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Religious Education Sign-Up 2019-2020

Parents, From now on, Religious education Sign-up will take place through our website and not on paper forms. If you are registering a NEW student for Religious Ed, please fill out the New Student Religious Education Sign-Up 2019-2020 along with the Re-Registration for Religious Ed. 2019-2020. Parents with children registering for Religious Ed, only need to fill out the Re-Registration for Religious Ed. 2019-2020. You can click the links here our the ones below. Thank you so much for your cooperation.



Before 7/1/2019      After 7/1/2019
Deadline for a discount has passed $50 for entire family

If there is any difficulty with RE Fees, or for any other questions, please contact Jesse Martin, the Pastoral Associate at the office @ 570-546-3900 ext. 124 or email him at dreresurrection@gmail.com.


Forms for 2019-2020 Religious Education Registration.

For NEW Students -----> New Student Religious Education Sign-Up 2019-2020

For NEW Students and Returning Students -----> Re-Registration for Religious Ed. 2019-2020

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Word on Fire

One Cheer for George Will’s “The Conservative Sensibility”

I have been following George Will’s thought for a long time. I’m old enough to remember when his column occupied the last page of Newsweek magazine every other week and when he sat in the chair of conservative thought on David Brinkley’s Sunday morning political talk show. I have long admired his graceful literary style and his clipped, smart manner of speech. Will was always especially good when, with lawyerly precision, he would take apart the sloppy thinking of one of his intellectual or political opponents. When I taught an introductory course in political philosophy at Mundelein Seminary many years ago, I used Will’s book Statecraft as Soulcraft to get across to my students what the ancients meant by the moral purpose of government. And so it was with great interest that I turned to Will’s latest offering, a massive volume called The Conservative Sensibility, a book that both in…

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Un solo hurra por “The Conservative Sensibility”

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Vatican “struggling to put out fire” over JPII Institute

In a new letter published by respected Italian journalist, Aldo Maria Valli, an informed source, speaking on condition of anonymity,...

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Ragged claws . . .

I should have been a pair of ragged claws Scuttling across the floors of silent seas. And the afternoon, the...

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The more states that enact laws permitting assisted suicide, the more sick and elderly people will believe the physicians who...

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