Blessed Sacrament Parish
K-Grade 8 Religious Education at St. Bernard
While our Faith Formation classes in person are suspended at this time, we have a family-based formation program for you and your family. The lessons are grade-appropriate and follow the Sunday readings. Each lesson includes three parts: Share, Discover, and Live which lead the student through a process of connecting life and faith.
Once you are registered for faith formation, you will receive the materials to use at home. The links below also give you digital access to this material. The access codes are provided as part of the registration process.
The Weekly Video Lessons are provided to support the Pflaum Weekly Lessons. Click the Video button to see the latest videos.
Videos are posted on Monday for study during the week. Each week we focus on the readings for the next Sunday.
Pflaum Gospel Weeklies for Resources for families
Prayers & Guidelines of Our Catholic Faith
A link to the list of the Prayers & Guidelines of Our Catholic Faith and prayer requirements for Grades 1-8 can be found below. The required prayers and guidelines are listed for each grade level.
Prayers & Guidelines of Our Catholic Faith (Download)
When parents are satisfied that their child has met the prayer requirements, they may fill in the certificate request below and will receive a printable certificate for their child.
Prayer Certificate Request Form (Online)
The Children’s Liturgy of the Word has been suspended because of the Covid-19 Pandemic. When the pandemic is over, we will resume offering Children's Liturgy of the Word at the 10:00 Mass.
The Religious Education office is open. The hours flexible, please call for an appointment
Mary Frances Berstene
Interim Director, Faith Formation
860-875-0753 x 302
Secretary, Faith Formation
860-875-0753 X 309
Before enrolling your child in Religious Education, you must register at Blessed Sacrament Parish.
Our parish is committed to the safety and well-being of every child and we are in full compliance with The Charter for the Protection of Young Children as stated by Bishop Cote. All catechists are subjected to a criminal background check and training which enables them to be advocates for the children in their care.
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