Eucharistic Liturgies


The Eucharist is the center of life at SLUH. We celebrate the Eucharist in a variety of settings:

  • Daily Mass: During the school year, we offer Daily Mass in the Main Chapel at 7:50 a.m. any day that students are in the building. 
  • All-School Mass: Given the current circumstances and space restrictions of our physical facility, our ability to safely offer all-school Masses is again impacted for the 2021-22 academic year. For the Mass of the Holy Spirit, we had two, simultaneous, indoor Masses. Plans for our next all-school Masses will be forthcoming.   
  • Class Masses: Each student will be part of quarterly Class Masses in the Main Chapel. 
  • First Friday Masses: SLUH participates in the Church observance of the First Friday devotion. Daily Mass (7:50 a.m.) will be celebrated in the Main Chapel on the following first Fridays.
  • Sunday Family Masses: Watch for information on the Mother-Son Mass & Brunch and Father-Son Mass & Banquet.


SLUH trains and commissions a group of seniors to serve as Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion, for a variety of Masses at SLUH. Seniors interested in this opportunity should talk with Ms. Julie Anderson ( in Campus Ministry. 


One of the many ways that SLUH students participate in Mass is through serving. If any student is interested in serving, whether or not you have serving experience, check with Campus Ministry about the possibility to serve at daily, class, or all-school Masses. 


SLUH students take active roles in lectoring at Masses. For class and all-school Masses, lectors are typically chosen from the grade-level pastoral teams. These pastoral teams are open to any interested student. If any student is interested in lectoring at the daily, morning Mass before school, let Campus Ministry know and we can get you on the schedule.


Students are involved in music for many of our liturgies. They may participate in the liturgical choir for class-level Masses, all-school prayer services, all-school Masses, and chapel prayer services. Contact Mr. Brian Gilmore, Campus Minister, at for information on how to participate in liturgical music at SLUH.