serve others; to be a disciple, we must serve.
Within the Roman Catholic tradition, service is expressed pre-eminently through the Corporal Works of Mercy: feeding the hungry, sheltering the homeless, clothing the naked, visiting the sick and imprisoned, and burying the dead.
As an expression of our Mercy charism as well as discipleship, service is also integral to being a member of the Feehan community.
- The entire community commits itself to service through Student Council's Thanksgiving Collection and St. Vincent de Paul's Santa Shop.
- Many of our extra-curricular clubs and athletic teams participate in their own service projects.
- Each student is required to complete and document 60 hours of service in order to graduate. Click HERE for more information on the Graduation Service Requirement.
Should you have any questions about the Graduation Service Requirement, please contact the Campus Ministry Office.