For more information, or to volunteer, please contact our Family Formation Department.
In January 2019, the St. Paul Religious Education program transitioned into the Family Formation Program for parish families. Family Formation starts on the first Sunday of the month where children and parents alike meet and learn about various topics of our rich Catholic Faith. These monthly gatherings at the Church allow children to learn about a topic in a grade level classroom setting with a trained Catechist/teacher. Concurrently, parents also receive a lesson on the same topic to deepen their own Faith. These shared learning experiences permeate the everyday life of our parish families as both children and parents live and breathe an active life in the Church alongside one another. Family Formation works to empower parents with the tools necessary to conduct weekly family gatherings where home lessons are worked on and discussed as a family, which opens the doors to more in-depth discussions on our Catholic Faith. St. Paul's uses a faithful program that received the Imprimatur of Archbishop Flynn of Minneapolis St. Paul in 2007, driven by Sacred Scripture, Tradition, and the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
For instruction into the Sacraments for either children or adults, please visit our Sacraments page.
St. Paul also offers programs specifically for adults to learn our Faith and share in fellowship as Catholic brothers and sisters.