SSCM RE Staff

3/21/2021 RE Bulletin

Dear Religious Education Families, Praying the Stations of the Cross—alone or with a group—is a Lenten tradition. Read and pray these stations very slowly. Imagine the scene in Jerusalem as Jesus walked his Way of the Cross. Often, the Stations of the Cross is an action prayer. Catholics walk to the fourteen stations of the …

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3/14/2021 RE Bulletin

Dear Religious Education Families, Lent invites us to “return to the Lord” with our “whole Heart” As we continue our 4o day Lenten journey we encourage you to spend some quiet time with God and put our faith into practice. During this special time if we can suggest some areas of focus to help each …

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3/7/2021 RE Bulletin

Dear Religious Education Students, As we entered the 3rd Sunday of Lent we would like to share with you a Lenten Reflection written by Deacon – Neil Rogers. May his spiritual guidance enlighten us to find the true meaning of our 40-day journey. How is my Lent going so far?  This is a wonderful question …

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2/28/2021 RE Bulletin

We would like to thank Father Koys for leading the First Reconciliation Retreat for our 2nd grade religious education students. Thank you to all of our RE 2nd grade parents for allowing your children to spend the time with us. We were overjoyed to see all of them and hope that they enjoyed learning a …

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2/14/2021 RE Bulletin

From the Desk of our 3rd Grade Catechists / English Program Jordan Donelson & Dotti Gottardo This Religious Education school year seems to be flying by and the 3rd graders are doing a great job with the new way of learning about their faith through online lessons. The students complete weekly lessons on a website …

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2/7/2021 RE Bulletin

A heartfelt thank you to all of our catechists for a successful end to our first ever “virtual” First Semester. This year has been a learning curve for everyone and wouldn’t be possible without the dedication, faith, and caring of our amazing catechists. On behalf of all of the SSCM Parish Staff we are so …

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