Parents

Parents, grandparents, and guardians – This is your page! Welcome. 

We appreciate everyone’s inputs, feedback and most importantly your presence. You are welcome to post here any resources you may want to share with other parents. You know how to reach us – qasfaithformation@gmail.com.  PLEASE READ THE LETTER FROM OUR PASTOR IN THE HOME PAGE. 

Don’t forget to visit Get Involved and Faith Formation pages for upcoming events and updates. You may check the class pages under the Faith Formation Page Tab drop down menu for your child’s lesson and homework or speak with your child’s catechist or send me an email if your child will be absent so I can reach out to the catechist.  Please note, I will still be sending occasional emails for reminders and updates when necessary. Otherwise, please check our web pages weekly.

Please read below to see the program overview. Every child is unique and we will do our best to work with you and your child as we continue to cultivate the seed of faith in their lives.  Thank you!

“Faith Formation Three Pillars:  Sunday Mass, Parent Participation, and Class Attendance.” – Father Ceriello

Please scroll down for weekly current and previous announcements.

Leaving some of these photos to remind you of the joy of Christmas everyday!

July 31, 2020 – Faith Formation Updates

Animated Rosary for Kids by EWTN

http://www.usccb.org/beliefs-and-teachings/vocations/parents/tools-for-building-a-domestic-church.cfm

Blended-Learning-2020

Letter to Parents – June 14, 2020

Brooklyn Catholic Youth Day (recorded May 30, 2020)

https://dioceseofbrooklyn.org/get-involved/secretariat-for-evangelization-and-catechesis/the-seed-is-the-word-curriculum-guides/

https://dioceseofbrooklyn.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/bqcyd-2020-EDIT-PDF.pdf

https://dioceseofbrooklyn.org/get-involved/religious-education-resources/

https://dioceseofbrooklyn.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Tips-for-Growing-in-Faith-5.18.2020.mp4

Saturday in the Octave of Easter – April 18, 2020

Easter Vigil – 2020

Family Formation Resources for Easter Triduum

Holy Week at Home

Christ is our King! Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion – April 5, 2020

Pope’s special Urbi et Orbi blessing  ‘God turns everything to our good’ (print) – Vatican News

GR1S19 Traditional Stations of the Cross – by St. Alphonsus Liguori – from Sophia Institute for Teachers.org

Additional Resources For Families – As of March 29, 2020

Prayer Card Coronavirus 2020

Turning to God in Times of Tragedy – by Loyola Press

Additional Resources For Families – As of March 22, 2020

ANNOUNCEMENT – MARCH 19, 2020

https://mycatholickids.com/massathome/

At Home Resources for Families – Finding God Curriculum by Loyola Press

Announcement as of March 12, 2020

Announcement as of March 6, 2020

Announcement as of February 27, 2020

Announcement – January 31, 2020

Announcement – January 18, 2020

Announcement – December 28, 2019

QAS Christmas Pageant 2019

Announcement – December 1, 2019

Announcement November 24

Thanksgiving Email

TWO FRIDAY EVENINGS WITH FATHER ROBERT LAUDER

Vaccine Memo 11-22-2019 REVISED

Christmas Pageant December 14, 2019 Schedule – Permission Slip For Children

General Parent Meeting Agenda – September 22, 2019

Program Overview and Curriculum

Daily Three Minute Retreat

All Saints’ Day resources

A Prayer for the Dead

Prayer for New Church Year – A Resource from RCL Benziger. Feel free to adapt for your family setting.

Welcome Letter

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

Praise God! Praise be our Lord Jesus Christ.

On behalf of our Pastor Father Joseph Ceriello, and the whole Faith Formation Team of volunteers, I wish to welcome you to the 2019-2020 Faith Formation Year!

Your decision to commit to the lifelong journey of discipleship, and to pass on the faith to your child is a blessing to the Church and in particular to Queen of All Saints’ parish community.

We are very grateful to God for your faith and know that we are on this journey together.

Trust that with our Lord Jesus Christ, Mother Mary, and Saint Joseph by our side everything will be just fine.

Through the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary may we continue to work together in union with our Lord Jesus Christ. As Saint Paul urges us let us “pray without ceasing.” Let us pray for the salvation of all, conversion and repentance of sinners, sanctification of our families, and all our efforts may only be for the greater glory of God!

Sincerely,

Theresa

All for Jesus and Mother Mary

Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

August 15, 2019