Faith Formation

Mission Statement:

Guided by the lives of St. John Vianney and Blessed William Joseph Chaminade, Vianney's Campus Ministry Program strives to walk with our students on their faith journeys.  We seek to lead our students into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and empower them to carry out the Marianist call to be ‘The New Incarnation’ through fortification from the Sacraments and formed through opportunities of retreat, service, and prayer.

Campus Ministry Offerings:

  • Sacraments
    • Monthly All-School Masses
    • All-School Lenten Reconciliation Service
    • Weekly Masses 
  •  Retreats
    • Men of Virtue - Freshman Retreat
    • Spirituality of St. John Vianney - Sophomore Retreat
    • The Golden Rule - Junior Retreat
    • Kairos - Senior Retreat
  • Service
    • 130 Hours of Community Service Required
    • Encore Sandwich Making for St. Patrick Center (Thursdays)
    • Junior El Salvador Service Trip
    • Junior Social Service Project
    • TASK Service Project (Tuesdays)
  • Discipleship
    • Griffin LIFE (Living in Faith Experience)
    • Vianney Blood Drives for Mercy Hospital (Advent and Lent)
    • Pro-Life Club
    • Advent Toy Drive for Whole Kids Outreach
    • Canned Food Drives for Our Lady of Perpetual Help
  • Prayer Life
    • Adoration with Holy Hour
    • Advent Prayer Service
    • Spirit Week Prayer Service
    • Prayer Services 

The Three O'Clock Prayer

The "Three O'clock Prayer" is a traditional Marianist prayer recited at our brother and sister schools across the country. We at Vianney pray it together at the close of every school day.

Lord Jesus,

We gather in spirit at the foot of the Cross
with your Mother and the disciple whom you loved.

We ask your pardon for our sins

which are the cause of your death.

We thank you for remembering us

in that hour of salvation
and for giving us Mary as our Mother .

Holy Virgin, take us under your protection

and open us to the action of the Holy Spirit.

Saint John, obtain for us

the grace of taking Mary into our lives, as you did,
and of assisting her in her mission.

May the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit

be glorified in all places
through the Immaculate Virgin Mary.


Jeremy Remiger '98

Campus Minister

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Kevin Becvar

Director of Campus Ministry