Online Resources

Adult classes are held throughout the year to help broaden your understanding of church history and scripture. For information on topics being offered, schedules and registration, please contact Jocelyne Carrigan, Director of Adult Religious Education, at 561-997-5486. You can also visit the diocesan website at and click on the Education link for information on other educational opportunities throughout the diocese.

faithful_citzenshipYou can find a variety of resources to help you, your family and your fellow parishioners become active faithful citizens on the U.S. Bishops’ website:



All Catholics

U.S. Bishops’ statement: Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship
Articles on issues
Videos and Podcasts
Family Guide to faithful citizenship
11-week scripture study
Novena for faithful citizenship

Parish and Diocesan Leaders

Planning ideas
Prayer and worship
Adult education and small faith community sharing
Tips for conducting candidate forums
Ideas for campus and young adult ministers
Lesson plans for elementary and junior/senior high school
Activities for high school students
Games for all ages

Young Catholics

New ways to pray!
“Are you a faithful citizen?” quiz
Coffee discussion guide
E-postcards to send to friends
Become a youth advocate
… and much more at