Student Reported Outcomes from a Four-Year Catholic Service-Learning Program 
Service-learning attempts to reconnect communities, schools, and students in the 
name of democracy and the benefit of the disenfranchised.  Catholic schools have 
added another component, framing service as exercising one's faith while benefiting 
marginalized groups.  This paper draws on interviews conducted with seniors at an 
urban parochial high school.  Outcomes from their service are framed within the goals 
of the Christian service program.