Welcome to Our PSR Pages
Our Annunziata Parish School of Religion (PSR) program is open to the children of our parish
(Pre-K - 8th Grades) who attend public schools and therefore are not receiving formal religious education as part of their curriculum. Classes are held every Sunday (September - May) immediately following the 9:00 a.m. Mass, from 10:00 - 10:50 a.m.
Using the basics of our Catholic faith through tradition, scripture, and Church teachings; we nurture our children’s knowledge and love of God.
To empower our children to live out their baptismal call and give witness to the Gospel by fostering their love of Jesus Christ.
New for the 2017-2018 School Year
Welcome our new Teachers: 1st grade: Cassidy Blenke; 3rd grade: Kelly Holton; 4th grade: Laura Tornabene; 6th grade: John Cronin; 7th grade: Laura Gyawali, and Joe Murphy moves to 8th grade.
Curriculum Changes: Beginning this year, we’ve added some exciting requirements to our curriculum:
- 4th Grade: All students will be trained as Mass Servers and are required then to serve during the 9:00 a.m. Family Masses.
- 2nd Grade: All students and their parents will participate in Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord’s Supper (March 29, 2018).
- Family Masses: Each class is assigned one Family Mass throughout the year. During this Mass, students will be required to: greet/serve/lector/write and read petitions/usher/and be the gift bearers.
- End of the School Year Family Mass: We culminate our school year by combining our May Crowning with an “End of School Mass” on May 6, 2018. All students from each grade will participate in this Mass.
For our Parents and all Parish Adults: You are invited to come downstairs to the Church Hall Sunday mornings during PSR classes, to share in some “Coffee and Catechesis". Michael Horn, the Evangelization Coordinator for the Archdiocese of St. Louis, will lead spiritual reflections and meditations.
For access to your child’s specific PSR class pages, registration forms, and the school calendar please see the menu to the right.
Elizabeth Ann Good