Holy Week 2021

PALM SUNDAY OF THE PASSION OF THE LORD “Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord! Blessed is the kingdom of our father David that is to come! Hosanna in the highest!” (MK 11:10) The Catholic Church ceremonially recalls Jesus’ entrance into Jerusalem in order that he might complete his Paschal …

Easter Break Updates

Zoom Classes will not be held for the next two weeks (Wed, March 31st and April 7th). We will return for our final 5 Zoom classes from April 14th through May 12th. Though I can now confirm that the remainder of this catechetical year will remain virtual, I am very happy to announce that we …

Recordings Pages Updated

Apologies for the delay! The Class Recordings Pages have all been updated through this week’s class, January 13th. As a reminder, due to the widespread AT&T outage that affected several of our students and catechists, some of this week’s classes may have been impacted. Thank you for your patience and we look forward to seeing …

Advent Family Rosary

If there’s something that we’ve really missed in this year of Virtual learning, it’s the sense of togetherness and community we experienced each week during our large group assemblies or while everyone was here on campus for classes. Though that’s difficult to replace no matter how easy or advanced technology may get, we can still …

Journey On!

We’ve hit that time of the year where it is easy to get overwhelmed with everything that’s going on, and frustrations with the virtual learning environment can easily mount. I ask for your continued patience and cooperation as we journey together. Many of our catechists are NOT professional teachers and they have stepped forward this …

FlipGrid Response Activities Discontinued

After careful consideration, I am discontinuing the FlipGrid response activities. The weekly general catechesis videos will continue to be posted here on the RE website for you to watch at your convenience, but the FlipGrid responses segment will no longer be required. The platform was not working in the way we intended for it to …