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Faith & Service

At SLUH, everything we do is For the Greater Glory of God. Through a comprehensive program of liturgy, prayer, retreats and service, we form Men for Others while fostering the love of God, others and self.


Students take an active role in liturgies as eucharistic ministers, servers, lectors and musicians. We celebrate the Eucharist in a variety of settings throughout the school year, including daily Masses, all-school Masses, quarterly class Masses and Sunday family Masses.


In addition to starting and ending each day with prayer, we dedicate two minutes of reflective silence daily to the Examen of Consciousness. This simple exercise, inspired by St. Ignatius of Loyola, is a daily method of self-examination intended to help practitioners better serve the Lord.


To know that St. Ignatius is the patron saint of retreats is to know about a centrality to any Jesuit vocation or ministry.

At SLUH, retreats provide a break from academic demands while giving students the opportunity to grow in their faith and spiritual awareness.

retreat offerings

Service & Justice

We believe that service is just not the responsibility of a few — it is the vocation of all Christians. 

Our expansive service program helps students to further their development as Men for Others in our local community and beyond through global partnerships with Jesuit schools and charitable organizations. 

service opportunities

Did You Know?

Our Madonna Della Strada Retreat Center, situated on 88 sprawling acres near Troy, Mo., offers an enriching retreat experience in a beautiful setting for students.

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Answering the Call

SLUH, a top feeder school to the U.S. Jesuits Central and Southern Province, as well as Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, supports students interested in a religious vocation.

vocations resources

Campus Ministry Calendar

St. Louis University High School, 4970 Oakland Ave, St. Louis, MO 63110, USA

Meet Our Campus Ministers

Simonie Anzalone

Simonie Anzalone

Ongoing Conversations Moderator
Brian Gilmore

Brian Gilmore

Class of 2002
ASC 17
Julie Lewis

Julie Lewis

Christopher Stahl

Christopher Stahl

Class of 2016
ASC 31