I would like to thank the Catechists for their fine work and assistance during the Catechist/Parent Meeting last week. The success of the meetings would not have been possible without them.
I would like to thank the parents who attended the Catechist/Parent Meeting last week. We had a great turnout. Unfortunately, not everyone was able to attend. For those who were unable, it is very important that you stop by the Religious Education Office to fill out the many required documents that must be completed every year. While it is possible that you may have completed similar forms when you registered your child, most were not the current version. So, we are requesting that all forms be signed again.
Tuesday, Wednesday, & Friday - 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Thursday - 9:00 AM to 7:30 PM
Saturday - 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM
I thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Coordinator of Religious Education
Vision: A spiritually transformed Catholic faith community empowered to continuously grow, live, and share their faith with others.
Mission Statement: Proclaim, live, share God’s words, and serve God’s people.
$ 100 for 1 student
$ 175 for 2 students
$ 225 for 3 or more students
Thursday - 5:00 - 7:30 PM
Saturdays - 9:00 - 10:30 AM and from 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
In the new normal, most parents prefer that their children go through the blended family learning approach.
The family catechism uses connectivity (virtual) and home strategies with the support of the catechists.
Parents understand that their preferred mode of learning for their children will depend on their active role in their child's faith journey.
Parents and every Christian family embrace domestic functions and reflect the life of the Church: its mission in the catechism. It is through whom the Gospel is transmitted and through whom it spreads.
Students will use a lectionary-based curriculum using the Pflaum publication Gospel Weeklies that contains assessments of activities, objectives, and resources that will facilitate learning at home.
Parents must pick up books and resources each trimester and attend meetings twice a year.
Catechists monitor and evaluate the progress of their students on a quarterly basis.
Catechists/Parents will observe best practices guidelines for on-line learning.