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Mission Statement and Purpose of Campus Ministry

Christmas at the Mission 

SOPHOMORE RETREAT @ MDHS 

Freshmen Retreat @ the Vietnamese Catholic Center of Orange County

Mass with Fall Sports Athletes

#MD Volunteers

Thanksgiving Outreach 2016

November's Celebration of Life Mass

Sophomore Retreat 2016

Junior Retreat 2016

Walk in Faith #56

MD Retreat Leaders @ Saints Simon and Jude 8th Grade Retreat 

Holy Week Stations of the Cross Prayer Service in the MD Grotto

Mass of the Holy Spirit

Marian Mass 2016

MD Retreat Leaders

#MDVolunteers - Special Games 

MD Football Mass

#MD Volunteers - Special Games Training

Mass With Performing Artists

Mass With Spring Sports Athletes

Thanksgiving Outreach 2016

Teaching Mass with the International Students 

Advent 2016

Junior Retreat Mass @ Irvine Ranch Outdoor Education Center

#MDVolunteers - DSAOC "Just Dance Party" Volunteers

#MDVolunteers - DSAOC Just Dance Party

MD Retreat Leaders @ School of Our Lady 8th Grade Retreat 

#MDVolunteers - Monarchs 4 Marines

Sophomore Retreat Sunrise Mass



Mission Statement
In the spirit of the Gospel, Campus Ministry at Mater Dei High School exists to support the spiritual growth and moral development of our school community (faculty, staff, students, parents, and alumni).

To provide

• the structure for the Mater Dei community to experience and grow in their spiritual life
• opportunities for the Mater Dei community to live out the Gospel values as taught by Jesus by sharing their gifts in service to others

To promote
• participation by students in parish and faith communities
• prayer that is inclusive and appreciative of our diverse multicultural community

The Task of Campus Ministry
The task of Campus Ministry is to serve the youth of our community.  Young people's talents need to be recognized, their creativity nurtured, their power respected - for they are vital to the life and growth of the community, our church and our world. 

Confidence must be imparted to the young by allowing them to assume responsibility for their mission - a mission that bears the mandate to make a difference.  

This mission is accomplished when we create an environment conducive to spiritual growth - an atmosphere that encourages young people to explore, develop and deepen their relationship with God, neighbor and self.  
- Saint John Paul II and the Mission of Campus Ministry