Religious Education

Home is Holy: Spiritual Works of Mercy

Pope Francis has declared this a Jubilee Year of Mercy. This is a good time to review what it means to be merciful in our families and community. One way to show mercy is by practicing the Spiritual Works of Mercy. The Spiritual Works of Mercy are an example of how God loves us. Through them, God prompts us to care for and encourage one another in our daily lives. Our families are yearning for us to show them that God’s love is immediate. Jesus showed us that we may be present and do the Father’s Will by serving each other in truth and kindness. The Spiritual Works of Mercy give us clues to how we can easily do this each day!

Religious Education Calendar

Wondering if Religious Education classes meet this week? See printable calendar below: 

CALENDAR For RE 2016-2017 (388.3 KiB)

Religious Education Registration

Registration forms for 2016-2017 are now available on SchoolSpeak. With SchoolSpeak, you can also pay for your children’s Religious Education fees using your credit card, debit card, or PayPal. Early registration helps us plan for the fall, so take a few minutes and register today! Families with children who attended Religious Education in 2015-2016 were sent the link to on-line registration. If you need your login and password, just ask and we will resend it. New families, go to www.tinyurl.com/SJFSchoolSpeakNew and click on “New User” to get started!

Margaret Johnson
Director of Religious Education
mjohnson@sjf.org 

St. John Fisher has comprehensive programs which are open to students from Preschool age through Grade 8. For First Communion preparation, please click here.

 


Contact Margaret Johnson, Director of Religious Education
310-377-4573 x136 or mjohnson@sjf.org

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