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Grade 2 Program

The Grade 2 Program at Queen of the Rosary Parish focuses on preparation for the sacraments of Reconciliation and Communion.  Key objectives are:

  • to realize God’s loving care for us
  • to respond to God’s call to give ourselves in loving service to Him and others
  • to prepare for the Sacrament of Reconciliation
  • to prepare for the Sacrament of Communion

Students use Christ Our Life, God’s Gift: Reconciliation, and God’s Gift: Eucharist texts to learn about God’s care for us and the sacraments of Reconciliation and Communion. Each child also receives My Big Book of Catholic Bible Stories to develop an understanding and love of Scripture.  In addition, each child receives a personal booklet: My Own Mass Booklet

The sacramental celebrations of Reconciliation and Communion are parish-wide liturgies and include Grade 2 students from both local school districts and Queen of the Rosary School.  First Reconciliation is usually celebrated in February of each year, and First Communion is celebrated in May.

The Grade 2 Program includes the following components:

  • Parent Orientation Meeting
  • Teaching Mass
  • Catholic Bible Stories
  • Sacramental Preparation for Reconciliation
      - Classroom sessions
      - Prayer services
      - Special presentation on Reconciliation
  • Sacramental Preparation for Communion
      - Classroom sessions
      - Prayer services
      - Special presentation on Communion
      - First Communion Retreat
      - First Communion Practice

The Program consists of 22 sessions plus the First Communion Retreat, First Communion Practice, and Sacraments of Reconciliation and Communion, which run from September through May of each year.  Sessions are held in the school or church facilities on Saturday mornings, from 9:00am to 10:30am.  The Schedule of Sessions, Schedule of Events, and Guiide to First Confession are shown below:

If you would like more information about the Grade 2 Program, please call Ryann Goulet, Director of Religious Education, at the Religious Education Office (847-437-3349) or send an email to RyannGoulet@qotr.org.