Embracing Their Faith


I benefited from working with the elderly in my church community. The service helped me grow closer to God and to grow in my faith.  -Thomas Bernier, SFXP ’17

Sacraments and Liturgy

Your child will attend all Holy Day observances, Advent and take care in Lenten preparations and reconciliation services.

He/she will also help plan and participate in monthly Masses.

Additionally, your child will plan and participate in Thanksgiving prayer services, Advent Lessons and Carols, Live Nativity, Advent and Lenten Penance Services, and a May Crowning Ceremony.

Faith
Formation

Faith in God is above all things.

Your child will grow closer to God, one they know loves them without exception.

The Beatitudes are our guidelines at St. Francis Xavier Preparatory School.

We provide a variety of outlets for the practice and expression of faith. Your child will have the opportunity to take active, lead roles in these programs:

  • participating in Christian service;
  • leading prayer services;
  • taking part in retreats;
  • participating in the sacraments;
  • and, serving on God’s altar.

Christian
Service

Service to our community is an important part of St. Francis Xavier Preparatory School. It provides an opportunity for your child to think beyond himself or herself and gain awareness and appreciation for the needs of others.

These experiences increase your child’s social awareness, builds character, and reinforces the Gospel of Christ.

Students in grade five must document five hours of community service, six hours in grade six, seven hours in grade seven, and eight hours for students in grade eight.

Retreats
Program

At St. Francis Xavier Preparatory School, your child will participate in formal, full-day retreats off campus.

By grade level, he/she will spend the day in thoughtful prayer, reflective discussions and community building activities, led by experienced faculty and off site retreat leaders.

Our mission is at the center of all experiences at SFXP. This is an opportunity for your child to examine their relationship with God, self, and others.