Religious Education (Also known as Faith Formation or Catechism) is offered for students on Sundays (1st – 6th grade) from 10:00-11:00 am. An age appropriate curriculum approved for use by the Archdiocese of Detroit provides formal religious education for each grade, as well as sacramental preparation. Parents are required to attend several meetings and formation during the First Eucharist Preparation in 2nd grade. Classes run from September through the end of April.
RCIA for Children: Students over 7 years old who have not yet received the sacraments of Baptism, Reconciliation, and /or First Eucharist and need to “catch up” to their peers are invited to attend this program. An age-appropriate, Diocese approved curriculum is used.
Circle of Grace: This program is a Safe Environment lesson for children in Grades K-8. The goal of this age-appropriate program is to educate and empower students to actively participate in a safe environment for themselves and others, and to understand and respect their own dignity and that of others. This one hour lesson is presented in mid November in place of a regular class, and parents are notified at least one week before the class is held.