Catechism At Santi Apostoli
In order to help English speaking children (and adults) to prepare for the sacraments of Confession, First Communion and Confirmation we offer opportunities for various age groups. If you or your children are interested in preparing for the sacraments or continuing to deepen in your knowledge and love of the faith, please consider the catechetical programs we offer.
This program is for second grade students. Meetings are only once a month according to a calendar that will be e-mailed to you once you have signed up. Meetings begin in January and go through May.
This program is for third and fourth grade students. Meetings are WEEKLY on Sundays at 9:30am, according to a calendar that will be e-mailed to you once you have signed up. Meetings begin in October and go until May, The date for First Communion is in May, generally the second Saturday or Sunday of May.
This program is for fifth and sixth grade students. Meetings are WEEKLY on Sundays at 9:30am, according to a calendar that will be e-mailed to you once you have signed up. Meetings begin in October and go through May. The date for Confirmation is in May, generally the third Saturday or Sunday of May.
Adult Preparation for Sacraments
If you are 18 years of age of older and would like to receive the sacraments of Baptism, First Communion or Confirmation please contact Fr Kramer Cameron at
Here is a list of general expectations and requirements.
To sign up you will need to fill in the Registration form.
All participants in the First Communion or Confirmation programs must provide a copy of their Baptismal certificates.
All families should regularly attend our community Mass at Santi Apostoli at 10:30am in English or 11:30am on Sundays.
Students are expected to complete all homework assignments and learn required prayers.
Parents are to read the material with your children and assist them in learning.
Students will attend classes from October – May and must participate in 80% of the classes in order to move on. A detailed calendar will be sent to you via email once you sign up.
The curriculum for the class will include age appropriate material to help understand what Catholics believe about God, the celebration of our faith, the sacraments and liturgy, and the daily living out of these beliefs through virtues and prayer, especially in service of others. In a particular way students will also be taught the meaning of Mass and its rituals as well as the importance of faith at home and in the parish.
Donations are accepted to help cover the costs of the teaching materials. Registration fee: €50, 00 to cover costs of textbooks, certificates and supplies during the year.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us at