The forms, letters and guides on this page are official and can be downloaded, filled and sent to the parish.
Discuss your Baptism with your parents and write a brief reflection.
We pray that your family is enjoying these last days of a summer filled with family fun and prayer. Looking forward to a new year of Faith Formation, we have enclosed materials concerning class placement and upcoming events which will enrich the faith life of the children and your family.
Use this form to record your community service time.
Prayerfully choose a Confirmation name, research the name and write a reflection about your choice. Use this form to help you.
Use this form to provide us with information to contact in the event of an emergency.
God has given each of us so many great gifts to share with others. However, we sometimes find it hard to recognize those gifts or we are shy in sharing those gifts. Please complete this form to help guide you to a perfect fit in St. Margaret’s Faith Formation Ministry. Remember, many hands make light work!
Parent Commitment to Faith Formation of my child/children
We are very excited to be working with your family this year. We strive to offer an enriching Catholic Faith Formation Program and can’t wait to get started. Please review the program guidelines as we work together to support your efforts as the primary teacher of your children in the Catholic faith.
Use this form if your child has previously been registered.
Use this form if your child has never been registered.
Your family’s wholehearted commitment to your child’s faith formation is celebrated within the Sacramental Prep Process at St. Margaret’s. The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd model of faith formation combines weekly class sessions with prayer services, retreat time and other events to offer the child the best possible environment to nurture his/her relationship with our Lord.
The role of sponsor is an important one for the Sacraments of Baptism and Confirmation. Today some may see the role as honorary, but the Church sees the sponsor, popularly called a godparent, as a fully-initiated Catholic who actively supports the newly Baptized or Confirmed by good example and instruction in the Christian life.