Religious Formation

Rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Holy Angels Parish School is committed to spiritual formation, which nurtures the Catholic faith and inspires its practices.

 

Mass is attended by 1st through 8th grades each Friday morning at 8:15 a.m., allowing the children the opportunity to sing, pray, and celebrate the Eucharist with their fellow classmates and teachers. Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend our weekly Masses. At various times throughout the year, each class has the opportunity to plan a liturgy and take part in it by leading the Mass in song, scripture, and prayer. This is a special time for the children and their teacher.

 

Prayer receives major emphasis at Holy Angels Parish School. Pupils pray together in the classroom at the beginning of both the morning and afternoon sessions, at the end of the day, and before the noon meal. A portion of the rosary is recited each day and special prayer services are also held from time to time in classrooms. A different child leads morning prayer over the public address system each day. Prayer is offered for the concerns of the community, the nation, and the world, as well as the personal needs and intentions of individuals and families.

 

The second grade year is spent preparing the children to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation and the Sacrament of Holy Eucharist. Parents are kept informed during the preparation of the children. Following First Reconciliation in January, the second graders receive the Sacrament of Holy Eucharist in late April/early May.

 

The eighth graders prepare for the Sacrament of Confirmation, which is usually received in February of the eighth grade year.

 

Holy Angels students engage in numerous Christian service projects, ranging from collecting food for the parish's food pantry, to supporting Catholic missions throughout the world.

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