Life Foundations

Catechesis of the Good Shepherd
The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd is a Montessori-based approach to the religious formation of children, rooted in Sacred Scripture, Liturgy, and respect for the child’s rich relationship with God. After an introduction by the catechist, the children are invited to work with the material on their own to continue their mediation.  Because children learn by using their hands, working with materials allows them to enter more deeply into meditation and nurturing their relationship with God. For more information, click HERE.

Little People Ministry
Little People Ministry is a Pre-Atrium ministry experience that will provide a praying, singing and learning environment about Jesus and his church. LPM will get children ready for the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (CGS) Ministry. This program is for children 12 months to 36 months and 2 year old children who will be in an environment where they can "pray not play," so that parents can fully participate in the Mass without interruptions. the Caribbean.  For more information, click HERE.

Middle School Youth Ministry
Middle School Youth Ministry is divided into three semesters: fall, spring, and summer.  Edge resources are published in a 6-semester format: Scripture, Creed, Church, Sacraments, Prayer, and Social Justice. During the three years that a middle school youth attends Edge Nights he/she will gain a great foundation of the faith.  For more information, click HERE.

High School Youth Ministry
Youth Life Nights are the catechetical component of the Life Teen program. Life Nights present the Catholic faith in a non-classroom format, making the faith relevant for teens today.   Life Teen offers a 4-year curriculum of Life Nights based on the USCCB’s highschool framework of catechesis. For more information, click HERE.

Quinceañera Celebration
The quinceañera is a traditional celebration of life and gratitude to God on the occasion of the fifteenth birthday of a young Hispanic woman. The ritual emphasizes her passage from childhood to adulthood. The family usually requests a Mass or a blessing to be held in the Church. The rite is frequently celebrated in several countries in the Americas, including Mexico, Central and South America and the Caribbean. It is frequently requested by Hispanic Catholics in the dioceses of the United States of America.  For more information, click HERE.