Mass and Prayer Services


Please remember our loved ones during the month of November

The Church encourages the faithful to dedicate the month of November as a time of remembrance for our dear ones who have died. Let us give thanks for their presence in our lives and offer grateful prayers to our loving God who has given us everything that is good. Beginning on the Feast of All Saints on November 1, and then each day after in the month of November, we wish to remember our beloved dead in the masses and prayers offered by the Jesuit High School community.


Liturgy & Prayer
On the morning of each school day, Tuesday-Friday, 7:30 am Mass is held in the Lady Chapel in the Chapel of the North American Martyrs. Students and parents are welcome.

PLEASE NOTE – while the school campus is closed and a stay-at-home order is in place no Masses will be held by order of Bishop Soto.


Several times during the school year the Jesuit High School Community gathers in prayer and worship. These liturgies and prayer services are centered on a particular religious or social concern and are planned by the Liturgy Committee. Jesuit offers Reconciliation Services once a semester for students. All are welcome to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation, or, if not Catholic, receive a blessing. 

Plank Article Nick Venegas ’22

Jesuit to honor Martin Luther King Jr. in liturgy

Student Obinna Okoye '19 speaks at last year's  Mass for Peace and Justice

The Mass for Peace and Justice in the Spirit of Martin Luther King Jr. has been a long-standing tradition for Jesuit High School. 

In typical fashion, the mass plans to highlight the accomplishments of Martin Luther King Jr. There will be quotes displayed from the famous activist as students and teachers enter the gym.