St. Dominic offers a wide variety of programs designed to deepen the spiritual lives of those who participate. Discover what it means to be Catholic. Develop your understanding of God and your faith. Start your children on their own faith journeys.

St. Dominic School

St. Dominic School is a fully accredited Catholic, co-educational elementary school for students in grades Kindergarten through eight.  Here, you will discover an environment rich in opportunity, diversity, friendship, and faith.  Our mission is to educate and inspire students to be competent, confident, compassionate leaders through love of God, service to others, and a challenging, innovative academic curriculum.

Parish School of Religion (PSR) - Sunday School

Recognizing that parents are the first educators of children in the faith, the goal of St. Dominic’s parish school of religion (PSR) is to foster a personal relationship with Jesus Christ that is informed by the Catholic faith and nurtured by the members of the parish.  Striving to plant seeds of faith that will inspire the children’s faith development, weekly PSR classes accompany children through the elementary grades 1-6. PSR classes are held in the school building between Masses each Sunday.  See the calendar for more details. For more information about this, please contact Liz Woconish, Director of Religious Education at lwoconish@stdominicschool.net or 216-658-3672.

Catechesis of the Good Shepherd

The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd is a Montessori approach to the religious formation of children aged three to Kindergarten.  Children gather in an "atrium," a room prepared for them, which contains simple yet beautiful materials that they use in a hands-on approach to learning. For more information about this Montessori approach, visit the national website or contact Keri Cupp, CGS Coordinator, at 216-658-5780 or kcupp@stdominicschool.net.

Parents, classes are normally held on Fridays and Sundays. But, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, this is no longer the case. As we face these unusual times, please use this link from the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd United States Association to find resources to use at home with your children. May God bless you and your domestic church!

Adult Education

St. Dominic offers a variety of programs designed to deepen the spiritual lives of those who attend through reflective talks, thoughtful conversation, lectures, and more. For more information, visit the parish calendar.

Currently, the following programs are in place:

Centering Prayer:

Centering Prayer:Jesus often slipped away from the crowds and pressures of daily life to commune with his Father. Centering Prayer is Jesus’ invitation to join him in communing with God in silent prayer. Centering Prayer is meeting remotely during COVID-19, every Thursday from 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. To receive the ZOOM link, please contact Liz Woconish, Director of Religious Education at lwoconish@stdominicschool.net. No experience is necessary to pray with this group. The method of Centering Prayer may be found here for your reference:

Centering Prayer Method Brochure

WomenSOAR (Spirituality, Offering, Action, Reflection):

We meet monthly in the home of a volunteer hostess to enjoy a potluck and lively conversation followed by a presentation and discussion. Topics range widely.  For more information or to be added to the email list, contact Gail Rinderknecht at joseph.rinder@gmail.com.

Storytellers

Storytellers features civic, political, business, and religious leaders from our community offering stories of faith, family, work, and life.  These stories weave hope, humor, and triumph together to inspire our listeners.  To learn more about Storytellers, please contact Jodie Bowers at JBowers@stdominicchurch.net.

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