Religious Education

Religious Education for Children

Religious education is a process which provides formation, instruction, liturgical activities, and sacramental preparation for children in pre-school through eighth grade. A child needs to be in Religious Education in order to receive the Sacraments. These religious education sessions are usually held Wednesday evenings from 6:30-7:45 p.m. at the Lucienne House starting in September of each year and ending in May. Parishioners are always welcome to serve as catechists (teachers), which is a wonderful expression of passing on our faith and traditions to youth.
Contact: Rev. Patrick Wangai & Chemetha Baker - Email

St. Catherine-St. Lucy School

The mission of St. Catherine-St. Lucy School is to provide quality Christian education within a Catholic context for the students. Our educational program reflects our commitment to the spiritual, intellectual, social, and psychological needs of our students. Grade levels begin with three-year-olds and run through eighth grade.