Religious Education 


Go, therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son,
and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with
you always, until the end of the age. (Mt 28:19-20)


The purpose of our Religious Education is to make the Gospel living, conscious, and active in our participants’ lives.  The Religious Education Program participants include children, catechists, Priests, Deacons, Religious Education Staff, Parents, Prayer Partners, Mentors, Guests Speakers, Workshop Facilitators, and our All Saints Catholic Church Community.

The Religious Education Department's primary function is Faith Formation to people aged three to adult, Sacrament Formation, and Spiritual Growth. By following the steps of catechesis, our program promotes knowledge of our faith and builds on moral development, teaches about our church, prayer, and Catholic community, and calls us all to participate in worship and to be good disciples.   We learn that faith is a gift from God; it grows and develops throughout life, is alive in the community, and lives in our thoughts and actions.  All students are expected to attend regular Sunday Mass as well as attending Religious Education classes.


The All Saints Religious Education Office provides religious formation for children starting at Preschool (age 3) through adults.

Our Preschool and Elementary Program includes Religious Faith Formation and family events for youth from preschool (beginning at age 3) through 5th grade.  For more information, please contact Director of Religious Education (DRE) Kathy McDermott (972-778-0328 or

The Junior Saints Program includes Religious Education Classes and Youth Ministry for 6th-8th graders  For more information, or Matt Woyak (972-778-0330 or

The High School Program involves a life night on Sunday evenings for 9th-12th graders (see Senior High Teen section) and Youth Ministry opportunities led by Coordinator of High School Youth Ministry Paul Bianchi (972-778-0368 or

Young Adult Program targeting the ages of 18-35. For more information contact Josh Clemmons ( or 972-778-0363.

Adult Education opportunities include a variety of programs from family events to classes listed under Adult Ed section. For more information, contact DRE Kathy McDermott (972-778-0328 or

Sacrament Preparation Classes for youth and adults are offered through the Religious Education Department. For more information, please contact DRE Kathy McDermott (972-778-0328 or