The Faith Formation & Education Office exists to form adults, youth, and children toward a lived knowledge of Jesus Christ as He is known in the Catholic faith.

Elementary           Youth Ministry            Sacraments            Adult

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We are currently registering for grades 1st through 5th Grades. Also, registration for Youth Ministry (6th – 12th grades) is available as well! Our schedule is below.

If you have any questions regarding Elementary R.E. please contact Isabella Rice at IRice@blessedsacramentscotts.org. For Youth Ministry questions, please contact Randall Justman at RJustman@blessedsacramentscotts.org.

Classes begin the week of September 25th! Download the registration here: Fillable Registration Packet and Fillable Student Info Sheet (one per student).


4:30 – 6:00 p.m. for grades 1st through 3rd.

6:30 – 8:00 p.m. for grades 2nd through 5th. Middle School (6th – 8th) also meets at this time.


4:30 – 6:00 p.m. for grades 1st through 5th.


After the 5:00 p.m. Mass – 8:00 p.m. for High School (9th – 12th).


Contact Us

Main Number: (480) 998-1665
Fax: (480) 951-3844

Larry Fraher
Director of Faith Formation & Education

Randall Justman
Coordinator of Youth & Young Adult Ministries

Isabella Rice
Coordinator of Elementary Religious Education

Erika Jackson
Administrative Assistant

Evelyn Peterson
Office Assistant/Receptionist

Office Hours


 Foundational Principles

Catechesis is ongoing and lifelong – 
Catechesis is intimately connected to the liturgical and sacramental life of the parish – 
The focus of catechesis is the parish community – 
Programs for catechesis are complementary (completing) NOT competitive with other parish programs – 
The methods used in this approach are: Relationship Building; Faith Sharing; Content Presented is Connected with the Sunday Readings (Lectionary Based); and, Discipleship Oriented (Building Skills for the Christian Life) – 
Family Friendly: Catechetical Programming for children will assist the parent to fulfill their role as their child’s primary catechist –