Faith Based Clubs

Campus Ministry Council

Purpose: To allow student involvement in the planning and execution of student Eucharists, Penance Services and other spiritual activities in the school community.
Membership: Open to all students.
Activities: Planning liturgies, prayer services, setting the school environment for the liturgical seasons, and spreading faith on Borgia's campus.
Club Moderator:  Mrs. Amanda Wunderlich
Meeting Time: Campus Ministry Council will always meet one week before Mass. 


Christian Life Communities

St. Francis Borgia HIgh School Christian Life Communities

Purpose:  To gather and reflect on our lives – to pray together, socialize and minister with and to one another using Ignatian Spirituality as a model.  CLC is  more than just a faith-sharing group. It is a way of life. It focuses on the values of community, service, and spirituality.
Membership: Open to all students. Students will be placed in small faith-sharing groups that consist of about six to eight  students from a specific class.
Activities: To support one another in living a spiritual lifestyle.  The focus is on the development of the inner self within community. CLC touches the affective side of people in a way clubs and other groups cannot.
Meeting Location: CLC groups meet in the mornings before school begins from 7:40 a.m. through homeroom. Some groups meet weekly, others bimonthly. Location varies depending upon the group.
Club Moderator:  Mrs. Amanda Wunderlich.  Each small group has a guide (someone who has been in a CLC group before) who leads the group meetings.


Faith and Action

St. Francis Borgia High School Faith and Action Club

Purpose: To live the Gospel by participating in works of love and mercy for those most in need. “What good is it, my brothers, if someone says he has faith but does not have works? Can that faith save him? If a brother or sister has nothing to wear and has no food for the day, and one of you says to them, 'Go in peace, keep warm, and eat well,' but you do not give them the necessities of the body, what good is it? So also faith of itself, if it does not have works, is dead.” James 2:14-17
Membership:  Open to all students and faculty
Activities:  Cooking and serving at Harvest Table, working with the shelter and meals programs at Peter and Paul Community Services in St. Louis, collecting for and filling mini-food pantries, assisting with special and holiday parish and community events, and organizing collections or other projects for charities as needed.
Club Moderator: Mrs. Patty Russell
Meeting Time: See the calendar on the homepage or ask the moderator.


Interact Club

St. Francis Borgia High School Interact Club

Purpose To provide opportunity for young people to work together in a world fellowship dedicated to service and international understanding.
Membership: Open to all students
Activities: Design and host the Haunted House, sponsor the Dodgeball Tournament, sponsor a Trivia Night, and write cards for the sick on Valentine’s Day.
Club Moderator: Mr. Michael Pelster
Meeting Time: See the calendar on the homepage or ask the moderator. 


Pro-Life Club

St. Francis Borgia High School Healthy Life Decisions Club

Purpose: To respect, protect and enhance life at every stage from conception to natural death.
Membership: Open to all students.
Activities: National Pro-Life March to D.C, Birthday Drive, meeting with our Missouri representatives to lobby Pro-Life, and other activities to promote a Pro-Life lifestyle.
Club Moderator: Ms. Ellen Domijan
Meeting Time: Sept. 24, Oct. 25, Nov. 28, Dec. 14, Jan. 7, Feb. 27, March 28 and April 26

 

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