Celebrating Our Catholic Faith
Elementary and Middle School Students meet on Wednesdays, 6pm – 7pm at the Church of St. Dominic for interactive learning and living the Christian Catholic Faith, based on the Bible and the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
Listed below are the curriculums used for Preschool – Grade 8 Students
Preschool, Kindergarten and First Grade: Students participate in a 3 year learning cycle of Scripture and prayer. They experience interactive bible stories, practice their prayers, create faith art and play games. Textbooks: OSV Catholic Prayer Book for Children, ZonderKids Beginner’s Bible, and Super Duper Activity Book.
Sacramental Preparation: Second Grade Students and older: Students participate in active learning on Wednesdays as well as a few weekend family days to prepare for Reconciliation and First Holy Eucharist. Textbooks for study of the sacraments: Dynamic Catholic Blessed!
Third, Fourth, and Fifth Grade: Students learn how to read the bible, study salvation history, memorize scripture passages, deepen their understanding of the Mass, and receive training as an altar server. Textbook: Bible and St. Mary’s Press Discovery! curriculum
Middle School Grades 6-7-8: Interactive instruction, discussion, service projects and social activities based on a three year learning cycle of Scripture, The Mass & the Sacraments, and the lives of the Saints. Instruction & Activities Program: LifeTeen Edge
First Reconciliation and First Holy Communion
St. Dominic Faith Formation Program and St. Dominic School children in Grade 2 (and/or older) prepare to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation and Holy Eucharist. Students must present their newly issued Baptismal certificate at registration.
Classes begin in September; the last day to enroll for 2022-23 school year is September 7, 2022.
Registration Form–Link coming soon!
Calendar 2022-2023–Linking coming soon!
Mark your calendars for
Mara Mangan, Director of Faith Formation, (507) 645-8816 ext. 205 or e-mail