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CCD Seneca


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Welcome to all at St. Patrick's Church in Seneca. Our community is pleased to count you among its members. If you wish to Join Us, please click the link above, complete the "New Parishioner" form, and drop in the collection basket at either of our weekend masses. If you want ot submit your form online, please click Join Us Now.   

If you need to "update" any family information, please click on the Update Family link above, fill out the form, and drop in the collection basket at any of our weekend masses.


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This page is for information related to CCD at St. Patrick's Church in Seneca.

You will find the 2021-2022 CCD Schedule here:  2021-2022 CCD Schedule

You will find the 2021-2022 Registration Form here:  2021-2022 Registration Form

COVID - 19 Religious Education Waiver:  COVID 19 Religious Education Waiver - This waiver must be completed and turned in with your Registration Form

CCD Policies & Procedures 2021-2022 Handbook:  Policies and Procedures Handbook

 

 

Message from CCD Coordinator:  Mrs. Jennifer Doloski

On 7/22/21, based on guidance available at that time, the Diocese of Peoria announced an optional masking policy for the schools (and CCD programs) of the Diocese. We announced the same for the upcoming start of CCD.

However, following the Governor's announced mask mandate for all public schools, Bishop Jenky announced that all schools (and CCD programs) of the Diocese would also follow this mandate.

This means that when CCD classes begin in September, all students and CCD teachers must wear a facemask (covering mouth and nose) while in the Parish Center or church during class time. If the weather permits, teachers may choose to take their classes outside for "mask breaks" or to conduct entire lessons.

Please understand that this is not debatable at the parish level. Neither Father Millar nor I can establish masking rules for St. Patrick's that are contrary to what the Bishop's office directs.