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.
St. Josaphat Pray For Us
He felt a spark of fire leave the wounded side of the Crucified and enter his own heart, which was filled with joy.
Our School Mission
In our learning community, students will enrich their relationship with God, acquire an excellent academic foundation, and become good Catholic citizens.
Our Mission is lived daily in each classroom through word, thought and deed.
St. Josaphat Parish School Students
Pray at the start/conclusion of each school day,
before lunch service and whenever school or class intentions call for special reflection.
Attend all-school Masses hosted by a different class 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
Students in grades 5-8 audition with our music teacher, Mr. Gwozdz to secure a spot as an all-school Mass cantor. This provides an incredible opportunity for strong singers to use their talents for worship and prayer.
Exclusively for our older female students, these volunteers help prepare the sacristy and its contents. This group meets twice monthly for lunch and learn sessions and fellowship-building activities.
Staff Faith Formation
We believe the best catechesis stems from parents and teachers who know and understand their faith. In the spirit of this belief, SJPS has supported a long-standing teacher-led committee whose mission is to nurture the faith formation of our adults, youth, and children; to acknowledge God in their lives; to promote a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, and to embrace the empowerment of God’s Holy Spirit.