Religious Education Registration
Don’t Delay – Register Today
Friday, August 31 is the final deadline to register your children for Faith & Family – Shepherd’s Promise – Special Religious Education
Sacramental Preparation requires that your child is enrolled in a Religious Education Program. You may register for both now.
Children and youth are invited to grow in knowledge of the faith, build a closer personal relationship with God and participate in fun, faith-enriching class activities! Register online or paper forms are available in the Information Cove and outside the Office of Catechesis.
We welcome those preparing for sacraments AND all who want to learn more about the faith (including those not preparing for a sacrament now).
Faith & Family: For children entering Pre-K–12th grade. Parents and children meet two Sundays on campus per month from 9:45–11:15am, with parents teaching home sessions the other two weeks of the month.
Shepherd’s Promise: For children entering K–8th grade. Meets weekly: Tuesdays from 4:30–5:45pm or Wednesdays from 6:00–7:15pm.
Special Needs Religious Education: For children, youth and young adults. Meets weekly on Tuesdays from 6:30–7:30pm.
Contact: Megan O’Neill at email@example.com or 303.770.0531 x5.
Sacraments are beautiful outward signs of inward grace!
Restored Order: Must be baptized Catholic & enrolled in faith formation
Year 1 – First Reconciliation: 2nd–4th grade
Year 2 – Confirmation & First Eucharist: 3rd–5th grade
Workshops for parents and children.
Contact: Cheyenne Secor at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303.770.0531 x7.
To prepare for Middle or High School Confirmation beginning in spring 2019, please enroll in one of our religious education classes this fall.
Adults & Children Interested in Becoming Catholic: You are invited to attend one of our monthly inquiry meetings to ask questions and learn more about the Rite of Christian Initiation! Sessions are on the last Wednesday of every month. Please join us for our next inquiry session on Wednesday, August 29 at 7:00pm in the Cry Room.
Being a catechist is a wonderful way to grow deeper in your own faith, knowledge and personal relationship with our Lord.
We are seeking generous parishioners to give of their time and talent as a teacher or co-teacher for one of our faith formation programs.
Please prayerfully consider this wonderful opportunity to share the gift of faith with children in our parish.
Catechists teach in pairs and receive training, curriculum and guidance throughout the year.
For details, contact Megan O’Neill at email@example.com