Sacraments/Faith Formation

We are grateful to parents for entrusting their children to our care and take seriously our shared responsibility for the faith formation of their children, our students.  Our faith formation program gives students an opportunity to deepen their faith and grow in an understanding our Our Lord and the mission of the Church to become faith-filled children of God.  Our Catholic identity is evident in all activities at St. Paul Catholic School beginning each day attending morning Mass.  

Faculty and staff promote a living faith through example of respect for the dignity of each person, and students are reminded daily to walk with Christ in and out of the school building.

Religion classes use the Catechism of the Catholic Church as an essential reference to present the truths of our Catholic faith in which students learn and reflect on the teachings of the Church and how best to live their faith each day.  Second and eighth grades are extraordinary years for our students with the reception of First Holy Communion and First Reconciliation in second grade, and Confirmation in eighth grade.  Students in all grades learn the Liturgical Seasons and have an in-depth study of all the Sacraments as well as the lives of the Saints.