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Registration for Religious Education (RE) classes will be on August 20 & 27 from 9:45-10:45 in the school near Room 107. 

Are offered for all Catholic children age 4 through Confirmation which is usually for students in the 8th grade who are not enrolled in a Catholic school. The classes meet on Sunday mornings at 9:40AM to 12:00 noon in the school. The classes began Sept. 10th and end in May 2016.  No classes on Labor Day

All the classes will attend class then proceed to the 11:00 Mass. The students learn about their Catholic faith, God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, Mary, the sacraments, the Mass, the Rosary, the Ten Commandments, the saints, the Bible and much more. They are taught by Catechists who know and love the Catholic faith.

Students who are making their First Communion or Confirmation must attend Religious Education for two years in order to receive one of these sacraments. Parents, please bring a copy of your child's baptism certificate at the time of registration.

Registration is $35 for one child, $55 for two children, or $75 for three or more chlldren in the family. Those making their First Communion or Confirmation must pay an additional fee of $15.

The Eucharist is the source and summit of our Catholic faith. Jesus is present in His body and blood, soul and divinity, in the Eucharist.  This real presence of Jesus in Holy Communion is what makes us Catholic.  During Mass, Catholics receive the Holy Communion and hear the word of God.  Our lives should be centered around Jesus in the Eucharist. Therefore attending Sunday Mass is the most important hour in our week.

Contact Sharyn Curbo, Director of Religious Education, for additional information at 615-414-1126 or email.