Spiritual Formation

The Integral Formation® method of education aims to help each student fulfill the mission for which he/she was created, developing a personal and intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. Christ becomes the ultimate motive for all the student’s choices and actions. The student’s intellectual and human growth moves closer to perfection through God’s grace and the student’s spiritual efforts.


Liturgical Events and Activities 


  • Eucharistic Celebrations
  • First-Friday Masses
  • Daily Prayer
  • Eucharistic Hour
  • Living Rosary/Our Lady of the Rosary
  • Crowning of Mary
  • Christmas Pageant
  • Pope’s Day
  • All Saints Day Celebration
  • Living Stations of the Cross
  • Annual Pilgrimage to a Marian Shrine


Spiritual Activities  

  • Apostolic Service Projects
  • Student Retreats
  • Missions
  • Catholic Formation Class
  • Saint program
  • School Mystique
  • Spiritual Campaigns
  • Formation Dialogue
  • Virtue Program


Feast Days

  • Blessed Mother’s Birthday Our Lady of Sorrows
  • All Saints Day
  • Christ the King
  • Immaculate Conception
  • Our Lady of Guadalupe
  • Epiphany
  • St. Joseph


Pilgrimage to a Shrine of the Blessed Virgin Mary: Each year, the students make a pilgrimage to a Shrine of the Blessed Virgin Mary. A pilgrimage symbolizes our spiritual journey toward heaven. It is a physical journey. The pilgrimages are a time of sacrifice, prayer, reflection, recollection and camaraderie among the students. Time for Mass, the rosary, prayers and reflection-time to share and appreciate take place, concluding in celebratory picnic/refreshments together as a family.


Prayer: Prayer is the heart of Christian life. Students are encouraged to participate in the active daily prayer life of the school: vocal prayer with the class, and personal prayer in the chapel. Prayers are recited in the morning, midday and at the closing of the day.  


Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: Christ is truly and fully present in the Eucharist that is reserved in the tabernacle. This provides a unique opportunity to spend time in His presence in peace and solitude. Students and parents have the opportunity to visit Adoration weekly or monthly individually and as a school community.


Retreats: The annual student retreat aims at helping students experience a personal encounter with God, and leading them to adhere to his will and serve their fellow man.  All students are expected to take the opportunity to participate in the retreats.  


Formation Dialogue: Formation dialogue is a means of helping students grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ and progress in their Christian life. Legionary chaplains, or formation instructors who may be Legionary brothers or consecrated members of Regnum Christi, provide formation dialogue to the students.