Religious Education St Paul

 St. Paul Religious Education Website

Mission Statement

We are committed to make disciples by teaching children and youth to observe all that Jesus Christ’s commanded. We impart sound doctrinal instruction, rigorous religious and moral formation, as well as opportunities of uplifting sacramental life and community service so that children and teenagers may perfect their full human potential and draw closer to God.

Important Resource Links for Families


Supplemental Materials to educate on virtues: 

The Jesse Box: A new interactive resource through grade 5: video explanation




Teaching with the Catechism of the Catholic Church.


Class Schedule


Pre-S3, Pre-S4, & K

Grades 1, 3, & 5

Grades 2 & 4

Grade 6

SUN 8:45-9:45am SUN 8:45-9:45am
or WED 4-5pm
SUN 8:45-9:45am
or MON 4-5pm
SUN 8:45-9:45am
or WED 3:30-5pm (2X/month)

Grades 3, 4, 5

Grades 7 & 8

Grades 9 & 10

  THU 4-5pm* SUN 10:15-11:20am or MON 6:30-7:30pm SUN 10:15-11:20am

See individual calendars for extended time sessions.
* Classes on Thursday will be scheduled depending on demand and teachers availability. Final decision will be made on 8/31.


Pre-School - Gr. 8 Registration 2018-2019

Gr. 9-10 (Confirmation) Registration 2018-2019

Financial Contribution 2018-2019

Class Schedule 2018-2019

General Information


The Office of Religious Education implements the catechetical mission of the Saint Paul parish community. In close cooperation with the Saint Paul parish community, youth ministry, and families, we seek to provide solid instruction in religious and moral values. We foster an environment where faith is nourished and practiced in the events and activities of people’s daily lives. More than five-hundred young Catholics benefit from our services and engage in building a community where people love God and each other.


Our goal is to help children and teens to develop and grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ and with others. We journey with them as they begin to understand and appreciate faith in their personal lives. At the end of the program, provided that they fulfill the requirements and expectations, specified by the Religious Education Office, and are supported by their families, children and teens will:

1. know and the be able to articulate their faith fundamental teachings of the Catholic Church
2. appreciate the Sacramental life by going to Sunday Mass and to confession frequently
3. recognize prayer as the source of strength in everything they do
4. understand that their actions, no matter how small or insignificant, affect others
5. identify their talents and the ways to help people in need.



Members of the Saint Paul Religious Education program are expected to make a personal commitment to learn about, love, and follow Jesus Christ. Also, students and their families must:

  1. Attend weekly catechetical sessions and Sunday Mass
  2. Participate actively in grade-level Eucharistic Liturgies and Confessions (see dates and other details below)
  3. Participate at community service activities, prayer service, and other events scheduled by the Office of Religious Education



We use textbooks from the Faith and Life series, grades one through eight. This series bases its instruction on Sacred Scripture and the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Its focus is salvation history. It addresses creation of the human person, the fall of Adam and Eve, and God’s promise of Salvation, and, therefore, the coming of Jesus Christ to show the way to God. Visit for more information about the textbooks we use.

The Students Books remain in the Office for teachers' and students' use. Students in grades 1-8 receive an Activity Book to take home and bring it to class every week.


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