Education is Power

What is Religious Education?

Education is the strongest tool that a Catholic can use to become an important instrument for the Lord. Learning is not something just for our children, but for adults as well. Our parish welcomes you to open your hearts and minds to learning the teachings of Christ. Knowledge can empower our hearts and minds to understand the true nature of Christ's teachings. Click here to learn more about classes and the and educational opportunities we offer to our children and adults. Click here to learn more about our Bible Studies.

Parish Registration

In order to attend religious classes at our parish, your family must be a registered parishioner. Please contact the parish office if you would like more information on becoming a parishioner, or if you need to change your address information.


Running a religious education program is an important process, and requires a lot of help from volunteers. We appreciate any help and time you can give to help us educate our parishioners. The basic requirements to becoming a Catechist include:

  • Being a practicing Catholic with a desire to share your faith.
  • If you are married, you must be married within the Catholic church.
  • Commitment to attending class every Sunday, September through May
  • The Archdiocese requires that you attend Abuse Awareness Training for Adults: Creating a Safe Environment For Our Children Workshop. To register, or for information please call Annette at 505-831-8144. Visit and/or click on Prevention Workshops.

Our Parish

Whether you are a Catholic or not, our arms are open with love, and you can come rejoice with us for the many gifts that our Lord has given.

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Our Churches

Our uniquely constructed churches are located throughout the Pojoaque Valley and contain magnificent artwork such as Santos and Retablos.

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Curious about events in our parish such as Baptisms, First Holy Communions, Holy Days, Religious Trips, Special Events, and Weddings?

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Learn more about the church with our educational programs and grow into the teachings of our Savior by helping to fulfill our sacramental journeys.

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Learn about our prayer groups, charities, societies, and substance abuse groups such as alcoholics anyonymous.

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