All students are required to attend Footprints in the spring semester during their junior Theology course, Catholic Social Teaching.
Junior Retreat Day: FOOTPRINTS
Whatever you did for one of the least important, you did it for me. Matthew 25:40
Footprints is an off-campus, full-day, immersion experience, bringing students face-to-face with those on the margins of society – the homeless, the poor and others struggling to meet their basic needs. All retreat days are facilitated by CrossRoads Ministry.
As children of God, we are called to use our gifts to serve and take care of one another, especially the “least among us,” as Christ instructs.
Theology teachers will provide specific information, dates and permission slips.
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