Our Catholic Faith calls us to be One in Christ.
Online Registration has closed. To Register for 2023-2024 please come to the office M-W.
Please contact: Emily Bryant, Faith Formation Coordinator, BryantE@ssjwoodlands.com
To Register for any Faith Formation program please follow the steps below:
Complete the Registration Form for each young person in your family.
Must fill out the Faith Formation Liability Waiver for each young person.
Registration Fee: $100 - first child; $50 - each additional child.
Schedule a meeting with Yolanda Villarreal for sacrament registration.
A Copy of the Baptismal Certificate is required ONLY if a Sacrament is being received (i.e.. First Sacraments or Confirmation)
Note: Note: If you need to meet after office hours please contact Yolanda at 281-367-9885 X 115 or Emily at 281-367-9885 X 123 to schedule a meeting. All fees are due upon registration and need to be paid online at www.ssjwoodlands.com through ConnectNow.
Our Elementary Program helps our young people understand Christ through Catechesis. By learning who Jesus Christ is and how he brings us closer to God, they will grow in faith as they share their knowledge in our community.
Family Large Group
Our Family Large Group Program strives to strengthen the domestic church by total family catechesis. By learning about the Catholic Faith together, families will be able to share the Gospel with each other in our community.
Our Youth Ministry is focused on building a young Catholic community, set apart for Christ. We recognize that our youth as full members of the Body of Christ helping to build the Kingdom of God.
Right of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
We are excited you are considering the Catholic Faith and we would like to welcome you to our family! The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is designed to provide you with an opportunity to become more acquainted with our Catholic community, Sacred Scripture and Tradition that guide our lives as disciples of Christ.
We are blessed to be able to partner with families as their young people prepare for their First Sacraments through Reconciliation and Holy Communion.
Through Baptism we receive God's grace and mercy. We are saved from Original Sin and become adopted sons and daughters of God, the Father, through the sacrifice of God, the Son, and the workings of God, the Holy Spirit.