Religious Education K-12
Religious education is a life-long process for all parishioners. It does not begin and end with a school program; however, it is a partnership with parents who are the primary educators of their children. Our religious program represents a short time in a child’s life. Religious education begins in the home with a child’s family and in their surrounding community.
When children enter our catechetical program it is with open arms that we engage them to learn about their faith and spirituality to better understand the Catholic Church’s teachings. Our goal is for children to witness God’s love and to grow closer to Him in a personal relationship on their faith journey.
Our volunteer teachers and aides represent a dedicated staff that devotes many hours of their time to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ to the children. Their call to the catechetical ministry is what enables our program to carry out the will of God.
When the children leave our program, we hope it is not an end, but a beginning. We hope that in the time we have shared with each of them, that we have instilled within their heart a yearning to continue to grow in knowledge, a love for our Lord, and the strength and courage to witness to God in their everyday lives.
Registration Weekend for RE 2017-2018
Registration weekend will be August 26/27 after all Masses. Registration packets will be mailed on August 10th to those families registered in the program last year.
Class Day and Time for RE 2017-2018
Wednesday Evenings: September 13, 2017 - May 2, 2018
6:00 - 7:15 pm for all children of the parish ages 3 years through high school.
To Register for RE 2017-2018: Parent Forms and Booklets
To register, please download the following forms: (located at the right of this page)
1) Letter to Parents
2) Registration & Medical Release Form
3) Parental Involvement Form
4) Virtus Opt-Out Form - Required only if you choose NOT to have your child participate.
Where are classes held?
Most Pure Heart of Mary Parish Center and School.
Is there a fee for my children to attend Religious Education classes?
We do ask a fee to help defray the cost of materials associated with the Religious Ed. Program.
(No child will be denied a Catholic Religious Education due to inability to pay.)
Is my child old enough, or to old?
We offer classes for Pre-Kindergarten (those entering Kindergarten the following school year) through High School.