Come to the Table to Support Faith Formation

Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools has significant expenses to support the faith formation of its 18,000 students. Priests and lay chaplains, religious education coordinators, sacred space in each of our schools, rosary clubs, and staff and student retreats are examples of these unfunded expenses.

Supporting faith formation in our schools will ensure we remain faithful to our mission without compromising classroom resources.

Grade 12 student Melissa spelled out the value of Catholic faith-based education recently:

”I found that I benefited from going to a Catholic school because of the opportunity you have to attend school masses. BJM High School introduced St. Anne’s Parish to me in Grade 9 at our first school mass. I learned a lot from the mass and soon started attending regular masses there with my family. This led me to begin volunteering at the children’s liturgy, which I’ve really enjoyed doing these past years.”

Thanks to the past generosity of Catholic school supporters, the Foundation was able to provide financial support to fully furnish the sacred space in each of the six new schools opened in 2017.

St Kateri Sacred Space