St. Patrick's Catholic Church Religious Education Program
St. Patrick's Parish is excited to get started for the 2023-2024 school year! This website is under construction and will be updated so please check back for new information!
The Invitation -
Prayer is as essential to our soul’s survival as water is for our body’s survival. I encourage you to make prayer a regular part of your day, individually and as a family.
Here are a few ideas:
1. Pray the rosary as a family whether it be in your home or on a rosary walk.
2. Pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet as a family.
3. Pray with Sacred Scripture, such as reading the daily mass readings together.
4. Stream in and watch daily Holy Mass & Sunday Holy Mass virtually as a family. Mass is recorded live and posted on the St. Patrick’s Catholic Church North Platte daily & on Sunday.
A variety of awesome videos, books & talks for adults and kids can be found through Formed, a Catholic resource website. The access link is listed below. You simply access the link and make your own account. All the resources are free to you!
Even More Resources-
Our Diocese has provided many different access points to a variety of different free resources for continued Religious Education at home for students and parents! Click the link and it will lead you to the different resources.
Liturgical Living is another great way to adapt the beauty of our Catholic faith into your home! Kendra Tierney does a wonderful job presenting tons of fun ideas through her blog and her book which are listed below.
If you have any questions or would like any more resources for the spiritual growth of your family, please contact Janelle Moorhous, DRE. Many blessings to you during this time!
Explore the activities below that follow proper social distancing protocol!
Thank you for visiting the page!
If you have any question you can call the Church Office at 308-532-0942
DRE- Makaela Lauderdale ext. 201 or Priest- Fr. Jonathan Sorensen ext. 202
Find important dates/events that will be happening this year in our Religious Education program.
Find information about each grade, requirements for receiving sacraments and expectations of students, parents and catechists.
Find resources for families.
Find information on upcoming Confirmation activities and requirements for students, parents, and sponsors.
See what is happening in the classroom of your child each week.
Find opportunities for retreats in the Diocese of Grand Island
Find ways to live out discipleship after Youth education comes to a close and adult formation begins.
Find information on our director of Religious Education and our catechists and teachers aids.