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The parish K4J Club will help parents raise their kids with a love of virtue and their Catholic faith. In our age appropriate groups, children will gather and learn their Mission for the Month. There is a specific virtue that they will learn and practice throughout the month. To assist them, they will have a Holy Hero to guide them. Parents should be on the lookout for the Mission Pack that will come home with their child each month. As it reaches into the home, it motivates kids to be leaders within their own family through the "Mission of the Month" which helps them practice the monthly virtue. It also gives busy parents a tool with helpful tips and ideas to foster a Catholic culture within the home.
The Edge is designed for middle school students in grades six through eight. There are six semesters of instruction which include: The Creed, The Church, Sacraments, Prayer, Christian Morality, and Catholic Social Justice. Each session is planned to be engaging and informative. Our intention is always to lead our teens closer to Christ and His Church.
Our program for high school students includes prayer, worship, catechetical instruction, small group discussion, activities, social events, and service. This integral approach to forming our young people in the Catholic faith is based on a national program which has proven successful across the nation. It is intended to be dynamic and engaging, leading our teens into a personal and communal experience of God’s presence and action in their lives.
The Institute is an on-line educational resource for anyone who is looking to learn about their catholic faith and anything they would need to know about the Catholic Religion. We bring academia and theology together to answer questions like who am I? Why am I here? What am I doing? Through providing on-line video courses comprised of a series of classes, we can deliver proper Catechisms at a high school level and above to help our students figure out these questions. Click here to visit the website
It’s okay to have questions about your faith, as long as you’re looking for the answers. Explore your faith through articles, videos, and podcasts.
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Confirmation is offered to all high school students who show a desire to enter into the fullness of the Catholic faith through the anointing with the Holy Spirit. They must be participants in Lifeteen and attend eight special sessions in preparation for the celebration of the Sacrament of Confirmation. They meet regularly with their sponsors and attend a special retreat day.
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