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Religious Education

Religious Education

Most Blessed Trinity Academy has several goals for our Religious Education program: 

  • We teach students the importance of prayer and how to use the Bible
  • We incorporate country devotion values, while respecting cultural traditions
  • We encourage participation to charitable causes and service to the community.

The Religious Education curriculum prepares 2nd grade students for First Communion and 8th grade students for Confirmation. 


7th and 8th grade students further explore their religious experience by participating in an annual retreat.


Students participate in mass or prayer service once a week where a class is responsible for leading our school in prayer and preparation of service.


Students are given the opportunity to be altar servers, with guidance regarding the expectations and responsibilities of this service. Several times each year, students receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation.


Program Approach: Our Religious Education program is based on a thematic approach:


August:  Welcome

September:  Baptism & Labor Day

October:  Mission, Columbus Day, Halloween

November:  All Saints Day & ThanksgivingAll-school rosary led by the Academy Rosary Club

December:  Advent, Christmas

January:  Peace, Martin Luther King

February:  St. Patrick's & Valentine's Day

March:  Lent, Retreat, Reconciliation, Way of the Cross

April:  Easter

May:  Month of Mary, Communion, Confirmation, Mother's Day and May Crowning

June:  Appreciation