Children's Religious Education

Children's Religious Education 


CCD Classes - PreK-12th Grade, September though May:


The goal of Religious Education is to help children respond to Christ and His Message through prayer and activities related to everyday life. We provide age appropriate catechism using various modalities of learning which engage our youth and motivate them to live out their faith. In addition to classroom time, our program also offers opportunities for time spent in Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and reception of the Sacrament of Reconciliation.

CCD includes Sacramental Preparation (First Reconciliation/ First Communion in 2nd Grade.)

CONFIRMATION UPDATE: Madalene will be joining the Church of St. Anne for Confirmation starting with those who will be Juniors in the 2018-19 school year.  The entire Confirmation preparation class will be held from Tuesday, May 29-Saturday June 2.  These will be day long retreats from 8:00am-5:00pm roughly, with the last 2 days being overnight at Camp Christian.  The Sacrament of Confirmation will be held at Madalene shortly after at a date to be determined.  There will be an informational meeting on April 8 at 2:00 at St. Anne.  Please refer all questions to Becky Holder, 918-744-0023, or [email protected] 

At the Church of the Madalene, all CCD classes are taught by volunteers who have been VIRTUS trained and have completed a back ground check. Classes for Pre-K through 8th grade meet on Sundays from 11:15-12:15.

VBS and Totus Tuus - PreK though 12th Grade, June and July: 

VBS and Totus Tuus are weeklong summer catechetical programs. The youth participate in activities and lessons base on the specific themes of the programs. VBS and Totus Tuus also provide an excellent opportunity for the older youth and parents to volunteer their time in service to the parish. 


Vocation Awareness Program:

The Vocation Awareness Program provides an opportunity for families to participate in a "traveling" Rosary activity. Families pledge to pray the rosary as a family as the pray and discuss the discernment process with their children.