Parish Religion Program (PRP) provides faith formation for children in grades 1–8 who attend public schools.
Sunday Winter PRP - Sunday PRP is an opportunity to meet with friends, discuss faith topics guided by trained catechists, and walk through the liturgical year together (September - April) building the students' relationship to Jesus. Through prayer, games, songs, crafts, and textbook activities, students will explore the beauty of God and the goodness contained in the Truths of the Catholic faith.
We meet each Sunday morning for one and one-half hours.
September 13, 2020 to April 25, 2021 (Sundays)
Grades 1–8 attend from 10:45 AM to 12:15 PM in the school.
Tuition and Fees
|Three or more children
Summer PRP- Unfortunately, with the pandemic restrictions in place, we are unable to offer the same wonderful Summer PRP experience on campus that we have had in the past. As learning with peers is so important for faith development, we encourage our Summer PRP families to register for the Sunday Winter PRP Program beginning September 13, 2020.
If that is not possible, we are offering a simple, supported homeschooling option for this Summer PRP that begins June 1st and can be completed anytime, at your convenience, before August 16th.
If you are considering this summer homeschooling option, we will send you instructions on picking up the textbook materials and explain how to do online testing through our Sadlier Textbook company.
The fee for the homeschooling program is $30 per child and entails the following:
1. You (or a delegate) will need to pick up the textbook and materials from the Welcome Center to get started.
2. You and your child will have support videos (or handouts) and work together as you teach the lessons. Your child will demonstrate learning through 4 Unit Tests completed online.
3. There are beautiful Theology of the Body stories for you and your child to watch online, which I think you will really appreciate.
4. The final Mastery Level Skills Checklist will need to be filled out and returned.
5. Any feedback regarding this new homeschooling process would be greatly appreciated.
We hope this is a simple, easy to follow home-schooling model, which may be completed anytime before August 16, 2020, (extensions offered if needed). Our hope is that in discussing together the beautiful truths God has revealed, this home-schooling option will strengthen your family and help you and your child(ren) grow in your love for God and each other.
2020–2021 Registration is online for PRP, Confirmation Preparation, Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, Middle School Youth Group or High School Youth Group programs. (Individual Youth Group field trips will need to be registered for separately.) Please note that if you are registering multiple children, you will need to register one child first, fill out completely your contact info, the Payment Intention Form and the Parent Involvement Form. Then a confirmation email will be sent to you with a link to register another child, or you may use the same link provided below. For each additional child, you will not need to completely fill out the parent contact info and Tuition Intention Form, since you have already filled those out once. There are a few required fields indicated with a red asterick*, so once those required fields are complete, you can submit the forms.
To register and for more information about the faith formation programs, Click here or go to
For your convenience, also payments can be made online. Click that link or go to https://ihom.weshareonline.org/
As always, we can register anyone in the Welcome Center if computer access is not available, or if you encounter any difficulties with registering online.
For more information, contact: Tina Ramundo, Coordinator of Children’s Formation, firstname.lastname@example.org
or Donna Wenstrup in the Formation Office at 513-388-4189.
Catechsis of the Good Shepherd (CGS)
The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd is a dynamic Montessori preschool program for age three to kindergarten. It is offered September – April, Sunday mornings during the 9:30AM Mass. Depending on social distancing restrictions in September, class sizes will be limited.