“Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the Name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to observe everything that I have commanded you.” Matthew 28:19-20
The purpose of the Religion Curriculum at TMP is to equip Catholics of the next generation to understand and apply the teachings of Jesus Christ. The educational intent is to prepare our students; to be active parishioners, future parents skilled and knowledgeable to hand on the Catholic Faith to their children, students of higher education with perquisite skills to pursue additional Religious studies, and/or young men and women supported in the vocational choice of Religious Life or the Priesthood. Ultimately the goal of the Religion curriculum fulfilled is for each student to achieve faith’s goal: Eternal Salvation.
Religion is an entry level introduction to the basics of our faith as well as an introduction to the Bible. We have units covering subjects such as prayer, stewardship, the Angels, The Catholic Church 101, and apologetics. There are also units that introduce the Bible. These units are titled, putting the Bible together, Bible Writers, The Prophets, Books of the Bible, and People of the Bible.
Religion centers on Confirmation. The students spend time digging deeper into their faith, learning about Confirmation, and preparing for their Confirmation. We also spend time working on units like, the seven deadly sins, the Saints, social justice, Theology of the Body, and Vocations.