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Religious Education: K-12

Religious education for Grades 1-12 is held on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-7:30pm during the school year. 

  • 1,2,3,4,6, & 7  Grades meet at Carroll Hall.
  • The 5th grade meets in the upstairs classroom of the Parish Office Building; 8th grade meets in the Parish Library in the Parish Office Building.
  • The High School group meets in the church for Dead Theologians Society lessons on Monday evenings.


1st Communion Class (2nd Grade):


First Communion Forms



Confirmation Class (7th Grade):


Confirmation Reg. Forms




Faith Formation Curriculum

Every curriculum has been specially chosen to help students grow in their faith, make faith connections to every day life, understand the beauty and importance of the sacraments, and help students and families together grow in communion with Christ.

Grades first through eighth use the Spirit of Truth curriculum by Sophia Press

Our high school students are participating in the DTS (Dead Theologian's Society) program.  

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Parent Resources:

Current Movie Reviews:

Financial Resources:


Youth Resources:

Sr. Miriam SOLT Student Talk

Catechist/Teacher Resources: (United States Conference of Catholic Bishops)

Starting the Catechetical year

Three ways to model Discipleship

Planning & Activities 

Teaching resources

Podcast-Teaching teens to Pray

Using Discernment in Planning 

Resources on Marriage and Family:


On Marriage:


"The Beauty of Marriage from a Biblical Perspective" 

A Seven-Day Virtual Marriage Retreat with Pope Francis

Marital Spirituality

A video: What marriage is all about 

Catholic and Married: Leaning into love

On Familes:


Learning within the Christian Family

Improving your relationship with your child 

Parenting Rituals

Building Blocks of Healthy Development in Children

A prayer book for families 

How to Make Scripture a Part of Our Homes

Resources for the feast of the Holy Family 

Bishop Wenski on the Family 

A Year of Family Prayers

A reflection on the family as "The Fundamental locus of the Covenant between the Church and God's Creation.

The family is the domestic church, the church of the home

How to Pray: primer for Parents and Families

The Sacredness of Childhood




Register for 2019-2020 Religious Education

Faith Formation Calendar 2018-2019.pdf