Gifts of Time & Prayer

In addition to the significant financial support that Cathedral High School receives, the school is blessed by gifts of time and prayer.

Volunteering at Cathedral is rewarding and easy, and it helps the school thrive at the same time. Below is a list of some ways to become involved as a volunteer at Cathedral:

Spirit Shop
You can interact with students and parents by helping in the Cathedral Spirit Shop!.  For more information on volunteering in the Spirit Shop please email Tyler McClure at

Events Volunteer
Cathedral has many events that go on nearly all year round and are always looking for volunteers to help make these events great.  There are a wide variety of items that volunteers are needed ranging from pre-event, day of event and post-event activities.  If you would like to help out with an upcoming event please contact the events department at

Alumni Association
Cathedral alumni can become involved in the Alumni Association, which sponsors a number of events and assists with representing Cathedral in the community.  Please visit our Alumni section on the website by clicking here.  If you have any Alumni related questions and can not find the information in our Alumni section please contact Jean Smith '97, Director of Philanthropic Engagement, at

Mothers' Club
This group, which is open to all present and past Cathedral moms, meets regularly, provides valuable service to the school, awards faculty/staff grants and organizes numerous activities for Cathedral moms.  If you would like to help out and become part of the Mother's Club please visit our Mother's Club section of our website and find out how to get involved.

Dads' Club
The Cathedral Dads' Club is a group that comes together for fellowship and service at Cathedral. Members of the Dads' Club volunteer at service projects around Cathedral to help keep our school as a great place for our kids. Past projects have included landscaping, painting, and building storage shelves. An important part of the Dads' Club is the fellowship we provide to each other. We aim for monthly social and service events to give dads a chance to network with other Irish dads!

Moms in Prayer
Of course, the power of prayer helps sustain Cathedral High School. Moms in Prayer is a group that comes to the Cathedral Chapel on a weekly basis to pray for the well-being of Cathedral High School and members of the Cathedral family. We ask that you keep Cathedral in your prayers on a daily basis.  If you would like to become a member of Moms in Prayer please contact Catherine Michael (