Welcome!

CLASSES ARE IN SESSION SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10. BE SAFE!

Welcome to our 2017-18 Religious Ed year! If you are not registered in our program, please contact the office ASAP — do not simply send in the form, as many classes/sessions are filled. However, you may print a registration form and instruction sheet from here, and bring it with you to the office:

The theme of the 2017-18 catechetical year is Living as Missionary Disciples — read Cardinal Tobin’s letter outlining this awesome mission of ours:



We recognize that parents have the sacred privilege and responsibility to be their child’s primary educators in the faith — we are here to walk with you on that journey. Our Religious Ed staff, catechists and program volunteers are committed to catechizing our parish youth about our rich Catholic faith, preparing them for their sacraments and helping to lead them to become disciples of Christ in today’s world. We offer:

  • weekly classes (and homeschool options) for PK4 through high school
  • monthly Family Faith Sundays for Grades 1-7 — 9am in the Lower Church on the third Sunday of the month
  • Sacrament prep for Penance, Eucharist & Confirmation
  • RCIA Adapted for Children (preparation for Baptism, Eucharist & Confirmation) 
  • classes and accommodations  for children with special needs, as well as a monthly post-Confirmation Youth Group
  • penance services, Masses & special classes throughout the year216268_100581646697216_3028562_n
  • opportunities for young people to serve in our program
  • resources to borrow & return 

Office Hours THROUGH MEMORIAL DAY: 

  • Sun: 8am – 12 noon 
  • Mon-Fri: 9am – 3:30pm
  • Tues: 6:30 – 7:30pm

If we need to cancel classes or activities due to snow or an emergency, we will post here and on our Facebook snow daypage, leave a voicemail at 201-384-3601, send out an email and send out a CALLING POST voicemail. There will be NO CLASS when Bergenfield public schools close or dismiss early due to weather/emergency, when the governor declares a State of Emergency, or when Bergenfield’s mayor advises that people stay off the roads.

 

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