Trinity High School Graduates

"In the proud tradition of
Mercy (1948),
St. Thomas Aquinas (1954),
Rosary (1961),
St. Thomas Aquinas–Mercy (1985)"

Campus Ministry Team

The prayer life of a community needs to reflect the life, concerns, and values of that community. Trinity Catholic High School is proud of its growing Campus Ministry Team who takes on the responsibility of planning all liturgies and prayer services so that these celebrations will reflect the life and values of the Trinity community.

The team, when appropriate (e.g. for the start of the school year or homecoming), picks a theme for the celebration. They select music, choose readings, prepare petitions, and plan and implement special rites and symbols to enhance the experience of the community. They also invite fellow students to become involved by reading, serving, or participating in special rites. They constantly consider who we are and what we do so that our celebrations are truly an expression of the identity of the growing faith community of Trinity Catholic High school.

Mr. Sean Donohue and the Campus Ministry Team also work with interested students is creating art work and decorations to enhance our sacred space. The team is also grateful to Mr. Tim Quinn who regularly helps in setting up technical equipment for special celebrations and activities and Mr. Vince Drake and Mr. Hopping who regularly sees to the basic set up of chairs, stage, altar, and sound system.



Remembering the theme of Catholic School's Week (January 25-January 31), "Catholic Schools Celebrating Service," Trinity Catholic High School thanks all those who offered long hours of preparations and planning for a successful Life Issues Workshop on Thursday, January 26.

Each student as well as Trinity faculty members were able to attend three presentations on pertinent life issues.  Students were informed on how to recognize and foster healthy relationships, given insight on suicide prevention, how to recognize depression, and dealing with anxiety.  Local police officers spoke on domestic violence, cyber bullying and being safe from predators.  Teen sexuality and the risks of teenage pregnancy as well as anger management were topics presented to students and faculty.

The Trinity Community would like to thank the presenters who offered their time and talents to help foster healthy respect for all aspects of life within the hearts and minds of students and faculty of Trinity Catholic High School.



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