Campus Ministry

The mission of the Holy Family Campus Ministry is to assist the Fire community in the development and growth of a flourishing spiritual life. Campus Ministry aims to collaborate with students, parents, faculty, staff, administrators, and pastors to be guided by the Gospels, the Church, the ministries, and Magisterial teachings. We recognize that God has given each of us unique gifts to respond to His call, through the power of the Holy Spirit, to build His Kingdom of a living Christian Faith Community.

Seniors of Holy Family can take Campus Ministry as a class that organizes and executes daily convocation and liturgical gatherings including monthly masses, Advent, Lenten Reconciliation Services.

Objectives:

  • To proclaim the Gospels.
  • Through action and deed promote the ideals of faith, scholarship, integrity and leadership.
  • To provide opportunities for the Holy Family community to grow spiritually in their relationship with Jesus Christ.
  • To educate and encourage action regarding contemporary moral and social problems, as well as to urge people to work for peace and justice in our world.
  • To bring the community to a greater appreciation and involvement in the liturgical celebrations of the Church.

Mrs. Lynnae Bosch

Campus Minister

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Mrs. Lynnae Bosch

Lynnae Bosch grew up in Shakopee, Minnesota, and attended Shakopee Area Catholic School. Each of her sacraments, from Baptism through Marriage, has been celebrated at St. Mary’s of the Purification parish in Marystown, Minnesota. Mrs. Bosch has a B.A. in Theology from St. Benedict, along with a Spiritual Direction Certificate from St. Benedict’s Spirituality Center. Shortly after becoming part of Holy Family, Mrs. Bosch was fortunate to attend Buttimer Institute for three summers to learn about the Lasallian charism and mission.

Over the past twenty years, Mrs. Bosch has worked in Campus Ministery for schools across the country and even St. Augustine’s Collge in Nassau, Bahamas.

Mrs. Bosch hopes that her students experience and internalize the core values of being Lasallian; faith, service, and community. These values are foundational and formative to Lasallian education. Faith connects us to God, service orients us toward others, and a sense of community unites us with others. Our world needs all these gifts. And in turn shares them with their families, work, and the world in the future.