Prayer & Worship
Saint Dominic High School is a community that directly endorses and practices the basic values of Christianity in the Roman Catholic tradition. Within an educational framework, we seek to develop a community based on mutual respect and to develop in our students a sense of personal responsibility. Our ultimate aim is to contribute to the preparation of our students to live in a world of challenge and change by promoting their spiritual, intellectual, emotional, moral, social, cultural, and physical growth. In keeping with this philosophy, we promote religious education with experiences in liturgical worship, Christian service, retreats, and community outreach projects. Each school day begins and ends with a prayer. In addition, prayers are said at the beginning of each class period. In addition to whole-school masses at various times during the year, the entire high school community attends Mass each Thursday with students serving as lectors, altar servers, cantors and Eucharistic ministers.
Below are links for the readings for each of our weekly masses. You are invited to reflect on those readings throughout the week of each mass. Mass readings for every day of the year can be found here: