Campus Student Ministries

Students from every grade level are invited to make up the Campus Student Ministries club. The students collaborate with the Campus Ministry staff to plan liturgies, work on retreats, organize mission outreach as well as develop their own spirituality.

Campus Student Ministries coordinate the various ministries associated with the school’s liturgies such as processions, prayers of the faithful, environment and readings.

At the meetings, Campus Student Ministries break open the Word and discuss possible themes for the liturgies. They often offer creative ideas to incorporate into the school wide Masses and other liturgical celebrations as a relevant video, skits and music suggestions.

Campus Ministry Participation Survey

I would like to participate as a reader.​
A reader would participate at mass proclaiming the First or Second Reading or Prayers of the Faithful.
I would like to participate in Processions.​
This would include carrying banners, cross, bible or Eucharist into mass.
I would like to participate as a Eucharistic Minister.​
I have been trained as a Eucharistic Minister at my church or at Saint Francis High School.
I would like to be trained at Saint Francis High School as a Eucharistic Minister.​
Please note you must be a Confirmed Catholic to be trained as a Eucharistic Minister.
I would like to help make informational posters for Campus Ministry.​
Posters needed to inform students of upcoming Campus Ministry events.
I would like to help make baked goods for Campus Ministry events.​
Students are invited to help make baked goods for visiting priest and special events.
I would like to participate as a speaker.​
Speakers share personal experiences from immersion trips, retreat and service.
I would like to participate in the Catholic School Week Mass​
Catholic Schools Week Mass: The diocese of San Jose celebrates a Mass in January which focuses on Catholic schools. Representatives from all Catholic elementary schools and high schools join the Bishop in this Mass. Roles are given to the various students from the different schools (i.e. banner holder, usher, Eucharistic minister)
I would like to participate in the Pune Pen Pal Program.​
Pune, India: We financial support a very poor high school in Pune India called Hutatma Raj Guru. In an effort to encourage these students to stay in school and receive their high school diplomas, we have established a pen pal relationship with them. Saint Francis students write letters to a student in Pune describing for them a student’s life, achievements and goals here at St. Francis in an effort to encourage them to do the same in Pune.
I would like to help with videography.​
Campus Ministry team works with students to create informational videos for programs such as Reconciliation and Homeroom Projects.
I would like to be an altar server.​
Altar Servers can be trained at Saint Francis High School.
Saint Francis High School1885 Miramonte AvenueMountain View, California 94040650 968-1213Fax: 650 968-1706
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