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Parish Involvement Project

It is very important for parish leaders to encourage families to attend Mass regularly. Below, the Catholic Schools Office has shared some samples of letters and resources recently sent out by school principals and pastors.  Please take a look and discuss with your pastor and parish staff regarding adopting a similar approach for religious education families.  If you have a parish school, you may want to work with them.

All Saints Catholic Academy, Naperville
Mass Reflection Primary
Mass Reflection Intermediate

Holy Family, Shorewood
Faith Pledge
Mass Reflection
Letter from the Pastor
Letter from the Principal

Holy Trinity, Westmont
Mass Reflection

Ss. Peter and Paul, Naperville
Letter from Rev. Thomas Milota, Pastor
Reflection
Teacher Discussion Guide
Trinity Pledge

St. Jude, New Lenox
All School Sunday Mass

St. Raymond, Joliet
Letter from Very Rev. Brad Baker, Rector
Trinity Pledge Overview
Parent Tips for Mass Attendance (booklet)