Our Faith is our Strength

Chosen - Formed - Sent

Chosen - Formed - Sent

Welcome to our Faith Formation Program. 

Registration: All families in the Faith Formation Program must be registered in the Church.  If you have not done so, you may stop by the Parish Office between the hours of 9:00am - 4:30pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday or you may call to make an appointment at  (508) 336-5549.

Requirements for First Holy Communion Students:

  • Copy of Baptismal Certificate.
  • Successful completion of two years religious education.
  • Completion of First Penance (confession).

Requirements for Confirmation:

  • Copy of Baptismal Certificate.
  • Copy of First Holy Communion Certificate.
  • Successful completion of two years religious education.
  • Completion of 15 hours Community Service within Confirmation I and II.
  • Must select a sponsor.  A sponsor needs to be Catholic, registered in his/her Parish.  A sponsor must have a Sponsor Form signed by their Parish Priest.  A parent cannot be a sponsor.
  • Must Select a confirmation Saint Name.

Community Service Form.

Sponsorship Form.



Marilyn Cabral, Coordinator grades 1-9: cfs.marilyn@gmail.com 508-336-5549
Vicki Cavanaugh: olmc.cfs.faithformation@gmail.com


Chosen-Formed-Sent Faith Formation Calendar 2017-18 Please click on the link below:









Young People age 16-29 join the international conversation taking place in preparation for #Synod2108! 

Link:  Survey for Synod 2018

This year Pope Francis has dedicated the 15th Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops. . . to be focused on the theme of "Young People, the Faith, and Vocational Discernment." It will be held in Rome in October 2018. Pope Francis noted: "The theme, an expression of the pastoral care of the Church for the young, is consistent with the results of the recent Synod assemblies on the family. Its aim is to accompany the young on their existential journey to maturity so that, through a process of discernment, they discover their plan for life and realize it with joy, opening up to the encounter with God and with human beings, and actively participating in the edification of the Church and of society."


The Vatican recently launched a website. Link:   Pope Francis speaks to the Young People