Religious Education

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Ideas for Families to Continue Religious Formation at Home

Sister Joellen

We miss you and your children who always bring joy to us. We are praying for all families struggling with what to do about their child’s religious education especially during these times. I have listed a few possible sites that you may find helpful to continue religious formation at home.

Do attempt to participate in the Sunday services on our parish website and on You Tube. May our dear Lord continue to watch over you, your families, and loved ones.

Click here to find some ideas about doing a May Crowning at home this year: https://catechistsjourney.loyolapress.com/2020/04/pop-up-catechesis-may-crowning-at-home/

https://bayardfaithresources.com/pages/bayard-faith-resources-at-home  - free faith resources for children and adults

www.thereligionteacher.com –worksheets, videos, and more for Holy Week

http://holyweek.pastoral.center –Wonderful for many ideas, prayers, and activities

https://catechistsjourney.loyolapress.com/2020/03/preparing-for-holy-week-at-home/ 

These are beautiful explanations of the Mass – a good review before First Communion

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5nzAxPY0Wo&feature=youtu.be basics of the Mass (primary)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJhJBLZJfoI EXCELLENT explanation of the Mass (for everyone) 

For those in Catechesis of the Good Shepherd:

https://www.cgsusa.org –scroll down to parent resources

We also have many educational and devotional links on our Continuing Faith Formation page.

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Catholic Family Faith Formation (CFF/CCD)

The 2020-2021 CFF/CCD Registration will be open for all students (New and Returning) after the quarantine is lifted

CFF/CCD Classes begin in August with parent information meetings.

Parish registration is required for Catholic Family Faith Formation (CFF)/CCD registration to maintain attendance records. Baptism Certificates are required if Baptism was not at St. Andrews. Regular attendance is very important - especially in the Sacrament classes. Part of a child's formation in Faith is learning from you the importance of learning and practicing their faith. Parents and Guardians are welcome in any of the classrooms and to participate in all extra curricula events at all times.

Canonization - Becoming A Saint

Saint Andrew the Apostle Background Information

Catholic Faith Formation (CCD)

Information for those currently enrolled in and those seeking enrollment in Catholic Family Faith Formation (CCD) sessions

  • Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (CGS)
  • Catholic Family Faith Formation (CFF)
  • Confirmation
  • RCIA (Catholics)
  • Scheduled Classes and Times
  • Forms

Continuing Faith Formation

Information for parishoners at St. Andrew the Apostle Catholic Church

  • Catholic Links
  • Lenten Sunday Reflections
  • Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration/First Friday Adoration
  • Catholic Answers
  • Bringing Home the Word
  • Just Faith

Becoming Catholic

Are you interested in the Catholic faith? Would you like to know more about becoming Catholic?

  • Catholics, Come Home
  • Coming Home Network
  • RCIA - The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults

Youth Confirmation Class information is under the Youth Tab:  Confirmation

For further information on Confirmation or Youth Ministry, please contact Bill Polakowski at 520-266-9393 or bsaski@live.com

 

Sr. Joellen Kohlmann

Sr Joellen Kohlmann

Director of Religious Education

The 2018-2019 Faith Formation year starts in September.  Register your children for classes now!