Student Life

Campus Ministry

It's More Than Service Hours

Campus Ministry offers many opportunities for you to grow in relationship with yourself, God, and others.  Students are always welcome to drop in or make an appointment with a campus minister.  As students grow, and sometimes struggle in their faith or have concerns, the campus ministers are available to talk them through those challenging times.

A Key Formative Experience

Walsh Jesuit promotes being Open to Growth and a Commitment to Social Justice through the Christian Service Program.

The Christian Service Program

List of 4 items.

  • What is the Goal of the Christian Service Program

    ⇒To provide opportunities for metanoia - the radical transformation of the hearts and minds. 

    ⇒By fostering, forming, and reflecting upon relationships with individuals from poor, marginalized, or disadvantaged populations, such transformation can take place.
  • How many service hours do I need to complete?

    Freshmen & Sophomores: 10
    These hours must be completed at a church, Walsh Jesuit, or a community partner.
    Juniors and Seniors: 20
    These hours must be completed at one (1) non-profit location that deals directly with a poor and/or marginalized community.
  • Are there specific places to complete service?

    Approved service opportunities differ based on grade levels:

    Freshmen & Sophomores – All Freshmen & Sophomores may serve at any location (school, parish, community, etc.), but we recommend they serve a poor, marginalized or disadvantaged population. 

    Juniors & Seniors – All 20 service hours must be performed at one, primary, 501c3 (nonprofit) agency that serves a poor, marginalized, or disadvantaged population. Students may augment hours earned at their primary agency with service performed through a Walsh Jesuit Campus Ministry.
  • Who do I call if I still have a question?

    Campus Ministry
    330-929-4205 | extension 170

Warriors Reflect

Freshman Hiking Retreat
Freshman Day of Service
Sophomore Retreat
Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice
Arrupe Leadership Summit
Retreat Leadership
Summer Immersion Experiences

Warriors Pray . . .

Daily Mass, M-F @7:30 a.m. in the Chapel
Open to all community members

School Masses for holy days & special events

Mass of the Holy Spirit
Opening Mass of the school year. A special blessing is given to Freshmen, transfer students, and new staff

Mass of the Feast of the North American Martyrs
In celebration of our patron saints, the North American Martyrs

Justice Mass
A liturgy where we celebrate the good work our community does & challenge our students to be men and women for others

Commissioning Mass
We celebrate the end of the year with a Mass, praying over each grade level as they move forward in their Walsh Jesuit experience. 

Class Masses
During Flex Start programming – each class participates twice a year

Participate in Eucharistic Adoration
First and third Wednesday of the month

Participate in the sacrament of Reconciliation 
Advent and Lent

Daily Examen
An all-community reflection of the day at 1:13 p.m.

Morning Prayer

Department Faculty

List of 4 members.

  • Photo of Tim Dunn

    Mr. Tim Dunn 

    Vice-President of Mission & Identity
    John Carroll University - Master of Arts
  • Photo of Jonathon Hassman

    Mr. Jonathon "Jon" Hassman 17

    Walsh University
  • Photo of Meghan Kiel

    Mrs. Meghan (McDonald) Kiel 17

    Campus Minister
    330-929-4205 ext. 113
    Franciscan University of Steubenville - BA
  • Photo of Miles Tiemeyer

    Miles Tiemeyer 

    Campus Minister
    Xavier University - BA
    John Carroll University - MA

Our Mission

As a Christ-centered community, we strive to be Men and Women for and with Others.


Local Phone: 330.929.4205
Phone: 800.686.4694
Walsh Jesuit High School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic and other school-administered programs.