Faith Life at LeBlond

Students at LeBlond are always encouraged to get involved in the faith life of the school. We offer several different ways for students to develop their relationship with God and the Catholic Faith.


Sacramental Life

Students have regular opportunities for Mass, Confession and Adoration, as well as opportunities throughout the liturgical year for further faith formation.

Mass Schedule:

All-School masses are held every Thursday at 10:45

Rosary/Morning Prayer is held every day at 7:00 in the Chapel

Eucharistic Adoration: First Fridays, all day

Confessions: Held before All School Mass on Thursdays from 9:45-10:30

Campus Ministry

Campus Ministry meets every other Monday at 8:00 a.m., and EVERY student is welcome to attend. This is a student-led group that is dedicated to promoting and developing the spiritual life of the school. The students brainstorm different events and activities during the year that benefit not only the school, but in many cases the greater community. Some examples of this include:

  • Delivering Christmas cards to the residents of Carriage Square nursing home

  • Sponsoring the Catholic Schools Week Trivia Contest: this is a faith-based trivia game between the northwest Missouri Catholic grade schools held during Catholic Schools Week. The categories correspond to the subjects taught in the LB theology department

  • Sponsoring the Lenten Charity Drive: this charity drive happens during Lent and benefits the Noyes Home for children and Grace House charities. 

  • St. Joseph devotions: during the month of March, a traveling statue of St. Joseph visited every classroom and was accompanied by a special prayer to St. Joseph. The school was consecrated under the spiritual patronage of St. Joseph by Bishop Johnston.


Student Retreats

We offer retreats for each grade level - and they often form some of the best memories of the entire four year experience. Our retreats are at Benedictine College and are run in conjunction with the Benedictine Retreat team. Activities include:

  • Full day away from school

  • Mass and Adoration

  • Talks and small group discussion

  • Meal at Benedictine