Children's Liturgy of the Word
Children’s Liturgy of the Word takes place during most Sunday 9:30 a.m. Masses during the entire year. Children leave Mass before the Liturgy of the Word and return after the petitions. Virtus-trained volunteers share the Gospel with children and facilitate age-appropriate discussions. Children may participate independently. Adults and younger sibling(s) are always welcome.For More Information, Contact
Easter Egg Hunt/ Basket Blessing
An Easter Egg hunt for younger children is held on Holy Saturday behind the Gathering Place followed by blessing of Easter baskets and food in Church.
Children, ages 10 and under are welcome to participate in the hunt while parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles – everyone – is invited to join in the fun. Afterward, take your goodies to church for the Easter basket blessing.
At the Blessing, learn the meaning of the Easter Egg, the Horseradish, Bread, Ham, Parsley, etc. that we often all incorporate into our Easter celebrations. Prepare a basket, bring it to be blessed and begin a tradition in your family if you do not already do so.For More Information, Contact
Faith and Friends
Elementary Students (K-5th grade) meet to hear a bible story, play sports, do science experiments & crafts and learn about a Saint.
We typically meet monthly on Sundays from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. in the Father Mackin Center. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.For More Information, Contact
Little Saints Song, Stretch and Storytime
Who: Young children (up to age 6) along with their parent/caregiver.
What: Have fun sharing faith with family and friends. Listen to Bible stories, learn about Saints, pray, sing, and stretch. Then enjoy a time to connect & chat while the kids play with the provided toys.
When: Fridays, twice monthly from 9:30-10:30 a.m., Sign up via the email below for the most up to date meeting times.
Where: Rectory/Church basement (enter in doors from the Walnut Street parking lot)
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The purpose of the religious education program is to assist parents in the religious education of their children, develop their faith, and help them develop a personal relationship with Jesus. These programs are for those children not attending OLW school.