Religious education

Welcome to the Mother Seton Parish Religious Education. The two primary ways in which we help Catholic families pass on the faith is our School of Religion and through the Regional Catholic School, Mary of Nazareth in Darnestown, Maryland.

Religious Education 2018-2019:
We, the staff and catechists of our School of Religion, look forward to a challenging but rewarding year, sharing our Catholic faith with the children of our parish.

Registration for the 2018-2019 School Year is CLOSED as of 10/5/18, 5PM.

-Program Handbook 2018-2019
-Information on the Pre Kinder Program
-Class Schedule 2018-2019
-Faith Formation Calendar 2018-2019
-Vacation Bible School Flyer

Adaptive Needs Faith Formation registration is also open. Please contact Mary Beth DeLuzio at coordinator@mothersetonparish.org or 301- 924-3838 ext. 234 for more information on how to register.

First Reconciliation and First Eucharist Parent Documents:
-First Penance and First Holy Communion Information
-First Reconciliation Booklet

First and Second Year Confirmation Documents:
Coming soon!

Religious Education Contacts:
Dominique Seraphin, Director of Faith Formation and Evangelization, 301-444-3495 email: dir-sor@mothersetonparish.org
Mary Beth DeLuzio, Coordinator of K-5 Faith Formation and Adaptive Needs, 301-924-3838 ext. 234  email: coordinator@mothersetonparish.org
Juliana Ordonez, Secretary of Faith Formation, 301-444-3496
email: reled@mothersetonparish.org
Candida Silva, Secretary of Faith Formation, 301-444-3496
email: sec-sor@mothersetonparish.org


Learn about the Faith as a Family
Mother Seton parish has a subscription to FORMED.ORG.  This is an excellent resource for education in the Catholic faith!  At this site, you will find streaming videos, movies, audio talks, and e-books all available.

Resources include the popular Catholicism Series videos by Bishop Robert Barron, and excellent movies on Catholic saints for family viewing!! To start, simply create a login credential (user name and password) using our parish code GVWPTX.


Our Mission
It is our hope that as the children come to know Christ, they will begin to appreciate more fully the Catholic Faith as well as develop an ongoing and lasting relationship with Christ.

We maintain that parents/guardians are their children's primary instructors of faith. We consider our role, working with your children, a true privilege.

Our goal is to allow the encounter with Christ to happen through an understanding of our Catholic Faith. Scripture and Doctrine provide the basis of our faith that is lived out through family participation in sacrament, liturgy, and apostolic action.

The following objectives will enable all of us to make our goal a reality:

-The School of Religion personnel are supporters and enablers to parents in their responsibility of being the primary eductors for their children.

-The School of Religion will strive to incorporate Gospel values in the daily lives of our children.

-The School of Religion will assist parents in the sacramental preparation of children.

First Reconciliation and First Eucharist:  Children are prepared by their parents and the Religious Education staff for the reception of the Sacraments of Reconciliation and First Eucharist. Preparation for the sacraments is a two-year program, beginning in first grade.

Confirmation:  Preparation for Confirmation is a two-year process beginning in the 7th grade.  Students are expected to complete Community Ministry Projects, attend a retreat each of the two years, while continuing their faith journey.

Introduction to Sacraments Class ("ITS"):  A make-up class put together for children in Grades 3 - 5 (ITS A) and Grades 6 - 10 (ITS B) who, for whatever reason, have not as yet received the sacraments of Baptism, Reconciliation and Eucharist by the third grade.


 

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Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation. But deliver us from evil. Amen.

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