Cub Scouts

Cub Scouting at Mary, Queen of Peace Pack 310 is for boys in Kindergarten through 5th grades. Numerous fun-filled pack activities evolve around learning, personal growth, achievement and camaraderie. We emphasize involvement of the whole family in activities including: Overnight Camping Trips, Pinewood Derby Races, Cubmobile Races, Raingutter Regatta, Field Trips, Summer Day Camp, Family Picnic and Achievement and Award Celebrations. The Pack is divided into individual Dens, typically with 6-12 boys in the same group. Den activities include rank advancement and achievements, crafts, games, skits, field trips and fun. Our Pack meetings take place at 3 p.m. on Sundays in MQPCS Cafeteria. Individual dens typically meet twice a month. Contact the Cub Scout liaison for more details.

Contact Kasi Treser
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Girl Scouts

The Girl Scout troops at Mary, Queen of Peace offer an opportunity for community building among girls of all ages. For details on meeting times and more, contact the school office.

Contact 985-674-2466

Liturgy of the Word, Children

On Sunday during the 8 a.m. Mass, we offer Liturgy of the Word for children in grades first through fourth grades. At 9:30 a.m. Mass, we will offer Liturgy of the Word for Children in pre-K through first grade and Liturgy of the Word for Children in second through fourth grade. The children are dismissed from Mass with a facilitator. They listen to the Gospel read from the Children’s Lectionary and then discuss the Gospel on a level that is appropriate to their age. Registration is not required to attend.


Jenny Kuehl

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Sacramental Prep

It is the policy of the Archdiocese that all children receiving the sacraments of Reconciliation, Eucharist and Confirmation attend two full years of religious education classes in CCD or Catholic School before the immediate preparation for the sacrament. Preparation is handled in the church parish by the Religious Education department, not by the Catholic school. Confirmation is held in 11th grade and therefore students must have attended 9th and 10th grade. Confirmation classes are held on Sunday evenings. Reconciliation and Eucharist are usually prepared for in the second grade. All three of the sacraments require parent meetings and support of the program by parents, whether the child is in Catholic, pubic or private school. Home materials are used along with classroom materials for each preparation. Interviews are held with parents and the child present before sacraments can be received. Please note that all children in 1st through 12th grade should attend Religious Education classes either in the church parish or in a Catholic school. The Archdiocese recognizes no other programs or schools for preparing your child's Religious Faith formation.

Contact DRE
Jewell Bayhi
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