Spiritual Formation

Religion Class – True to our Catholic identity, every grade has religion class every day. From Kindergarten to 8th grade, students learn about Jesus, the Holy Trinity, the ten commandments, the Blessed Mother, saints, sacraments, and much more! We are dedicated to forming individuals who are learned in the Catholic Faith.

Sacrament Preparation – 

First Holy Communion/First Reconciliation

Preparation for the sacraments of First Holy Communion and First Reconciliation takes place in the classroom during the 2nd grade year.

Preparation for the sacrament of takes place in the classroom during the 8th grade year.

Mass – The Holy Mass is one of the most important events that we take part in as a school! We join in celebration for Mass every week and every Holy Day of Obligation.

Reconciliation –
We recognize the importance for the frequent reconciliation for all Catholics. Because of this, we give all Catholic students the opportunity for reconciliation once every month during the school day.

Eucharistic Adoration
As St. John Paul II noted, “The Church and the world have a great need of Eucharistic Adoration.”

We agree with the great saint, and go to Adoration once a month as a school.

Celebrating the Faith
One of the most joyous activities that we take part in is regularly celebrating our Faith. We celebrate Holy days and saint feast days with food and great fun!

All Saints Day, the feast of St. Nicholas (pictured below), and the Solemnity of St. Joseph are a few events that we celebrate.