Welcome to St. Francis Xavier’s Youth Formation Program.

All students in Middle School and High School meet on Wednesdays from Mid-September to the beginning of May. Classes are held at the Education Center from 6:30-8pm unless otherwise noted on the calendar. All classes are encouraged to spend 10-20 minutes in various forms of prayer during class time. Each grade participates in monthly large group classes that bring the students out of the classroom and offer an opportunity to encounter Christ through dynamic talks, activities and prayer.

Middle School

6th grade – The focus is learning the main stories and people of the Bible, both Old and New Testament using the  GEN2REV Bible Study and Encounter Bible Study for Middle School by Ascension Press.

7th grade – The first half of the year is focused on learning the basic beliefs of our faith with a RCIC type topic based lesson plan. The second half of the year is Theology of the Body for Middle School by Ascension Press.

8th grade – The curriculum for eighth grade is an continuation and compilation of both the 6th and 7th grade curricula. We use the T3 Timeline Bible Study with Mark Hart by Ascension Press to  bring Scripture and the teachings of the faith together.


High School

At the end of 8th grade, all students have the opportunity to choose between attending Traditional Faith Formation classes or join a Discipleship Group. See the Handbook for more information.

Traditional Faith Formation classes

The curriculum for High School is Chosen, Theology of the Body for Teens and Altaration by Ascension Press. This is a two year study beginning in 9th grade.

Discipleship groups

Discipleship groups are formed over the summer. The groups meet in the homes of the leaders or the students. The times and days of the week may vary depending on the group. This group is intended to meet all 4 years of high School. We use a variety of different curricula including YDisciple by Augustine Institute, Decision Point with Matthew Kelly by Dynamic Catholic, Teen Bible Studies with Mark Hart by Ascension Press.



One of the most important things that we can do to foster a young person’s faith is to create opportunities for them to have a true encounter with Our Lord. For many youth, as well as adults, until an initial encounter with Jesus Christ has taken place there is little to no interest in the teachings. Our program strives to create settings and events that set the stage for a young person to allow God to touch their heart and let them know how much they are loved. Each student is required to attend the retreat(s) scheduled for their grade level. Click on links below for information and permission forms.

Grade 6 & 7:

Saturday, Oct 14, 2017 – Mandatory Retreat hosted at St. Francis Xavier Ed. Ctr

Grade 8:

Oct 7, 2017 – NET Lifeline

Grade 9:

Oct 28, 2017 – Archdiocesan Youth Day

Grade 10:

Oct 28, 2017 – Archdiocesan Youth Day

Feb 2-4, 2018 – Weekend Retreat

Traveling Chalice Program

STFXChaliceThis program is for all St. Francis Xavier families. It’s purpose is to bring an awareness of religious vocations to our parish and encourage prayer and an openness to the religious life. Click on the image to sign up or for more information.

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If our Lord found Joseph worthy to protect and provide for Him, why shouldn’t we do the same?

Saint Joseph, patron of the universal Church and terror of demons, pray for us.

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TFC tonight is dress rehearsal for living stations of the cross. Dinner is at 5:30, with rehearsal at 6:00 at the education center. Come with hair braided and bring clothes for under costumes.

For others, the parish penance service is tonight at 7:00 at the church.

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“Jesus said, ‘Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.'” -Matthew 28:19

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