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Directors of Faith Formation

Elizabeth MacDonald and Rebecca Molloy:

Faith Formation Assistant

Judy Burgess:

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2022 - 2023 Registration

Class Schedule


Grades 1-5

  • Sunday @ 9: 15 AM

  • Monday @ 4 PM

  • Tuesday @ 4 PM

** classes fill on a first come first served basis​


Grades 6 & 7

  • every other Monday or Tuesday from

       6 - 7:30 PM


Confirmation I & II (Grades 8 & 9)

  • every other Sunday from

       6 - 7:30 PM

Registration Fees



1 child                       $65 

2 children               $110   

3 + children            $145  

**All volunteers have their registration fees waived.


Additional Fees for Retreat 

Grade 1              $10

Grade 2              $20

Grade 8              $30

Grade 9              $45 (includes robe rental fee for Confirmation)

A picture and link to the letter mailed home about the upcoming year.
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Registration Form for 2021-2022


Registration for next year will begin in the spring of 2023.

Contact the office at (508) 285- 3237 with any questions. 

First Communion and Confirmation preparation programs are both two years and cannot be run concurrently. 

Become A Catechist

Grades 1-5 

Typical classroom setting

using Spirit of Truth textbooks

5 catechists needed per grade


Sunday 9:15-10:15 AM

Monday 4-5 PM

Tuesday 4-5 PM

Grades 6-7

Middle School Youth Ministry model

8-10 Small Group Leaders needed


every other Monday or Tuesday

from 6-7:30PM

Confirmation I & II

Typically grades 8 & 9

8-10 Small Group Leaders needed


every other Sunday

from 6-7:30

Community Service

There are many ways to serve our parish Faith Formation program. Please contact Judy to find out more!

Overview Grades 1-5

Grade 1: God is Love

First-grade students begin to develop an awareness of God as our Father in Heaven, the creator of Heaven and earth, who is all good, who created them in His image and likeness, and who loves them unconditionally. Special emphasis is placed on growing to know, love, and trust God.  They will learn:
          * Basic parts of the Mass
          * The reality of sin in connection with the Sacrament of Confession
          * The lives of saints and the basics of prayer as a conversation with God
          * Basic Catholic prayers


Grade 2: Our Life in Jesus

Second-grade students focus on how much children are loved by Jesus Christ, and how His death and Resurrection has opened the way to Heaven.  We also focus on:
         * The parts of the Mass
         * Lives and lessons of the saints
         * More ways to pray
         * A special focus on the Sacraments of Reconciliation and Eucharist



Grade 3:  The Kingdom of God and the Church

Third-grade students learn about the Catholic Church, the Holy Spirit and how He guides the church, and how Jesus continues His mission through the Catholic Church.
         * Basics of the Holy Trinity and all seven Sacraments.
         * Prayer and living as children of God
         * Jesus’ Parables of the Kingdom, and Mary as the Mother of the Church


Grade 4: Jesus teaches us how to live

The fourth-grade students will focus on the moral life, our loving response to God’s great gift to us, and students explore more deeply what it means to be created in the image and likeness of God.  In this year, we:
         * Explore conscience formation, the Ten Commandments, the Beatitudes, the 
             Golden Rule, and the Great Commandment
         * Emphasize the reality of sin and the necessity of virtue 


Grade 5: The Sacraments

Fifth-grade students will focus on an in-depth exploration of God’s grace in the Sacraments, with a focus on what a Sacrament is and why Jesus instituted them. Students explore what it means that God is the source of all life, learn more about Holy Mass and Holy Days of Obligation, and read and discuss longer biographies of the saints. 

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