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WEEKLY SCHOOL MASS

Our school comes together to celebrate mass every Thursday at 9:15am in the JCCHS gym.

Mass is open to the public and we invite parents, alumni, and friends of the school to join us! 

First School Mass of the 2022-2023 School Year

Thursday, August 11 at 9:15am

 
If you can't join us in person you can watch live on the NFHS Network at www.nfhsnetwork.com  
Search:
"John Carroll Catholic High School". 

NON-CATHOLIC FAMILIES

We invite all non-Catholic families to learn with us, to pray with us, to attend Mass, and to participate as your own faith allows. 

No matter your faith tradition, you will find a welcoming environment at John Carroll.  Additionally, we hope all families will take part in the faith-life opportunities available throughout the school year.  Parents are encouraged to attend weekly Mass, participate in Adoration, join our Parent-Prayers Group, etc.

Additionally, participation in the PTO Spiritual Life Committee is open to families of all faiths. 

For more information about getting involved in the Spiritual Life Committee contact: Joanne Hannon at joanne@quorumvc.com.  

FAQ's

I'm not Catholic - can I attend Mass?

Yes, no matter your faith tradition you are invited to attend Mass with our school community. When it's time for Holy Communion you can come forward for a Blessing from the Priest. To do this, cross your arms over your chest so that the Priest will know not to administer Communion.

What is First Friday Adoration?  

The first Friday of the month is marked by a special devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus since he died for us and won salvation on a Friday. First Friday Adoration is a great way to escape the distractions of daily life and spend some quiet time with the Lord.  Stop by John Carroll on the First Friday of the month and spend any amount of time in the Chapel or sign up for an Adoration hour anytime between 8am and 3pm.    

What is Eucharistic Adoration? Can I attend?

Eucharistic Adoration is an opportunity to spend quiet time before the Lord. Anyone can attend Eucharisitc Adoration. It is an opportunity to pray and listen to our Lord. Our very presence is all that is necessary.

Can non-Catholics pray the Rosary?

The Rosary Prayer is for everyone just as Mary is the mother of all God's children. Join our 'Parent Pray-ers' (second Tuesday of each month) to pray for our school, our students, and to participate in praying the Rosary.

 

 


My mouth is filled with your praise,
declaring your splendor all day long.Psalm 71:8

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