Campus Ministry

As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one another as good stewards of God's varied grace.  1 Peter 4:10

The Campus Ministry program at Covington Latin School is crafted to foster both spiritual and personal growth in our students.  It encourages prayer and worship, especially the Eucharist, "the source and summit of our lives" as Catholics.  Students are asked to use the gifts and talents with which God has blessed them to proclaim the message of Jesus Christ and further God's Kingdom here on earth.  Within our walls, everyone is expected to be Christ for one another. 

Campus Ministry involves the student body in a variety of experiences through which our students come to the awareness that God is active in their daily lives. The more prevalent examples of Campus Ministry programs are annual retreats for each form, weekly all-school Mass in St. Mary's Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, numerous Christian humanitarian service endeavors, Advent and Lenten Reconciliation services and optional lunchtime confession every Tuesday, Eucharistic adoration on the first Tuesday of the month, and Mass in the Chapel, before school, each Monday at 7:15 A.M. (CLS families and alumni are invited to attend).

Covington Latin builds on the foundations developed within students' families and encourages students to develop lasting faith convictions and relationships with God in and through God's people.  We call upon ourselves to live the words of Mother Teresa:

Do something beautiful for God today.