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“Wisdom leads us back to childhood.”

Blaise Pascal

Religious Education

Our job is to help kids share the life of God. From Pre-K to 12th grade, our dedicated volunteers help parents form their children through teaching, play, prayer, and love. As children grow through the program they will have the opportunity to receive the sacraments (see below), learn the Bible, the history of the church, how to pray, and how to live a rich, holy, joyful life.

Religious Education occurs each Sunday from 10:30-11:45 at Hobert Hall, between Labor Day and the 1st Sunday of May.

Register and find our calendar for the year below.

Sacramental Preparation

The life of God comes to his people through the sacramental gifts he has given his church. As our kids work through Religious Education they will be learning about, and preparing to receive, First Penance, First Holy Communion, and Confirmation. Those children who have not yet been baptized have the opportunity to take separate preparation classes.

For more information about the Sacraments, click below.

Child Safety

Protecting our children is our top priority and a sacred task. All of our employees and volunteers who work with children are required to receive a background check, an extensive training course, and yearly re-training. Hobert Hall, where classes are taught, was designed with safety in mind, with a single entrance and multiple exits. To read more about how our Diocese (the Arlington Diocese) is caring for child safety, click below.