2017-2018 High School Confirmation Registration

September 17th - May 6th, 2018


This program is for High School teens seeking the Sacrament of Confirmation. We are excited to walk this journey with you!

This form serves as your registration, and attached you will find all of the forms needed throughout the process. (Please note that this is a two year program in total.)

The cost of our program is $135, which covers the cost of Lifeteen registration for the year as well as Confirmation. If your family cannot cover this cost due to financial hardship or other circumstances, please contact us to discuss financial assistance. No student will be turned away from our program due to financial difficult. This fee is due at the time of this registration.

A calendar of classes and Life Nights will be sent out to all registrants. We are so excited to meet all of you and have already begun to pray for you and your families!



September 24th - April 1st, 2018

$25 - $50

Weekly sessions for the reception of the Sacraments of Initiation. Come together in a small group to learn more about our faith. Sessions focus on the teachings and experience of the Church. There are separate opportunities for children and youth. Whatever your level of interest or commitment, you are welcome to explore and participate in the process with your own questions, insights and faith story in a welcoming and dynamic setting.

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Circle Of Women January Gathering

January 20th, 2018


Happy New Year! Kick off the year with an opportunity to learn more about Prayer. Join us when we gather on Saturday morning, January 20th.

The Circle of Women is a ministry for and by women of St. Paul's. All women are welcome to attend our gatherings.

Please join us for our morning presentation by our very own Barb Wagner. There is no cost for our gathering , but we request your RSVP so we can be ready for you!


LURES-Child Protection

January 23rd - January 25th, 2018

As part of the implementation of the Charter for the Protection of Children & Young People, the Archdiocese of Chicago requires its parishes and schools to provide valuable training in sexual abuse prevention to children and youth in schools and programs annually.

This important training is designed to educate children and youth on how to recognize and report abuse, and are age-appropriate, research-based and straightforward. It’s important to note that the below programs are not sex education courses, rather sexual abuse prevention training that encourages children/youth to disclose abuse, neglect or any troubling information to a safe adult, particularly their parent(s).