Religious Education

Students serve 100 hours equally divided between direct service to Church, community, the Poor, and indirect work for Justice. They experience structured Theological Reflection throughout the years to review and synthesize their activities on behalf of others and to integrate their service into their lives with new meaning and commitment. Through cognitive and affective responses, students are invited to identify God's role in their lives of service and to nourish the seeds that will promote and advance the Kingdom of God on earth. They are awarded 1/4 credit for their Service Requirement.

Religious Education Department Faculty

Mr. Glen Griffin, Department Head
Mrs. Lorrie Haddox

Mr. David Dages
Mr. Kenneth McDonald
Mrs. Patricia Sestokas

Theology Curriculum

Catechism of The Catholic Church - Course of Its Preparation

See our course description book for complete course information

Related Clubs and Activities

Community Service
Eucharistic Minister
Kairos
Masses
Peer Ministry
Retreats
Right to Life
Social Justice
St. Brigid's Fire