St. Patrick's Religious Formation

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WINTER RECESS February 14, 2018

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There will be no Religious Education classes for ALL LEVELS from

Sunday February 18th – Sunday February 25th .

All classes will resume on Monday February 26th.


CONFIRMATION 2018 January 11, 2018

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We are happy to inform you that our Confirmation Date has been scheduled for

Thursday, April 26, 2018.

Retreat Dates, Rehearsal date and time and more pertinent information will be announced at a future time.


Level 2 First Holy Communion Meeting January 3, 2018

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There is a mandatory First Holy Communion Meeting the week of January 8, 2018 during your child’s class time.

Important information will be distributed at that time.

Please let the office know if you are unable to attend during your child’s class by calling 631-724-7454.


Phone Lines are Down – there is class Monday, December 18th. December 18, 2017

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We would like to inform you that our phone system is down.

The repair service has been called in and we hope that telephonethe situation would be rectified shortly.

Thank you for your patience.

Merry Christmas to you all!


Winter Class Schedule December 7, 2017

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Please note that our first half of our program is coming to a close. We will break for the Christmas season and be back in the New Year.

Following is the list of the last days for classes:

Tuesday sessions – December 12th.

Wednesday sessions – December 13th.

Saturday sessions – December 16th

Sunday sessions – December 17th

Monday sessions – all levels – December 18th.

We will resume class on Tuesday, January 2, 2018.





Advent Season – A Time to Prepare

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We entered into the secong week of Advent and this week we focus on Faith. Read more about the season and what it stand for here. 



No Classes Wednesday or Saturday!!Happy Thanksgiving!! November 20, 2017

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Communion Selections October 21, 2017

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Attention Parents/Guardians of Level 2 First Holy Communion Students:

The letter informing you of the dates and times available for Communion ceremonies have been mailed out!

Enclosed in the mailing is a response form and a self addressed stamped envelope.

If you need another copy of the form, please click on the link below to download and print another copy.

Eucharist request letter mailed to parents

Eucharist Response Form


What’s Happening – Week of October 16, 2017 October 18, 2017

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Level 2 Parent Orientation meeting regarding Reconciliation is taking place during your child’s class time. If you cannot make it at that time, feel free to attend at another time. Options can be found in the Class Schedule tab above.

Level 7 Sponsor Meeting will be held on Saturday, October 21st at 9:00 am in our Large Meeting Room. The LMR is located in our parish center – where our office is also located. We are the building directly behind the school by the ball fields.

If you cannot attend this meeting, there are two other dates being offered – Wednesday, October 25th at 7:30 pm and Saturday, October 28th at 9 am – both in the LMR.

Levels 7 and 8 began this week.


Gospel Reflection Cards – Family Question October 2, 2017

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1. Where do I find the Family Question that needs to be answered?

You will find the question in the Sunday Bulletin. It will be in the Section “Reflections on the Sunday Scriptures”. The date will be for the following Sunday. Read the excerpt and look over the questions. We ask your child to answer the Children and Family Reflection question – NOT the ones numbers 1, 2 or 3.

2. I didn’t go to church. Where can I get a copy of the bulletin?

There may be copies left in the church building throughout the week; however, our bulletin is accessible online at Once you are on the parish website, click on the link BULLETIN (in the purple heading of the page). Look to the right of the page and you will see Bulletin Downloads (PDF). Click on the bulletin for the week you missed.

3. How does my child hand in their cards?

Please hand your cards in at a Sunday Liturgy. We recommend the Saturday afternoon liturgy at 5:00 pm because it is geared towards the children. However, whichever liturgy you attend, you may place the card in the collection basket as it is passed around.

4. Does my child have to hand in a card every week?

Yes, Your child is expected to hand in a card every week. The Gospel reflection is a nice way to bring the family together in conversation. It also helps us to see how the gospel reflects our lives today.

5. What happens if I miss going to mass one week?

If you miss church one week, your child can hand in their card the following week during that mass’s collection.

Please keep in mind, in order for your child’s response to be eligible for publication in the bulletin, it needs to correlate to the proper gospel for that week. For example: gospel reflection dated October 1, 2017 would be in the September 25, 2017 bulletin. That question and it’s response should be placed in the collection basket the weekend of October 1, 2017 in order to be eligible for the publication on October 8, 2017.

6. Could my child hand in their card to their teacher?

No, the only method of receipt for the gospel cards are through the collection basket during mass time. If you miss a week or two, your child may submit all cards upon their return to mass.

7. My child is a student in St. Patrick’s school but we belong to a different parish. How should he/she submit their cards?

We strongly suggest you attend some masses at St. Patrick’s parish as opposed to your home parish. It would be wonderful for your child to get to know the parish priests and become familiar with their style before making Communion in the Spring.