Faith Formation at St. Philip

“The Church’s catechetical mission aims to help the faithful of all ages to grow in both human and Christian maturity, enriching the whole of life with the leaven of the Gospel. Consequently, appropriate goals and content will embrace all the faith dimensions of an adult life—for example, understanding and communicating the faith, skills needed for personal growth, the experience of family life, relationships, public service, and concern for the common good.”



Our adult faith formation ministry aims to engage the particular needs and interests of our adults at St. Philip. To be faithful and effective we strive to offer, over time, a comprehensive and systematic presentation and exploration of the core elements of Catholic faith and practice—a complete initiation into a Catholic way of life.

Adult Faith Formation Page

St. Philip Catholic Church

Children & Youth

Our parish religious education programs for pre-K to 12th grade help parents to train their children in the practice of the faith by beginning religious education as young as three years old! We continue faith formation for our youth through their senior year in high school. After that, they have the opportunity to become part of our college student and young adult ministries. Faith formation is a lifelong activity!

Children & Youth Page

Formed pulls together the best in Catholic movies, children’s programming, audio dramas and books to provide a trusted and engaging entertainment alternative in support of a Catholic lifestyle. Subscriptions are free for St. Philip Parishioners.

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Formed Page


“The Seven Sacraments continue the saving work of Jesus until he comes again and form the center of the celebration of the Christian mystery.” See our Sacraments Page for information on the Seven Sacraments and our sacramental preparation programs.

Sacraments Page

Young Adults

Veritas is a network of young adults – from college students to those in their 30’s – at St. Philip. Our mission is to aid in the formation of lifelong Catholics, with a solid understanding of the Church’s teachings, who actively participate in the sacraments and contribute to the Catholic faith community at large.

Young Adults Page