Formation and Education
With the help of God’s Grace, the education and formation ministry of St. John Vianney parish strives to bring members into a deep, personal relationship with Christ and His Church.
We provide programs that bring about the formation of children, youth and adults, namely, that they grow in understanding and acceptance of Catholic doctrine; in active participation in liturgical and sacramental life, in embracing the fundamental principles of Catholic morality, and in exercising the life of Catholic prayer.
Adult classes are offered on Sunday morning at 9:15 a.m. in the school and on Monday morning at 9:15 a.m. in the parish office building. Special evening classes are held at various times throughout the year. Schedules are listed in the bulletin and on the parish website.
Explore the beautiful Tradition of the Catholic Church-her sacraments, liturgy, liturgical year, teaching, prayer, and community. Each group varies in personality, but is typically made up of Catholic and non-Catholics who are looking to better understand the rudiments of the Catholic Faith, to begin the process of becoming Catholic and/or to prepare to receive the sacraments. RCIA meets each Sunday morning at 9:15 a.m. in the school, through the Easter season.