Notre Dame
High School

Lawrenceville, NJ
Catholic Mission

Campus Ministry

Our goal and mission is that through prayer, programs, and outreach we can help to build the Kingdom of God here at Notre Dame High School.
The Campus Ministry Program at Notre Dame high School is made up of a team including our Chaplain, Father Jason Parzynski, Campus Ministers Tracey Reed and Kathy Maley, campus ministry students, faculty, staff and administration who are responsible for providing spiritual programs for the entire Notre Dame community. Each year, underclassmen experience a day of reflection, prayer and discussion with their fellow classmates. Seniors have the option to take part in Kairos, a four day retreat, which leads them through an intense self-reflection of their lives, their relationships and choices. Campus ministry clubs promote prayer, faith development, and social justice (FaithJustice retreats and Social Justice Club). Morning prayer, Eucharistic adoration, monthly liturgy and monthly confession are available to students. Peer support groups for students experiencing loss and stress are available through our Spectrum program.

Catholic Mission News

List of 4 news stories.

  • Bishop O'Connell Reflects on "Aid in Dying"

    Diocese of Trenton Bishop David M. O’Connell, C.M. has written a reflection about New Jersey’s new assisted suicide law, which went info effect August 1, 2019.

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  • Rosary at the Grotto

    On this beautiful day, the ND family gathered at the Grotto to pray the Rosary and crown the Blessed Mother. Following the Rosary, we honored Ms. Ivins with a plaque, commemorating her 40+ years of devoted service to the students of Notre Dame. Thank you for all you have done! 
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  • Seniors Awarded by The Princeton Prize in Race Relations

    By Karissa Chen, Senior Communications Intern

    Nabia Evans ‘19 and Shomari Hollis ‘19, were recognized at the 2019 Reception and Awards Ceremony for the Princeton Prize in Race Relations of Central and Southern New Jersey. The ceremony was held on May 1 at the John  Maclean House at Princeton University. The senior students were awarded Certificates of Accomplishment in recognition for their work of engaging and challenging their school and community to promote racial equity, respect and understanding of all people.
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  • Students Featured in "Building a Culture of Life" Video

    On January 18, members of the Celebrate Life Club at Notre Dame attended the March for Life in Washington, D.C. To support the Diocese of Trenton’s ‘respect life’ mission, the “Building a Culture of Life” video was filmed by Respect Life Ministry in the Diocese and features Luke Okupski ’20 and Julia Lencovich ’19 as well as other students and parishioners within the Diocese.
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List of 3 members.

  • Photo of Fr. Jason Parzynski

    Fr. Jason Parzynski 

    Campus Chaplain/Faculty
  • Photo of Tracey Reed

    Tracey Reed 

    Assistant Administrator for Catholic Mission
    609-882-7900 ext.168
  • Photo of Katherine Maley

    Katherine Maley 

    Campus Minister/Faculty
    609-882-7900, ext.168

Faith in Action

  • Year of Youth

  • Spirituality at ND

Kathleen McQuarrie ‘15

"Thank you for giving personal and spiritual growth through retreats and service trips. My Kairos retreat was the best weekend of my high school days and shaped the person I am.”

Notre Dame High School

Located on 100 beautiful acres in Central New Jersey, Notre Dame High School, founded in 1957, is a college preparatory school for grades 9 - 12, preparing young men and women for lives of purpose, built upon a foundation of Catholic faith, with a commitment to academics, co-curricular activities and service to others.