Ministry

Centered in the Holy Eucharist 

We give our students the opportunity to become Christ-Centered, in the One who centers their being now and in the future. 
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Although Catholic tradition and faith are important aspects of the Ladywood experience, students of all religious backgrounds are welcome to attend, encouraging a diverse environment. Through daily prayer, school Masses, religious retreats, Eucharistic Adoration, and a variety of Theology courses, our students develop understanding, wisdom, and an appreciation for spirituality in their lives.  

Campus Ministry

Sr. Felicity serves as Ladywood's Dean of Ministry and Mission and is responsible for empowering students to live as disciples of Jesus Christ, drawing them to participate in the life, mission, and work of the faith community, and fostering the personal and spiritual growth of each student. She is also available to provide pastoral care to Ladywood's students and families as needed.  

On a Mission to Care

At Ladywood, we create young women that immerse themselves in their surroundings. Our students are proactive members of society and they put our Felician Core Values into action; not only now, but also well beyond their time in high school. 

Caregivers to the world, our students perform over 6,000 hours of
community service every year, not for the credit, but because of their
selflessness.

From all-school service days, to food, toy, and blood drives; planting fruits and vegetables in our Community Garden to attending our annual Mission Trip in Guatemala. Ladywood girls make a difference – locally and globally.

Requirement 

Each student must complete a total of 85 service hours prior to graduation. Listed below are the individual grade levels and the required hours needed for the year:

• Freshmen – 15 hours
• Sophomores – 20 hours
• Juniors – 25 hours
• Seniors – 25 hours

Types of Service 

The following are acceptable forms of service:

• Church affiliated work
• Work at a hospital or care center
• Fundraisers for charity
• Work at inner city public schools
• Special Olympics
• Catholic Youth Organization
• Work at soup kitchens, food banks, etc.
• Work at organizations such as Lighthouse, Focus Hope, S.O.S., Meals on Wheels, etc.
• Nursing homes
• Work at Ladywood High School (Auction, Open House, Fashion Show, St. Pat's Food Pantry, etc.
• Helping a neighbor in need

The following is a list of unacceptable service:

• Babysitting for family, friends, or relatives
• Working at parents place of business

Verification 

Students must have half of their required amount of service hours for the year turned in to their Theology Teacher at the end of each semester which will count towards part of their participation grade in Theology. An example would be Freshmen 7.5 hours, Sophomores 10 hours, Juniors, 12.5 hours and Seniors 12.5 hours. Students need to submit their hours on the following dates:

• 1st Semester – Friday, December 11, 2015
• 2nd Semester –Friday, June 3, 2016

This will help the student be more accountable for tracking service hours and it will help the Theology Teacher in the collection of paperwork.

Notification

Notification of available service projects will be posted on the Campus Ministry website.

Questions

Any questions about service work should be directed to Sr. Felicity Marie at: 734-591-1545 x 234.

Click here for a copy of the Student Service Hour Form

Service Projects

  • Angel's Place 
  • ˜Livonia Goodfellows: No Child Without a Christmas
  • Outreach from America Service Project
  • American Red Cross Blood Drive
  • AAA Pregnancy Resource Center Baby Shower

Ladywood High School International Mission Trips

Please click here to see pictures from our Summer 2015 Guatemala Mission Trip.

Please click here to see pictures from our Summer 2014 Dominican Republic Mission Trip.

Please click here to see pictures from our Summer 2013 Guatemala Mission Trip.

Ladywood Blazers serving the community