Office of Religious Education

Our Mission

The office of Religious Education commits to the mission of Christ in serving others.

We share our tradition and deepen our faith through evangelization and catechesis.

We spread the word of God to the children, the youth, our brothers and sisters of different cultures and the unbelievers.

We serve everyone with a humble heart~to love and serve like Jesus

Early Childhood

3-5 Years Classes on Sundays. Students will use Gospel Weeklies-"Seed."

Lessons will involve arts and crafts, musical movement and other

activities that engage the students' large motor skills.


5-6 Years Students will use Gospel Weeklies-"Promise." Lessons will

involve arts and crafts, use of handouts and exercise of large motor skills.


Grades 1-5 Students will use textbooks. Students will also be learning

basic prayers, the Seven Sacraments, Ten Commandments, Beatitudes,

Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy, Precepts of the Church,

Holy Days of Obligation, parts of the Mass, the Liturgical Seasons

and community service.

Junior High

Grades 6-8 The students review the fundamentals of their Catholic faith.

However, they are challenged to recognize the social, moral and ethical

issues of today and how they, as Baptized Catholics, are called to live out

their commitments to to others in our society through a pro-active approach

in Liturgical, Parish and Community Service.

Heritage I & II

This program runs for two (2) consecutive years and is a preparatory class

for students who need the Sacraments of Reconciliation and First Eucharist

who are in grades 3 through 8. After receiving these two Sacraments,

the students continue their faith journey by attending religious education

classes right through the Sacrament of Confirmation.

R.C.I. Teens Rite of Christian Initiation for Teens. This program runs for

two (2) consecutive years and is designed for students who are 14-18 years

of age and need more than one of the following sacraments: Baptism, Reconciliation,

First Eucharist and Confirmation.

Special Assistance

Traditional classes are offered with "special assistance" for students who have moderate learning,

reading and/or hearing disabilities, attention span deficit, hyper activity, etc. As all of our classes are staffed by volunteers, a small teacher/student ratio and more hands-on activities enable the information to be passed on. These small

classes also enable the same activities and opportunities, while using more of those skills and talents that your students possess.

Parents must inform us if their child requires special assistance.

Special Education (Gift)

Designed specifically for students with substantial development or learning disabilities, or physical impairment; depends on the availability of the teacher. the aim of this program is to prepare for the student's gradual discovery of a personal relationship with God. Classes involve liturgies, music, prayers, scripture, sacrament preparation, crafts, etc. This program is available for children.