Faith & Service Organizations, Groups & Events
There are a number of groups and organizations that operate through the campus ministry department of Cathedral High School for both students and parents. We'd be blessed to have you join us!
Best buddies is a volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships and integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Cathedral students work with their buddy to help form special bonds beneficial to both. Please contact Mrs. Lucy Robie at email@example.com
Habitat for Humanity
Cathedral's chapter of Habitat for Humanity helps homeless and low income families by providing support and shelter for those less fortunate. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
It takes dozens of people to plan, prepare and execute Cathedral's monthly all-school Masses. All liturgies and prayer services are student organized and student led. Learn to be a reader, an usher or even a Eucharistic Minister. Training is done at the beginning of the school year by Father John Zahn, our campus priest, and by our campus ministry staff.
This is Cathedral's Pro-Life group. Join others in efforts to promote newborn life. It is dedicated to pro-life issues, the power of prayer and living a virtuous life. This student-led group works to spread understanding of the sanctity of life from conception to natural death.
Mentoring Magic is a one-on-one mentoring program that provides positive reinforcement for children who are homeless, impoverished, and in transition.
Have you been bullied or have you been a bully yourself? Project I.R.I.S.H. (Instilling Respect in Stopping Harassment) is a group dedicated to educating students and others on the effects of bullying. Cathedral students make presentations to Diocesan Catholic grade and junior high schoolers, encouraging them to take a stand and make a difference. The group also works to educate Cathedral students on the effects of bullying.
Promise to Keep
A Promise to Keep is a peer mentoring program that promotes chastity in grade schools and junior high schools throughout the diocese. Students from Cathedral make presentations throughout the Indianapolis diocese.
Moms In Prayer
Moms, we need your prayers! Please join us on Tuesday mornings from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. in the chapel to pray for our children and the entire Cathedral family. Moms In Prayer is part of an international organization that gathers women together to pray scripturally and specifically for our children and our schools. Join us Tuesdays while school is in session for as long as your schedule allows. For more information contact Lynda Thies at lyndathies@comcast. net.