Religious Ed & Youth

Retreats & Holy Week

Please join our Confirmation Class for Live Stations this Friday, April 7, at 6 pm.

The First Communion Retreat is this Sunday, April 9th, from 9:15-lunch. A parent must be present.

Youth Group will not meet during Holy Week, Wednesday, April 12.

All youth are invited to attend the Night to Remember lock-in Friday, April 14th following the Good Friday evening service and ending with breakfast on Saturday.

The First Communion Mass is Sunday, April 30 at 2:00 pm with reception to follow.

The Confirmation Mass is Wednesday, May 3rd at 6:00 pm.  A small reception will follow.

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