P.R.E. is the Catholic formation program for children who attend public schools in grades Kindergarten through 8th grade. Sessions are held on Wednesday evenings from 6:45-8:00 p.m.
This is an organization that focuses on sharing the Catholic Faith tradition through formation, service, and social activities for high school youth. Fund-raising activities are undertaken to help pay for local, state, and national events.
Participants deepen their understanding of the Bible using approved scriptural studies.
Vacation Bible School includes time for songs, crafts, class, recreation, snack & prayer. This is held in the mornings during the week of Totus Tuus (July 9-13, 2018). It is for students who will be entering or have completed Kindergarten.
High School students who would like to help with the VBS program are only eligible if they are registered for the evening Totus Tuus program and if they have completed the Diocesan Safe Environment training. Volunteer applications are due in the parish office by Friday, June 1.
Vacation Bible School and Totus Tuus
Totus Tuus is a diocesan Catholic youth program dedicated to helping young people develop a greater understanding of their faith so that they can live it in today’s world. This is done in such a way that it is fun for both the college-aged teachers and youth alike.
This is for students who have completed Grade 1-6 during the 2017-18 school year. It will be held July 9-13, 2018.
The Junior High School and Senior High School Program is scheduled July 8-12 and includes instruction, small group discussions, quiet meditation, prayer and fellowship. Junior and Senior High Students are separated during instruction and small group sessions.
This is for students who have completed Grade 7-12 during the 2017-18 school year.
Students who would like to volunteer to help with the Grade School program are only eligible if they are registered for the evening Totus Tuus program and if they have completed the Diocesan Safe Environment training. Volunteer Applications are due in the parish office by Friday, June 1.
Faithful Families is a gathering of Catholic women from the three Salina parishes who want to enhance our spirituality as individuals, wives and mothers. Participation in monthly activities, whether listening to speakers or sharing in Bible studies, provides an opportunity to grow in our understanding of the faith and to affirm one another in our role as wife and mother. Taking time once or twice a month out of our busy lives for Faithful Families is an investment in the growth of our Catholic faith as well as that of our family.
All women of the parish are welcome to attend any of the events and no registration is necessary.
Presentations are scheduled during the school year. All meetings will take place in the St. Mary Parish Center, Meeting Room 1, from 9 to 11a.m.