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The Curriculum

We useLifeTeen’s Purpose Confirmation Sacramental Preparation Program. 

Purpose is a transformative approach to Confirmation.

The Purpose curriculum sessions focus on evangelizing young people and accompanying them as they become disciples. The curriculum addresses three  big questions, “Why believe in God?”, “Why trust Jesus?” and “Why be a part of the Church?”

These sessions combine powerful teachings, videos small group discussions,
 activities and  games to evangelize and disciple teens.

For additional information about our program, please contact youth minister Michelle Boris.

Registration for the 2020-2021 Faith Formation Year is now open. Please click the link above to access the registration form in a new full page, or complete it directly on our website below. 

As we begin the faith formation year, the spiritual, physical, and emotional well-being of our young people and overall community is of the utmost importance. We will act within the recommendations of the Center for Disease Control, Minnesota Department of Health, and government and Archdiocesan authorities.

Please refer to our Faith Formation Covid Policies & Procedures to learn more about how we intend to keep everyone safe by click here.


New this year: Each child or teen from the same family must be registered individually to ensure proper permission forms, waivers and information is on record for each person. 

Tuition Information

1 Child: $90.00 2 Children: $130.00 3 Children or More: $150.00 Non-Parishioner: $180.00/child

1 Child: $140.00 2 Children: $180.00 3 Children or More: $200.00 Non-Parishioner: $230.00/child

Sacramental Preparation Fee for 2nd Grade and Confirmation (in addition to regular tuition): $50.00

All regular volunteers receive an overall tuition discount of $90.

About the Program

 Confirmation is one of the sacraments of initiation, in which we receive the fullness of the gifts of the Holy Spirit in order to share the Gospel.

Preparation is a two-year program open to those in their freshman year of high school and older. Preparation includes formation/preparation meetings, retreat, service projects, parent and sponsor meetings, and other events. The Sacrament of Confirmation is received in the spring of the second year of preparation.

 We offer two sessions: Sunday nights from 6:30-8 pm or Wednesday evenings from 5-6:30 p.m. Candidates sign up for which night they will attend at the beginning of the year, and should regularly attend that day throughout the year. 

Adults interested in receiving Confirmation should explore RCIA.