Events

Confirmation & Sacraments

“…catechesis for Confirmation should strive to awaken a sense of belonging to the Church of Jesus Christ, the universal Church as well as the parish community.”
Catechism of the Catholic Church 1309

Students will come to understand 'why believe in God, why follow Jesus Christ and why be Catholic' before receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation. Students must have been Baptized and received first Communion before being Confirmed.

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Middle School

Available to all Middle School (Grades 7-8) students. Large group and small groups to deepen your relationship with Jesus Christ and the Catholic Faith through talks, mentoring relationships, and friendships.

Sundays 6:30-7:45p in the Parish Hall!

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Email with any questions!

High School

Available to all High School (Grades 9-12) students. Large group and small groups to deepen your relationship with Jesus Christ and the Catholic Faith through talks, mentoring relationships, and friendships.

  • Sunday evenings 6:30-8PM: PCC Auditorium (in person) observing social distancing protocols. Breakout sessions on a variety of topics.

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Email with any questions!

Retreats

Countless lives have been changed by retreats. Give God a weekend, and He can change your whole life! Join in the Fall or in the Spring!

WE'RE HERE TO HELP

We recognize that not everyone's faith journey looks the same. So, whatever the situation, we are here to assist each family on their unique journey. If you have questions or concerns about the process, just let us know.

Dawn Johnston

Secretary - Religious Education

office: 817.623.2409 ext. 500

Discipleship Groups

Christians were not meant to follow Jesus alone. We thrive when we share life together in small communities where we can grow in holiness and joy.

"If you do not fear falling alone, do you presume that you will rise up alone? Consider how much more can be accomplished by two together than by one alone.

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-Saint John of the Cross

What are they?

Seton Youth is excited to promote a growing ministry to high school students called Discipleship Groups. Two Adult Mentors will walk with a group of students in fellowship, prayer and small community life on a weekly basis. Groups are not lecture or textbook based, but instead conversational. They are centered around short topic presentations or readings, discussion and prayer. 

These groups are meant to be fun, social and formative for the spiritual life. Mentors do not need to be perfect people--they need to be people who are trying to follow God and want to foster small community among students.

This is how groups start:

  1. (Students) Ask your friends if they want to start a small group
  2. Pray about which adult leaders you want to lead your group
  3. Work with SEAS Youth Ministry to find a leader if you can't find one
  4. Adult Leaders are formed, supported and trained by SEAS Youth Ministry
  5. Groups decide a time and place to meet--then they begin to meet!

What is Discipleship?

"The Christian faith is, above all, conversion to Jesus Christ, full and sincere adherence to his person and the decision to walk in his footsteps. Faith is a personal encounter with Jesus Christ making, of oneself a disciple of him. This demands a permanent commitment to think like him, to judge like him and to live as he lived. In this way the believer unites himself to the community of disciples and appropriates the faith of the Church."
General Directory for Catechesis 53