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Spiritual Formation

The heart of Catholic education is planting seeds and nurturing students so they can grow in their faith and develop a personal friendship with God as they experience His presence in their daily lives. This mission is rooted in the ministry of Word and Sacrament, and it permeates everything we do at BT. Campus Ministry is here to help you know and love Christ! That means knowing and loving yourself and others as well, as the Church teaches, "Only in the mystery of the Word made flesh does the mystery of man truly become clear."

Weekly Communion Services in the BT Chapel
Monday - Friday
7:10 a.m.

Meet the Team

 

Anne Birth
Director of Campus Ministry

 

Sara Walters
Campus Minister

 

Kelly Todd
Administrative Assistant

Blessed Trinity Campus Ministry is dedicated to supporting and promoting the BT mission statement, "transforming lives in Christ." At Blessed Trinity, we live out our Christian faith in the Roman Catholic tradition, guided by our Archbishop, in communion with the teaching authority of the Catholic Church.

Recognizing the value in developing the whole person, our focus is to incorporate academic theology with spirituality and service. Campus Ministry works to provide opportunities for our students to personally encounter God through their head, heart, and hands and to recognize Jesus in their midst. These opportunities include: Mass, Adoration, Reconciliation, Class Days of Reflection, and our "Light of the World" service program.

All students must complete a minimum of 15 hours of service each school year. We encourage students who may find it challenging to schedule service hours during the school year to complete as many hours as they can during the summer. 

X2VOL is our software program that affords students the opportunity to take ownership for entering their service hours online. Students will use X2VOL to report summer hours as well. Therefore, the students must obtain an email address and phone number of the supervisor of the service organization because this is required in the online reporting. Students may view and sign up for service opportunities and print their service log that can be used for college applications.  

All new students will be trained during the first few weeks of school and should keep a record of their summer hours until training. Blessed Trinity campus ministry aspires to instill a heart for service to others in each student that will help them grow in love throughout their lives.

Please direct any questions or comments to Anne Birth, Director of Campus Ministry abirth@btcatholic.org.