Here is a reminder of the schedule for last few weeks of Faith Formation:
* Wednesday, April 3 – Final Classes (K-5, EDGE, DEEP)
11th graders preparing for Confirmation will continue to meet on Wednesday evenings for the final “capstone” sessions in preparation for the sacrament of Confirmation. 11th graders will meet from 7:30 – 9:00PM in the Fireside Room (Rectory basement – come to the parish office entrance) on
* April 17 * April 24 * May 1 * May 8
* Catholic Relief Services is the official international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community of the United States. CRS is motivated by the example of Jesus Christ to assist the poor and suffering in nearly 100 countries on the basis of need, without regard to race, religion, or nationality.
* Every year the Catholic community in the United States assists more than 100 million of the world’s poorest people through CRS, with innovative, long-term solutions to poverty, hunger, drought and disease, and with emergency crisis relief.
* 75% of your donation to CRS Rice Bowl supports Catholic Relief Services’ programs around the world. 25% supports local hunger and poverty alleviation efforts in our diocese.
* Whether you have been collecting money all Lent, or you are just now considering making a donation … Please bring in your donations on Divine Mercy Sunday, April 7th. Thank you!
The Theology of the Body for Teens program brings Blessed John Paul II’s exciting teaching into a practical format that high school and middle school youth will enjoy and understand. Join us for these training sessions, where you will be introduced to the Theology of the Body as it specifically relates to teens and pre-teens. TOB training is open to parents, teachers, and anyone who works with youth.
* Friday, May 10 from 10AM – 4PM TOB Middle School Training ($45/person)
* Saturday, May 11 from 10AM-4PM TOB High School Training ($40/person
Contact Amy Kane for more information at 728-6985 ext. 117. Register by April 26th.
Who? Youth who have completed grades 9-12
When? June 10-13
Where? The College of St. Scholastica
What? D-Week includes: amazing talks, small groups, prayer, Reconciliation, Adoration, Mass, praise & worship, as well as other games & activities.
Cost? $215, if registered by May 24 ($10 late fee after May 24).
How? Contact Amy Kane for more information or go HERE online.
Who? youth who have completed grades 6-8
When? August 5-9
What? Camp Survive includes: amazing talks, small groups, prayer, Reconciliation, Adoration, Mass, praise & worship, as well as games and traditional camp activities.
How? Contact Amy Kane for more information, or check HERE for updates online.