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FORMING THE MIND, SOUL AND SPIRIT

We develop our Catholic faith and a deep commitment to God through liturgies, prayer, daily instruction, special celebrations, and through personal involvement with our faith community.

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Our MISSION

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To seek the light of salvation through right faith, sure hope, perfect charity
and the knowledge to do God's Holy Will.

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St. Josaphat Parish School Students...

Pray throughout the day and whenever school or class intentions call for special reflection.

Attend all-school Masses each week and during Holy seasons.

Engage in school-wide Rosary devotionals and

other prayer services.

Prepare for and receive the sacraments.

Experience  Eucharistic Adoration.

Assist in community service projects.

Experience daily Catholic catechesis as prescribed by the Archdiocese of Milwaukee Grade-Specific Religious Education Curriculum.

STUDENT SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

THE GUILD
THE GUILD

Reserved for boys in grades 4-8, students who seek to perfect the craft of serving at the Sacred Liturgy. This group meets twice monthly for lunch and learn practice sessions and fellowship-building activities.

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The BailiCANS
The BailiCANS

A girls' service club for students in grades 4-8 dedicated to bringing Christ's Kingdom to the community through meaningful projects and activities.

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STUDENT CHOIR
STUDENT CHOIR

Students in grades 1-6 who demonstrate strong singing ability may lead the school in song during weekly Mass.  This is an incredible opportunity for strong singers to use their talents for worship and prayer.

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READERS
READERS

Open to students in grades 4-8 interested in assisting with weekly Mass.  Under the direction of Mr. Markiewicz, Readers develop their public speaking skills with particular reverence for Sacred Scripture.

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STAFF FAITH FORMATION

We believe the best catechesis stems from parents and teachers who know and understand their faith.  SJPS teachers embrace a life-long learning approach to their own spiritual and theological development by partaking in personal studies, our monthly Catholic Study Series and all Archdiocisian requirements. We live what we believe and invite our students and families to do the same.

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