"The simplest and most practical lesson I know is to resolve to be good today, but better tomorrow."
Catherine McAuley, Foundress of the Religious Sisters of Mercy
Joseph of Arimathea
For Seniors only. Gathers on an as-needed basis.
Responding to the charge of the Corporal Works of Mercy, the purpose of the ministry is to assist with the burial of unclaimed, indigent dead in the Attleboro area – people who die with no friends or family to be there for them. Funeral homes will occasionally get calls from the state government asking them to conduct a bare-bones funeral using state funds. When this happens, we send a small group of 6-8 of our seniors to assist with their burial.
Faculty Moderator: Mr. Greg Speidel
Mondays, 7:10 AM, Room 201
Dedicated to advocating and defending human life, from womb to tomb. This group, as well as other interested students, faculty and staff, participates in the annual March for Life in Washington, DC.
St. Vincent de Paul
Tuesday, 7:10 AM, Room 200
Committed to serving the poor and disenfranchised in the greater Attleboro area, this group coordinates the annual Santa Shop (seen below) which provides some 500 needy children with Christmas gifts, as well as other service projects.
Faculty Moderator: Deacon Joe McGinley
Thursday, 7:10 AM, Chapel
Fridays, 7:10 AM, Chapel
"Praise, Adoration and Worship through Song:" a contemporary Christian music ministry, led by students, which leads the community in prayer.
Faculty Moderator: Mrs. Margaret Peixoto
Additional ministries and clubs will be forthcoming during the 2017-2018 Academic Year.