Middle School Religion


8th Grade Family Retreat

Mark your calendars!

Saturday t/b/a at the Parish Hall at 9:00 am.  The St. Agatha 8th grade parents along with son/daughter will have an opportunity to gather and share memorable moments.

7th Grade Lenten Retreat

On t/b/a our 7th graders will be attending a Lenten Retreat held at St. Agatha.  They will have the opportunity to enrich their faith and experience what the call to true discipleship.

2018 Chastity Day

The 8th grade student will have the opportunity to reflect on the gift of life and human dignity at the Annual Chastity Day that will be held t/b/a at t/b/a from t/b/a pm

Archdiocese of Miami - Focus 11

The 6th graders will have the opportunity to participate at the 2019 Vocational Rally that will be held at St. Agatha on t/b/a from 8:45 to 1 pm.

Religion - General Information

August  20, 2018

Dear Parent(s):
My name is Teresa Veciana, and I will be your child's Religion teacher. I am looking forward to a wonderful year of spiritual growth.  Nevertheless, I am a firm believer that as parents, you are the primary example to your child's growth in faith.  My efforts will be to enhance and motivate that growth.  With that in mind, I would like to encourage you to actively participate in your child's spiritual development.

8th Grade Welcoming Rite

8th Grade Sacrament of Confirmation Guidelines

October 27, 2017

Dear Parent(s) and Sponsor:

Attention Middle School Students and Parents!

             To:  Students and Middle School Parents
        From: Mrs. Patricia S. Hernandez, School Principal
                   Mrs. Teresa Veciana, Religion Teacher 
 Subjects: Students Completing Volunteer Hours while at Mass

The Origin of Halloween

Halloween has its origin in the festival of fire, death and darkness, celebrated by the Celtics. The Celtics were a primitive people united by language, customs and religious rituals, inhabiting Great Britain, France and Ireland. These peoples had four (4) social classes: Druid Priests, Nobility or Warring Class, Commoners and Slaves. They had two big feats a year: Beltane (May 1st) and Samhain (November 1st, day of the God of Dead).