St. Patrick Parish School of Religion (PSR) provides religious instruction and formation in the Catholic faith tradition to students of St. Patrick Parish attending public and non-Catholic private schools in grades first through eighth.
PSR ENROLLMENT IS NOW OPEN!
Please register before June 1, 2021, to ensure that we have enough books and that there is class availability.
We will be offering the early session (5:00-6:15 PM) and the late session (6:45-8:00 PM) on Wednesdays for the 2021-2022 school year. We will continue to monitor the state and CDC guidelines throughout the summer as we re-evaluate what precautions we put in place for the 2020-2021 school year. We will share our updated guidelines with you this summer.
Go to https://stpatrick.psrenroll.com/ and create a family portal. You will be able to register for classes during this process. In the future, you will be able to log in and update your information and register for upcoming school years without filling out another form! Note: If you are eligible for the multiple student discount, you need to register ALL students at once or the website will not recognize them as siblings.
7th grade will be participating in a 2-year preparation process for the sacrament of Confirmation. However, the $50 Confirmation fee is only applicable to 8th-grade students as it goes towards offsetting field trip and retreat costs.
Classes are offered September-May on Wednesday evenings from Session 1 5:00-6:15 PM and Session 2 6:45-8:00 PM.
PSR Calendar 2021-22 - revised 09-27-21
Family Handbook 2021-22
Covid-19 Directives included in the handbook
Sacramental Information - Sacramental preparation for First Reconciliation, First Eucharist, and Confirmation is provided in conjunction with the regular Parish School of Religion classes. Check "PSR Calendar" for dates and times.
The primary goal of PSR is to help families develop a relationship with God that will support, sustain, challenge, and nourish them throughout their entire lives. The program consists of weekly class sessions, seasonal celebrations, liturgies, family gatherings, and service activities. Regular attendance and parent/guardian participation are integral to the success of the program.
Classroom catechesis and prayerful experiences serve to strengthen children's faith and give it direction, fostering growth through the various stages of faith to Christian maturity.
The process of formation is the responsibility of everyone in our parish: priests, staff, parishioners, godparents, volunteer catechists, and especially parents, sharing our faith by questioning, answering, and telling our stories. It is a gradual process over the years of a child's maturing toward an adult Catholic understanding.