Individuals with disAbilities

If you have a loved one with a disAbility, who is interested in catechesis, First Reconciliation, First Eucharist and/or Confirmation, but finds conventional preparation programs unsuitable, we’re here to help. Adaptive learning in faith formation is a transformative approach that personalizes religious education based on individual needs. This method fosters deeper understanding and engagement, accommodating diverse learning styles and paces. By aligning religious teachings with personal learning paths, adaptive learning enhances spiritual growth, making faith formation a more enriching and inclusive journey for all.

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Loyola Press: Adaptive Learning 

“Everyone has a right to catechesis, which is why Loyola Press develops resources to reach individuals of all ability levels. Anyone who works with children knows that each child is unique, with his or her own special talents. And when a child has learning or developmental disabilities, it’s even more important to teach to a child’s strengths. Recognizing a child’s uniqueness sometimes requires adaptations to typical learning situations (Loyola Press).”

Click Here: Loyola Press: Adaptive Learning (Official Website)



To be determined based on the needs of the person.



Click Here: To Register (Now Open)

Click Here: To read Fees and Scholarships Policy ($125 per child/sliding scale)


Additional Resources

Click Here: First Sacraments (First Reconciliation and First Communion) Preparation

Click Here: Confirmation Preparation

Click Here: Additional Resources

Click Here: Special Events



Click Here: Director of Lifelong Faith Formation

Click Here: Coordinator of Catechesis of the Good Shepherd

Click Here: Coordinator of Elementary Faith Formation

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