We will update our families when we are able to meet again in person. Please continue to check this page for announcements and activities. While classes are suspended during the pandemic, here are some resources for you to use at home as you continue to educate your child in our faith.

Catholic Icing

Catholic Kids Bulletins

Catholic Mom

Living Faith Kids

Pflaum: Free Children’s Liturgy Instruction at Home

Sadlier Religion resources for the May, the month of Mary

Sophia Institute lessons for teaching the liturgical year

Don’t forget that our Sunday masses are live streamed on Facebook each week. English Mass is at noon and Spanish Mass is at 1:00 pm. You can also watch Mass with Bishop Burns and Auxiliary Bishop Kelly on Sundays at 11 a.m. on KDFW Fox Channel 4 and at 12:00 noon on KDFI Channel 27.

We pray for you, your family and people all over the world and remember to turn to and place our faith in God.

St. Joseph Religious Education classes for elementary age students are held on Sunday mornings.  When selecting your child’s session, please choose the one that will allow you to attend Mass as a family.  Families shouldn’t leave Mass early to get their children to class.

Session 1 meets from 8:30-9:30 am.
Session 2 meets from 10:30-11:30 am.

The purpose of Religious Education is to instruct the children with a strong and solid foundation of the teachings of the Catholic Church and instill in them a love of God and service to our neighbors. We use the Faith and Life Series published by Ignatius Press.  These textbooks incorporate the four principal components of catechesis:  the Creed, the Commandments, the Sacraments and Liturgy, Prayer and Scripture.  Besides giving a clear and comprehensive presentation of our faith, the student textbook is rich in artwork, both original and classical.  The Faith and Life Series presents Catholic teaching using the time-tested ecclesial methodology and spiral development of catechesis, in a beautiful, student-friendly comprehensive format.