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Classes will meet the following dates between the 8:30am and 11am Masses (approximately 9:30am - 10:50am):

Classes will resume in the Fall 2107.



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From Kindergarten through 8th grade we encourage all children to know and understand the following for their grade level as well as the previous grades' material.

Classes meet between masses on Sundays from about 9:30am to 10:45am


Level One (Pre-K & Kg) 

Rms 1 & 2

Catechists: Margaret Olvera & Ruth Adam

Ass't Catechists: Katherine Scheibert & Emma Scheibert  

  • Sign of the Cross
  • Lord’s Prayer
  • Hail Mary
  • Glory Be to the Father (Doxology)

Level Two (1st & 2nd Grade)

Room 5/6
Catechist: 1st Gr: Katy Becker
Catechist: 2nd Gr: Laura Scheibert 
  • Grace before Meals
  • Act of Contrition
  • Rite of Penance
  • Order of the Mass
  • The Seven Sacraments
  • The Gifts of the Holy Spirit

Grade 3

Room 4

Catechist: Carolyn Krotzer

  • Apostles Creed
  • Hail, Holy Queen
  • How to Pray the Rosary
  • Confiteor

Grades 4 & 5

Room 7
Catechist: Kelly Warner
  • Precepts of the Church
  • Joyful Mysteries
  • Memorare

Grades 6, 7 & 8

Conference Room

Catechist: Harry Renko

  • Prayer of St. Francis
  • Luminous Mysteries     
  • Nicene Creed
  • Sorrowful Mysteries
  • Corporal Works of Mercy
  • Spiritual Works of Mercy
  • Psalm 23
  • Holy Days of Obligation
  • Glorious Mysteries
  • Cardinal Virtues
  • Capital Sins
Catechesis of the Good Shepherd is a Montessori approach to the religious formation of our children in   younger grades. The program is rooted in Sacred Scripture, Liturgy, and respect for the child’s rich relationship with God.
Central to the catechesis is the Atrium, a room containing beautiful materials that focus the child's attention on key scripture passages or liturgical moments.
After an introduction by the catechist, the children are invited to work with material on their own to continue their meditation.
 
You may be wondering how these materials help the religious life of children: if an adult hears a beautiful passage from the Bible, the adult might take a Bible, find the passage, and read it slowly again and again. He or she may think deeply about the words and perhaps speak to God in a thankful or hopeful prayer. But a little child, too young to read, needs another way. CGS provides that alternative.