Faith plays a critical role in the daily educational life for students and staff at Central Catholic. As the mission statement says, we take seriously the responsibility of preparing our youth to live fully God's will for their lives. Catholic Identity is daily life at Great Falls Central Catholic High School. It is daily prayer, weekly Mass, opportunities to participate in Adoration and Reconciliation, the celebration of
Catholic traditions, and the symbols of Catholic faith. Religion classes and retreats help students learn more about and grow in their faith. It is putting faith into action through service projects to the community. Our Catholic Identity is most apparent in how we treat and interact with one another. We welcome students of any faith background. Central is holy ground and God wants to be working in the hearts of young adults as they grow in His plan for their life.
How we live it...
- Daily Prayer - each day begins and ends in prayer, as well as prayer before meals.
- Weekly Mass is celebrated most Mondays at 9:15 in the St. Francis chapel on campus.
- Weekly Reconciliation is offered during enrichment.
- Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is offered the first Wednesday of every month.
- Religion Classes are offered to all students attending Central every other day.
- Class Retreats are offered in the fall of each school year.
- Service to Others is part of the culture at Central. All students participate in 20 hours of service to the community and the school throughout the school year.
- Mission Trip is offered to junior and senior students each summer.