Catechism class registration going on now

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Registration for Religious Education Classes at Infant Jesus of Prague Catholic Church in Kearny is currently being taken. Parents may register their child(ren) after the 9:00 a.m. Mass on Sundays in the Parish Hall or by calling the Director of Religious Education Dolores Esquivel at 363-7193 or the Parish Office at 363-7605 for more information.

These classes (Catechism) are open to students Pre-K through High School. Registration fees are $20 a student and $30 for a family of two or more children living in the same household.

New students baptized outside the parish need to show proof of baptism. This is mandatory for students who will enter the First Communion and Confirmation programs.

Proof of baptism for children baptized at Infant Jesus should be on file in the Parish Office, but parents are urged to check on that information.

Volunteer teachers and aides are also being sought. The curriculum will be changed this year and training for new and returning teachers and aides will be provided in the next several weeks. Dates and times will be announced.

Classes for Pre-K through Junior High will be held after the 9:00 a.m. Mass on Sundays (tentatively set for 10:30 until 12:00 p.m.). High School Classes, Confirmation Classes and Youth Ministry days and times will be announced at a later date.

Classes are scheduled to begin Sept. 23.

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