Faith & Service

Faith and Service

At Marquette High, the faith development of all students is encouraged and guided through a program of individual and group activities - academic and experiential. As a Catholic school in the Jesuit tradition, Ignatian Spirituality, a spirituality for everyday life, guides students in their faith development.

Our theology curriculum, a dynamic retreat program, expansive community service opportunities, sacramental life and prayer groups also help shape the faith experience of students.
Venture Forth


Good and gracious God,

Guide us as we Venture Forth in faith.

Fill us with curiosity as we explore the many wonders of your creation. Inspire us to ask questions, remain open to growth and strive for excellence as we seek to discover our purpose in life.

Give us compassion that we may walk in solidarity with those who seek social, economic and environmental justice. Enliven our minds and hearts that we may discern the ways we can use our gifts and talents to serve you and others.

Grant us character that we might live our faith boldly, following the example of the prophets and disciples as we walk the path that leads to you. Teach us to understand the promptings of your Spirit as we respond to your call to be your presence in this world.

Bless us with the courage to take risks, to express ourselves with words and deeds that praise, reverence and serve you. Stir within us a sense of humility and trust that may we allow you to direct our feet.

Guide us Lord, as we Venture Forth. Help us to walk with curiosity, compassion, character and courage that our earthly pilgrimage may find its completion in you.


Campus Ministry

Mr. Paul Farrell
Director of Campus Ministry

Ross Pribyl, S.J.
Associate Director of Campus Ministry

Ms. Patricia Nunez
Administrative Assistant

A Prayer for Generosity

Dearest Lord, teach me to be generous.
Teach me to serve you as you deserve.
To give and not to count the cost,
to fight and not to heed the wounds,
to toil and not to ask for the rest,
to labor and not to ask for reward,
save that of the knowledge that
I am doing your will. Amen.

St. Ignatius Loyola