Important Information


Course Schedule & Requirements

Requirements tracking sheet

Parent Letter handout


Mass Attendance:  You are expected to attend Mass on Sunday.  On Sunday evenings when class meets, bring a bulletin (signed by Fr. Joe, Fr. Walter, or Mrs. Young) to class with you.


Guidelines for Choosing a Sponsor


Missed Class Assignments:

If you miss a class, you must write
a one-page essay on one of these given topics

Confirmation 2019


​The 2019 Confirmation class began its preparation for the sacrament on Sunday November 18, 2018, at the 10:30 Mass, when students introduced themselves to the congregation and signed a book affirming their desire to be confirmed in the faith. Each of the students received a bible, which they will be using in their studies over the next year. The first meeting of the class was held that evening.


Classes are regularly held on Sunday evenings from 6:30 to 8:00 pm (with occasional exceptions). Attendance at class is mandatory, but missed classes may be made up by writing an essay on given topics (see below). In order to be presented for Confirmation, students will be expected to complete a set of requirements that include class attendance, community service, parish service, and socials. Please read the course requirements for further information.


Homework assignments and important notices will be sent by email and will be posted here.

To register for the Confirmation class, please download a registration form and send or bring it with the fee to the church office.

Confirmation has been scheduled for Sunday, November 24, 2019, at the 10:30 Mass!
     Rehearsals will be on November 10 and 17 at 7pm.

Homework Assignments


Lesson 1  due 12/2/18

Lesson 2  due 12/9/18

Lesson 3   due 1/6/19

Lesson 4   due 1/13/19

Lesson 5   due 1/27/19

Sacraments lesson

Lesson 6   due 3/3/19

Lesson 7   due 3/17/19

Lesson 8   due 3/31/19

Journal Essay 4/26/19: Dear Jesus, what does the Mass mean to me?

Journal Essay 5/5/19: Dear Jesus, what vocation do I feel called to? What does it mean to me?