R eligious Education Program
Preparing for 2014-2015
*For discounted tuition, please submit registration form by June 30.
We are already beginning preparations for next year. Below is the 2014-2015 CCD Registration Form. Please note the new price structure. Registrations received by June 30 will receive a discounted tuition. By registering early, this helps us save money by ordering supplies prior to classes starting.
To be considered a Parishioner, you must be attending Mass regularly and using the envelope system. Please note your envelope number on the form where indicated. Non-Parishioners or Parishioners of other churches are also welcome to join our Religious Education Program.
2014-2015 Registration Form
Rev. Lawrence S. Symolon
phone - (203) 235-3822, ext. 204
Community Service Hours worked beginning June 1, count towards the 2014-2015 School year. Remember to track your hours for summer volunteer positions and submit your Community Service Forms when classes begin in September.
Community Service Hour form
Meriden Roman Catholic Special Religious Education Program
The Religious Education program provides formal religious instruction for children in grades K through 10 who attend public schools. The programs are in accord with the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the National Catechetical Directory and other documents published by the Bishops of the United States. This instruction provides opportunities to learn about God, to celebrate the sacraments together, to develop a caring attitude for the people in our neighborhoods and the world, and to build community within the parish. Opportunities for Community Service Hours are available in this regard.
Grades K-5 meet on Monday from 4:00 - 5:15 p.m.
Grades 6-10 meet on Sunday from 9:30 - 10:45 a.m. or Monday nights where noted.
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (R.C.I.A.)
Any person with no active church affiliation who is interested in becoming
a atholic is invited to take part in the catechumenate. This process
is designed to familiarize inquirers with the life and message of Jesus
Christ. Sessions usually begin in early fall to give a general overview
of the Faith. These are followed by a period of more formal presentations
on Catholic doctrine and practice. Those who wish to become members of
the Church prepare themselves through prayer and reflection on the scriptures.
Most often, reception into the Catholic Church is celebrated during the
Click for a printable General Information Sheet or for more detailed information, please contact the Pastor, the
Director of Religious Education or the office.