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Religious Education Registration 2014-2015

Registrations for Religious Education will be taken place in the parish office on Saturdays in the months of: June and July - 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon

Religious education is an ongoing process and does not stop after receiving First Communion. The children should continue into the program until ready to receive confirmation.

For registration. You must provide a copy or your child's baptismal certificate when registering for CCD classes.

In order for your child to receive any sacraments. A two year program must be received. Waivers will only apply on particular circumstances.

If the child attended and received religious instructions from any other program or parish. A letter of verification must be obtained from either the Director of Religious Program or Pastor of the parish.

*All required fees must be paid prior to first day of class.

First Communion Classes are on Saturdays - 9 am to 10:30 am - Pre-K thru 6th Grade

Confirmation Classes are on Mondays – 6 pm to 7:30 pm - 7th thru 8th Grade

For any questions, please call the Director of Religious Education, Mrs. Nora Tantengo at: 847-731-1946 or Mrs. Nancy Flores at: 224-456-5103.









from the Parish Library

Featured Author: Joseph F. Girzone
St. Anastasia parish LibraryHere are two titles by author Joseph F. Girzone. Continuing his series on Joshua, the stranger who enters people’s lives with amazing results, Girzone gives us Joshua and the Children , an easy read, in which Joshua enters an ordinary village beset by senseless violence. His influence , first on the children of the village, soon spreads to the adults and everyone is changed by Joshua and his kindness, gentleness and compassion.

St. Anastasia Parish LibraryIn The Parables of Joshua, Girzone re-examines many of Jesus’ parables by reviving the timeless messages behind them and “ dressing them in modern clothes “, presenting them through Joshua in a conversational style that resonates with modern readers.

Jim Ratajczyk, parish librarian, reviews books and multimedia items on the topic of faith and living each month.



Regular Mass Schedule

Saturday Vigil: 5:00 P.M.
           Sunday: 7:30 A.M. & 11:00 A.M.

           Sunday: 9:00 A.M  (Spanish)

      Weekdays: Monday - Saturday 8:30 A.M.

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