February Super Saturdays: 

February 8 & 22

So excited for all the happenings that we have planned for the Winter Session of Super Saturdays!

If you did not receive your Family Take Home Packet from January 25, be sure to call Marcy! It has a great deal of important information about the last 5 Super Saturdays of our Winter Session!

Closing Prayer 9/28/2019

Mats of Love Service Project

Click HERE for the Super Saturdays Project flyer.

Click HERE for information on Mats of Love

Registration for Super Saturdays

  • Children in Kindergarten through 8th Grade are invited and welcomed to join our Super Saturdays formation program.

  • If you registered last year, your packet will be mailed in August.

  • Welcome to our new families! Please stop by the rectory, call or email Marcy. We are so happy you are joining us!

  • We are working on some great ideas for the Fall Season of Super Saturdays. Check back for updates and news. 

  • Calendar is posted below. 

We bless the children during opening prayer before we send them off to class.
Family Day: 9/28/2019

Parent Corner

Here are some helpful links and great resources to help you build up your Catholic Home!

Take Home Packets for 2019-2020

Super Saturday Season

Rada fundraiser is back!

Check out the catalog or order online to help suppport our formation efforts at St. Pat's.

Harriet's Cupboard Info

Here is what 2 classes donated to Harriet's Cupboard, as part of our year long project.

Family Movies for Home
Registration News

It's never too late to Register for Super Saturdays!  

Registration forms will be available beginning in mid-August.

  • Reminder: children and youth who are preparing for First Reconciliation, First Communion and Confirmation need to attend the Super Saturdays classes. 

  • The Family Fee does not need to be included when you register your family

If you have any questions, please call Marcy at the rectory: 330-743-1109 or by email at:

Links to workbook sites:

We are sharing these two links to movie lists which  we think are suitable for most children (they do list recommended ages). To be sure that your values are represented, we strongly suggest that you view the movies first before you show them to your children or, ideally, watch them as a family. Also, have conversations during the movies, pointing things out and asking questions. Check back in a few days for some additional tips and hints for successful family movie watching at home! For additional resources, check out Sr. Rose at the Movies.