The celebration of the Eucharist is the source and summit of the Catholic faith. For the students of St. Dominic Savio, Mass is a time for the community to unite in worship and to be fed in a wisdom and knowledge that goes beyond the classroom. Through the graces that flow from the Eucharistic sacrifice, we hope to strengthen the fellowship we have with one another so that we may become faithful disciples who love one another and love the world as Christ has first loved us.
Our school celebrates Mass together as a community every week. In light of the formative nature of service, student leaders from the Timothy Team work with student volunteers to fulfill ministries such as Lector, Altar Server, Sacristan, Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist, as well as Music and Hospitality. In serving their school community, these student leaders are also invited to a closer relationship with Christ. As such, volunteers for these ministries are provided with training and preparation that is not just practical, but also theological and spiritual. The Formation and Ministry Office provides a "liturgical orientation" for all students at the beginning of the year in order to help them take advantage of all the liturgical resources available on campus for their spiritual and personal growth.