Religious Education

Dear Parents:
During this time of no face to face religious education, I will be sending you
resources for things you can do with your children at home as a family.
Diocese of Davenport Iowa website
Office of Faith Formation and click on Faith Formation
There are many resources listed there for your use as a family.
On the Diocesan website I would suggest you look at “The Religion Teacher” by
Jared Dees. He has a Lenten section called “Take Up Your Cross” that would be
very good for right now. He also has Bible stories, the Sunday Gospels, and Saint
information on his website.
Loyola Press also has a site called “Family, Fun, and Faith” which offers some
free activities.
Our parish also subscribes to “”
Parish Access Code: RAXJWJ
This website has many resources of books and movies available for use.
There are children’s videos there on several topics.
Let us continue to pray for each other and all of those affected by this virus.
Stay Safe!
Sister Peggy


The 8th grade confirmation class will meet online at 7pm Wenesdays using zoom. All youth are invited to join us but we ask the 8th grade CCD youth preparing for confirmation to attend and complete the assignments posted. This weeks assignment is to email me ([email protected]) a 500 word essay on the Catechism of the Catholic Church and how it can be used for evangelization (help others come to know Christ and the fullness of truth). Tune in every Wednesday for youth formation 7:00 PM every week on Wednesday! Join our Zoom Meeting: Meeting ID: 349 886 052 Find your local number: Video uploads of the class can be found on our youtube channel below. Support our channel by subscribing for free to our youtube channel! Just click the youtube video link below and the subscribe button in the lower right hand corner! Continue to email me your faith-based questions and the topics you would like to grow in knowledge for better evangelization! 
In the love of Jesus and Mary,
More free online resources for the essays include Catholic Bible, Catechism of the Catholic Church
The 'domestic church', family, is the first teacher of our children to a relationship with God and understanding their Catholic faith.  Religious Education continues that teaching in a classroom setting.  Children, First - Eighth graders, are taught what it means to be Catholic Christians, our traditions, teachings, and beliefs.  The children are prepared for the Sacraments of Reconciliation, First Holy Communion, and Confirmation.  Classes are held throughout the school year and meet at McAleer Hall on Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m.  For more information, or to register your child(ren), please call Sister Peggy, 372-2127.