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 Religious Involvement

​At Geibel Catholic Junior-Senior High School, God is recognized as the ultimate source of authority and meaning. The school upholds the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church and is united with the local church of Greensburg.

Students are taught love of God, love of neighbor, and a healthy love of self. Geibel Catholic assumes that its students are regular observers of their faith, that they practice their faith with enthusiasm and commitment, and that they share their faith with their local parishes as participants in youth work, liturgical assistants, or volunteers in various capacities available on the parish level.


  • ​On-site St. Vincent de Paul Food Bank
  • Coat Drive
  • Holiday Food Collections
  • Toys for Tots
  • Thanksgiving Festival of Choirs
  • Songs for the Sick
  • Music Ministry

 Faith in Action

  • Cantors
  • Tenebrae Service
  • Stations of the Cross
  • School Mass
  • National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC)
  • March for Life
  • Class Retreats
  • Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
  • Lectors
  • Ministers of Hospitality
  • Student Ambassadors
A culture of vocations reminds every individual that God is calling them to a particular vocation. The Diocese of Greensburg has announced two opportunities for boys and young men to discuss, learn about, and pray to God for guidance for their vocation.

Middle School Priesthood Discernment Group

Jeremiah Days is an opportunity for middle school-aged boys and their parents or guardians to gather to learn, discuss, and pray to God for guidance in knowing their vocation. The group will meet on the following days: October 16, December 11, February 12, and April 9 from 10:00 am – 11:30 am at St. James Church in New Alexandria. To register, please visit

High School & Young Adult Priesthood Discernment Group

The Melchizedek Project is designed for both high school and young adult-aged men to gather with other individuals who would like to grow in their understanding of how to discern a vocation to the priesthood. Each gathering involves prayer, discussion on a specific topic related to priesthood, and dinner. Please visit for registration information, dates, and locations. 

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