Faith Formation Grades 1-6

Christmas celebrates God’s becoming one of us and one with us. Jesus comes as an infant, placed in the care of a struggling but loving family. The Feast of the Epiphany, a word that means “manifestation,” celebrates how Jesus was revealed as far more than the king of the Jews. He is revealed as God’s Son. Matthew’s story of the visit of the Magi from the East makes it clear that Jesus came to all people who seek God.
Pray Together:
Pick one of the feast days during the season to attend Mass together as a family. Use the opportunity to pay a visit to the manger scene at your parish church and pray together in your own words that God will help you always trust in his promises and care for those in need. In that way your family will keep the Christmas spirit alive all year long.

Grades 1-5 Sunday classes, will resume January 6th 9-10:05 AM
Grades 1-6 Wednesday classes will resume January 9th 3:30-4:30PM


Confirmation Candidates!

2nd year Confirmation Preparation
This Monday, January 7th at 6:30pm we begin a new section in our preparation for the Sacrament of Confirmation “Formation for Discipleship.” This week we will begin to explore the Creed “… I Believe in God.
1st year Confirmation Prep (7th- 8th grade) will gather on Monday, January 7th 6:30-8PM in the Parish House for Feasts of the Christmas Season.



Welcome back! You are invited to join us this Wednesday (1/9) to look at the tradition of “New Year Resolutions.”
Bring a friend, or show up by yourself, we would love to have you join this growing ministry of
Wednesday Night Gig (grades 8-12)!


If you are interested in joining the Catholic Church or would like an adult update on what you last learned in JR. High School or High School, come join us:
Wednesday Nights
7:00 – 8:30 PM
Beginning Jan 9th, 2019
Rosary Room
Led by Thom O’Neill
Contact Megan O’Neill for questions: 539-4495


Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults

Anyone wishing to become Catholic or wanting to receive further Sacraments, i.e., First Communion or Confirmation, may contact Megan O’Neill for more information. You are invited to a period of inquiry!

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