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7th & 8th Grade Religious Education

St. Edith offers religious education classes for 7th and 8th grade. Religious education classes include preparation for the Sacrament of Confirmation.  A special youth mass is held before each session for grades 7-8. We look forward to another great year of partnering with our parents helping our young people to further their understanding and practice of our Catholic Faith as they take another step closer in getting to “Know, Love and Serve” the Lord here at St. Edith!

The goal of our Religious Formation Program is to provide an awareness of God’s presence in their lives and an appreciation and better understanding of the Catholic faith and its traditions.

Catechists facilitate small group discussions after an initial large group presentation.  If you have a passion for sharing your faith with early adolescents consider helping out.  Contact Colleen Misiak for more information. 

Year End Notes

The year is winding down! Please make sure you have the the following dates on your calendar! We would like to end the year strong with great attendance to thank those who have shared of themselves with us this year and give them a chance to say good-bye .

Monday Night Religious Education

Today, Monday, April 16th all of our St. Edith K through 8th Grade Religious Education Sessions are cancelled due to a power outage. 
This includes our 7th and 8th Grade Life Teen Mass.

Sunday Morning Religious Education

We hope to see everyone on for our final Religious Education session on Sunday April 23.  April 23 is a family breakfast! Please join us to say good-bye to the catechists and enjoy a breakfast celebration.

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15089 Newburgh Rd, Livonia, MI 48154
Phone: 734-464-1222

Where Friendships are Formed

Office Hours:
Monday & Tuesday – 9:00 am to 8:00 pm
Wednesday - Friday – 9:00 am to 5:00pm
Closed Saturday & Sunday

Where Friendships are Formed
Archdiocese of DetroitUnited States Conference of Catholic BishopsThe Vatican