The Word with Friends meets every Wednesday 7:00-9:00pm in Room 202 upstairs in the Education Building! Open to ALL Middle School Students. Drop in any Wednesday and bring a friend! Sunday Classes will begin August 26th with a Cookout and Parents are invited. More coming soon ...
Please see the bulletin for specific needs or Click Here to see how you can volunteer! Faith Formation 2018-19 Programs will be starting at the end of August. We are looking for a few more volunteers to help fill our needs. Is God calling you? Teens to Adults can volunteer to help. Classes are team taught and Lessons plans are provided. Thank you for your prayerful consideration!
July 17, 2018 To read the Full Article go to: http://thewandererpress.com/catholic/news/frontpage/counteracting-the-protestant-formation-of-our-catholic-youth/ (Editor’s Note: Dr. Hippler is chairman of the religion department and teaches religion in the Upper School at Providence Academy, Plymouth, Minn.) + + + Anyone involved in catechizing the young in our schools and parishes on the sacraments must always remind themselves that they are not writing upon blank slates — the
Adopt-a-Cop News DID YOU KNOW….? Our police officers do more than just protect us every day. They are actively involved in community support through many activities in our neighborhoods. One program is the Cobb Police Athletic League (PAL), which is a charitable non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of young people ages 4-15. Cobb PAL focuses on juvenile crime prevention through athletic and recreational activities fo
Matt Archbold / July 10, 2018Commentary A few years ago, my nephew was playing a video game which had Gregorian chant playing as its soundtrack. I asked him about the music, and he said he didn’t know what it was, but it was “really cool.” I couldn’t help but notice the irony. For years, we’ve been told by a certain aging demographic that we must get rid of everything in the Church like rosaries and old-timey music because it isn’t cool. Because, as you know, “cool” outweighs