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High School Faith Formation - Life Teen

Check back soon for summer updates and CFF registration for 21-22.


Life Teen - High School Faith Formation (gr. 9-12)

The Life Teen High School program allows young people to be open to the Holy Spirit through social, educational, and spiritual experiences to build upon their foundation of the Catholic faith and become spiritual participants within the Church now and into the future.  High School program emphasizes how the Catholic faith is relevant for teens today. It is a four year curriculum based on the USCCB’s high school framework of Catechesis. 
Outside of the program, we offer students several spiritual and social events throughout the year, such as retreats, conferences, service trips, and more! Further information on these events is communicated throughout the year via email and social media such as Facebook and Instagram.
NEW AND IMPORTANT SCHEDULING INFORMATION:  Classes are held Sunday from 6:00–7:30pm from October through April.  Click here for the detailed calendar of class and event dates: MS/HS CFF Fall Calendar 2020 Oct-Dec  For the Faith Formation Registration form for the 2020-21 year:  click here.  

Please click here to sign and submit the Acceptance of Internet Safety Responsibility and Permission to Deliver Online Content to Youth.  All MS and HS families must have this permission on file for the 20-21 CFF year.

For questions, contact Whitney Cunningham, Coordinator of Middle and High School Youth Ministry or call the CFF office at 891-8867.


Social Media  Important information specifically for MS and HS

Holy Family’s Internet Use Policy for its employees establishes strict guidelines as to proper conduct on the Internet and the appropriate content of communications, blogs, and websites.  Behavior must adhere to the Diocesan Standards of Ministerial Behavior in Dealing with Children and Young People at all times. 

As church workers who care deeply about our young people, we urge parents to regularly monitor their children’s internet, electronic devices and social networking activity.  The Virtus, Michigan CSI, and MI Attorney General’s websites have great information on the parental role in internet safety. 

We intend to communicate regularly with students via Social Media.  The Diocese of Grand Rapids does not allow ministry participant minors to interact with employees of the parish without written consent from the parent or guardian.  Your permission is requested on the registration form.

You can follow us on:
· Instagram:  HolyFamily_Whitney
· Facebook Page:  Holy Family Youth Ministry 
· Remind Texting Service*: MS Text @HolyFamMS to 81010
                                              HS Text @HolyFamHS 81010