Student Life

Campus Ministry

Student Ministry Team
The Student Ministry Team consists of juniors and seniors at CBHS who work with the Mission and Ministry Team in planning, organizing, creating, and implementing campus ministry events. They help in the creation of schoolwide prayer services and activities as well as lead those worship activities. They also serve as small group leaders during the sophomore retreat and are trained as ministers to serve at Masses as altar servers, lectors, and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion. These students actively and consistently work to develop and strengthen their own faith so that they can be leaders on campus.
Sophomore Retreat: What do I believe and how do I live out those beliefs?
Students will be encouraged to consider their beliefs and what they value and how those beliefs and values impact their actions daily. Through small group discussions, they will reflect on their own faith traditions and the way those traditions shape their beliefs and share with their peers. Adults and peers will give witness talks reflecting on Scripture and other texts to examine how we are called to live our lives and treat others. Various activities and reflections will encourage students to view each other as brothers and treat each other accordingly.
Senior Retreat: Who am I? And who will I be as I prepare for graduation?
During the retreat, students have the opportunity to reflect on their lives and their relationships—particularly with themselves, their friends, and family—and the role their faith plays in those relationships as they prepare to leave high school and embark on the next stage of their lives. These retreats are led by faculty members John Ward ( and Tim Neuman (  
Monday Morning Communion Services
Every Monday morning at 9 a.m. during advisory, students have the opportunity to come to the Brothers’ chapel to join in prayer and receive Holy Communion. Msgr. McArthur and a member of the student ministry team lead these weekly services.
Thursday Morning Masses
Every Thursday morning at 7:20 a.m. in the Brothers’ chapel, Mass is offered for the CBHS community. Each week the intention of the Mass is offered for a club, organization, or team on campus, but everyone is welcome and invited to attend.
Eucharistic Adoration
On the first Friday of every month, Eucharistic Adoration takes place in the Brothers’ chapel from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Students, faculty, staff, and parents are invited to come spend time in prayer and worship with Jesus. Throughout the day, Msgr. McArthur will be available in the chapel to offer the sacrament of Reconciliation. The dates for adoration this year are:
Senior Day of Service
Wednesday, October 30, 2019, will be the fourth senior day of service. While the rest of the school participates in the national PSAT test day, the senior class is loaded up on buses and sent out to various service organizations around the city of Memphis. In 2016, they journeyed to 16 different service sites around the city. The boys spent the morning working at places like the Mid-South Food Bank, St. Peter Villa, the Dorothy Day House, and the Ave Maria Home. Many fathers have accompanied their sons as chaperones on this day. If you’d like to serve as a chaperone, have information about places to serve, or need more information, please contact Lindsey Neuman at


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    Lindsey Neuman 

    University of Tennessee - B.A.
    University of Tennessee - M.S.


Throughout the school year we reflect on the Five Core Principles of Lasallian Education and seek to manifest them in the lives of the CBHS community through their respective virtues. Virtues are the firm and habitual dispositions to do the good. For each core principle, the first virtue is applied to form the personal and interior disposition that embodies the spirit of that core principle, and the second virtue is concerned with practically exercising the core principle in our daily actions. Each month prayers, advisory activities, and school Masses focus on a different virtue to form students in the way of life of a Brothers’ Boy.

Core Principle: Inclusive Community

Core Principle: Respect for All Persons

Core Principle: Concern for the Poor and Social Justice

Core Principle: Faith in the Presence of God

Core Principle: Quality Education

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