Faith Formation 2020-Visit the AT HOME RESOURCES page
Family Resources for LENT 2021
February 17-Ash Wednesday, no class. Mass at 8:30 am and 6:00 pm.
February 24-Chapter 17-5-8 meet in-person 6:15-7:30, 8th grade TOB Chapter 4
March 3-Chapter 18-K-4 meet in-person 6:00-7:00
March 10-Chapter 19 5-8 meet in-person 6:15-7:30, 8th grade TOB Chapter 5
March 17-Spring Break, no class.
March 24-pages 165-168 and review chapter 20 K-4 meet in-person 6:00-7:00, (7th grade teach Chapter 20 At-Home)
March 31-Holy Week, no class.
April 7- Chapter 25 5-8 meet in-person 6:15-7:30, 8th grade TOB Chapter 6 and 7th grade teach Chapter 21
April 14- Chapter 21 K-4 meet in-person 6:00-7:00 (7th grade teach Chapter 22 At-Home)
April 21*- Chapter 22 5-8 meet in-person 6:15-7:30, 8th grade TOB Chapter 7 and 7th grade teach Chapter 23
*2nd grade First Eucharist Retreat Centers for children and parents in the Parish Hall: 3:30-6:30 pm.
April 28- Chapter 23 K-4 meet in-person 6:00-7:00, (7th grade teacher Chapter 24 At-Home)
May 5- Chapter 24 5-8 meet in-person 6:15-7:30, 8th grade TOB Chapter 8 and 7th grade teacher Chapter 25
Companions on the Journey of Faith
Parents---please check out the new resources on our Adult Faith Formation Page as you lead your children back to Mass.
Parents--you are your child's first teacher of the FAITH.
Learn more about Christ and the traditions of the Church here.
You can't give what you don't have.
Reminder: we are now in ordinary time. To reflect the liturgical season you may change the cloth on your family prayer table to green.
Is your child showing signs of Anxiety?
How to help your preschool age child.
How to help your elementary age child.
Call to Discipleship: Are you Called to be a Catechist?
The ministry of catechesis is greatly important. The work of a Catechist or Assistant Catechist is a beautiful ministry in which one is called by Christ. The call to be a Catechist is a call to discipleship: to build relationships with children and families and share our Catholic faith. Contact the Director of Faith Formation to learn how you can be involved.
Second graders celebrate the sacrament of First Reconciliation and First Eucharist. Parents and catechists are involved in the preparation process. The beginning of the year focuses on Reconciliation and receiving the gift of God’s Mercy. The second half the children continue their journey with Christ learning more about the Mass and Eucharist.
St. John’s Confirmation is a 2-year preparation process during the 9th and 10th grade year. Confirmation candidates immerse themselves in group study, retreat experiences, service projects and personal prayer. For more information, contact the Youth Minister/Confirmation Coordinator.
Please contact the Director of Faith Formation if your child has not received his or her sacraments.
High School Youth Ministry helps to inspire and encourage young adults to live their Catholic faith and hopes to bring them into a deeper relationship with Christ and His Church. This is done through Wednesday night 3D (Dedicated Driven Disciples) sessions, retreats, socials, and service projects.
Adult Faith Formation groups meet throughout the school year. All are welcome. Check the bulletin or our website (click on "Adult Faith Formation") for more details.