Religious Education

Immaculate Conception Religious Education

Attendance email 
[email protected]

(for attendance purposes only)
Parents must  report a child's absence from a Religious Education class session.
Parents will be called in  accordance with Diocesan policy if no call/email has been received
pior to the beginning of class.


Welcome to the Immaculate Conception Religious Education webpage.

Here you will find much of the information regarding our Religious Education program.  Please feel free to browse! 
Please do not hesitate to contact us via the "Staff" tab on the right with any questions you may  have.

Thank you for your continued commitment to the Faith of your children and your family.
We are blessed to be a part of it.


News and Noteworthy...

Religious Education registration materials for the 2021-2022 school year will be emailed in mid-May to families enrolled in our program over the past two years.  Registration information will be posted on this webpage as well.  We are looking forward to the opportunity to share the Catholic faith with our Church family. 

ICRE 2nd semester in person class calendar can be found here.

1st Holy Communion 

The celebration of 1st Eucharist will take place on Saturday May 1/ Saturday May 8 in the Sacred Heart Chapel. 2nd Graders and their parents will be receiving information concerning the Health and Safety Guidelines for the celebration of 1st Eucharist as well as the details for registering for a particular date/time. Check your emails for these important details.
ALL RE In Person families are  reminded to review the Health & Safety Guidelines prior to attending the Sunday/Tues RE Sessions.

Jr. High Service information can be found here.

Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you have.
The Immaculate Conception Religious Education Office is a formational ministry serving the faith community of Immaculate Conception Parish.  It operates under the direction of Religious Education Staff with the support and advice of the Religious Education Advisory Board.  It promotes the Reign of God through life-long faith formation.  It seeks to proclaim the Word of God, foster Sacramental celebrations and worship, and further the work of justice and service.  It implements the guidelines of the National Catechetical Directory and the policies of the Diocese of Joliet.

The Blest Are We series used in our program is a spiral curriculum built on the four pillars of the catechism and is used in grades one through eight.  These four pillars of the Catholic faith are:
  The Profession of Faith – The Creed (What We Believe)
•  The Celebration of the Christian Mystery – Liturgy and Sacraments (How We Celebrate)
•  Life in Christ – Christian Morality (How We Live)
•  Christian Prayer – A Personal Relationship with God (How We Pray)

Classes are held on Wednesday evenings, 5:10-6:15 p.m. in the Immaculate Conception Grade School.  Classes are also offered on Sunday mornings, 10:10-11:15 a.m. in both the IC grade school and high school buildings.  Parents may choose either day for attendance.

Our Catechist/Catechist aides participate in the Religious Education Ministry and share their faith with  our young people.  As the faith of our young grows, they learn and grow as well in this truly rewarding ministry.  Our program could not be a success without them. We urge you to pray on consideration of joining this rewarding minsitry.