Grade 1-5 Saint Theresa Religious Education


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Note - Students who are registered after September 13 will be subject to a $20.00 per student late fee, will no longer be able to register electronically and will not be able to pay with PayPal. Students are not considered registered until they are paid in full. 

This year registration will be available online only.  You will be able to register and pay with a credit card/debit card through the church PayPal account by simply clicking on the Register Now link which will bring you to the registration page.  Please note that you do not need your own PayPal account to register.  You may also send a check to the Parish.  There is an additional administrative fee for paying by PayPal, please check off the correct box.

If your child is in Second Grade please check off the additional Sacramental fee.

Also, included on the form are volunteer opportunities. Please check off those that you are available for.  All parents are expected to volunteer in some way.

There will be a meeting for parents of children enrolled in the Second Grade program on Tuesday, September 24 at 7:00 pm at St. Theresa's. This meeting is for parents only; at least one parent from each family is required to attend.



TRIDUUM - Religious Education MPB and STP grades 1-5

In class on April 1 and April 2nd, the fifth graders in our Religious Education programs led grades 1-4 on a thoughtful journey through Holy Week and the Triduum, when we celebrate the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. The children were guided through the events of Palm Sunday, when Jesus enters Jerusalem welcomed as king, through the sacred three days, beginning with the Last Supper on Holy Thursday, continuing on Good Friday by walking the Stations of the Cross, and culminating in the empty tomb with Jesus’ Resurrection on Easter. The fifth graders did a beautiful job communicating and sharing the importance of the Triduum with the younger students. The younger children eagerly participated with awe and respect for what was taking place.