Marina Maldonado, Religious Education Director
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION 2022-2023 REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED SINCE ALL CLASSES ARE CURRENTLY FILLED.
WE ARE CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR MORE RELIGIOUS EDUCATION TEACHERS TO SO WE CAN OPEN MORE CLASSROOM SLOTS FOR MORE STUDENTS. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN TEACHING A RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CLASS, PLEASE CALL MARINA MALDONADO, THE RELIGIOUS EDUCATION DIRECTOR, AT (415) 497-3171.
|1st Year (1st & 2nd Grade)|
|Tuesday||3:45-4:45||HF Classroom Bilingual|
|2nd Year (2nd & 3rd Grade)|
|Wednesday||5:00-6:15||HF Classroom Bilingual|
|6th Grade / Confirmation 1|
(No Picture Available)
|Monday||6:30-7:30||HF Classroom 1|
|7th Grade / Confirmation 1|
|7th Grade / Confirmation 2|
|8th– 12th Grade / Confirmation 1|
Deacon Mike Simmons
|8th-12th Grade HS / Confirmation 2|
|10th-12th HS / Confirmation 2|
|Monday||6:30-8:00||HF Classroom 2|
RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults)
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA), or Ordo Initiationis Christianae Adultorum is a process developed by the Catholic Church for prospective converts to Catholicism who are above the age of infant baptism. Candidates are gradually introduced to aspects of Catholic beliefs and practices.
The process of entering the Church (through RCIA) is designed as a multi-year process, but is often run as a roughly 8 month course, starting in late August or Early September and ending at the Vigil service on Easter.
Toward the end of the period, the Church continues the custom of “handing over” to the Elect the Creed (the summary of our faith) and the Lord’s Prayer (which represents its practice of continuing prayer after the command of Jesus who taught us to pray).