Religious Education – Adult

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2019-2020 Adult Education Opportunities

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Contact Carol Mercord for more information or to register (715-262-3514).  

August 21, 2019 - ALL Teachers K 12-- 5pm supper for ALL teachers grades K-12 (Grades K -12  followed by  5:30p Safe Environment, plans, books. 6:15 p speaker Barbara Ceranski. Finished by or before 7p.

September 25, 2019 - Second grade parent meeting. Kathryn Lien will present a foundation for  parents preparing their second graders for Reconciliation. 6:30p in the gym. Folders with home study books and schedule for Reconciliation will be given out.

October 5, 2019 - NET LIFELINE MASS/RETREAT grade 9 and parents, bus/supper/stipend/West St Paul, Net Center.

October 30, 2019 - Confirmation Retreat grade 11 and parents in preparation for Confirmation, Michael Strande, “Symbols and Rituals” of our Faith. 6:15p.

January 8 & 15, 2020 - Pro life presentation parents and students. 6:30p,  TLC Center/Pregnancy Helpline, Hastings, Andrea Kullman, speaker.

January 22, 2020 - Michael Stande, Dir. Of Liturgy & Faith Formation at Guardian Angels in Oakdale presents, “Source & Summit”.Study of the Eucharist in preparation for First Communion. Parents only at 6:30p in the gym. Home study books and folder of schedule of events will be given out.

January 29, 2020 - Mons. Fr. Mark Pierce will present “ Luke”, The Journey (Jesus, Christian Living, Prophecy, Joy , Salvation, Mercy , Forgiveness) 5pm supper, 5:30p presentation.  Three hours scripture credit for those who want certification. Everyone is welcome ($10 registration for out of parish).

February 19, 2020 - Alice Heinzen presents “Faith and Reason”, introducing 9th grade parents and students to Confirmation study. Held at 6:30p in the gym. Folders with Confirmation sign up will be given out to each family.

All are welcome to join our Scripture Study group at any time!  

Leader:  Jan Husby
Dates:  Generally two Thursdays a month
Time:   Following 8:15 a.m. Mass
Location:   Hosted by some members at their homes
Theme:   Discuss the readings for the upcoming Sunday

Find out the next meeting date and location by checking the bulletin board in the church entrance or by contacting the Parish Office, 262-5310.


We welcome all who are interested in finding out more and possibly joining the Catholic faith to come to an RCIA meeting.  RCIA (the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) is the Church's formal process of welcoming new members.

Who is RCIA for?

  • Baptized Christians from other traditions who want to become Catholic
  • Unbaptized adults who wish to join the Church
  • Baptized Catholic adults in need of First Communion and/or Confirmation
  • Catholics interested in learning more about the Faith

Contact:  Parish Office, 262-5310