Registration for Religious Education Classes for the 2022-2023 catechetical year will take place beginning in August. We offer continuing faith formation classes along with sacramental formation and preparation. (Children can begin attending faith formation classes as early as first grade.)

Registration forms can be downloaded from the "Registration Packet" page under the drop-down menu of the "REGISTRATION" tab above.

In the packet, you will find complete information regarding registration, including the registration forms, the process for registration, the classes being offered on each specific day, the documents that need to be included when submitting the registration, and the associated fees.

The Religious Education Office will be open for registration during the following days and times:

There are two options to submit the registration:

  1. In-person at the Religious Education Office

      • All registration items and documents, completed and filled-out, need to be brought in-person to the Religious Education Office during any of the above days and times.

      • A parent must be present in the office when submitting the registration forms. Registration forms will NOT be processed through third parties (i.e. grandparents, relatives, etc.). They also may not be left in the Parish Office.

  1. Via email

      • All necessary documents and items, including the parent's photo I.D., need to be scanned to a PDF file and sent by the parent via email to

      • Depending on the volume of in-person registration, registrations submitted via email may take several days to be processed.

      • Registrations via email will be accepted ONLY from August 6th to August 24th.

Please refer to the “INSTRUCTIONS FOR RELIGIOUS EDUCATION REGISTRATION” information sheet, found in the Registration Packet, for detailed information on completing and submitting your child’s registration for Religious Education classes for the 2022-2023 Catechetical year.

Religious Education classes will be held in-person at the parish at the start of the Catechetical year in September, following the guidelines of the Archdiocese of Miami. There will be no virtual/online option.

"Parents are the most influential agents of catechesis for their children. They have a unique responsibility for the education of their children; they are the first educators, or catechists. They catechize primarily by the witness of their Christian lives and by their love for the faith."

--National Directory for Catechesis, 54C