Social Outreach, Faith Formation, Catholic Charities, the Diocese of San Diego and Catholic Relief Services are excited to participate in the global campaign called “Share the Journey” launched by Pope Francis. The goals are to support immigrants around the world, to dispel fear of newcomers and to raise awareness of why so many people are compelled to leave their homes at this time. Throughout its modern history, immigrants from many countries have settled in our region, toiling day in and day out to build it into one of the great places in the world to live.
Join us on Saturday, November 10th, 2018 for our Share the Journey Pilgrimage.
Faith Formation (Catechetical Ministry) allows us to develop a life-long relationship with Jesus Christ. Mission San Luis Rey Parish offers several programs for all ages.
Tues. 9am‐1pm & 5pm‐9pm
Wed.‐Sat. 9am‐4 pm; Sun. 7:30am‐1pm
Coordinator of Youth / Young Adult Ministry(760) 547-0702
Elena Zavala, MDiv
Director of Faith Formation(760) 547-0715
Elena Zavala, MDivDirector of Faith Formation
Registration for Religious Education is now closed. Registration takes place each year from July thru August. All families who wish to register their children must first be registered at Mission San Luis Rey Parish.
K thru 6th Grade classes meet on Sunday mornings:
English – 9:00 – 9:50 am / Spanish 10:40 – 11:45 am
(Preschool classes take place during Sunday, 10 am and 12 noon (Spanish) Masses t
6th- 8th Grade classes meet Tuesday evenings from 6:30 – 8:00 pm
High School / Confirmation
Confirmation is the final stage of initiation into the Church. With the Sacrament comes the grace from God to embrace the faith more fully to be a witness for Christ in the world. Confirmation is a two year High School program. Preparation may begin in the 9th grade. Students must be at least 15 years old to receive Confirmation.
Adult Initiation (RCIA)
Initiation for Adults who wish to become Catholic – With the process of Christian Initiation, men and women at all stages of their faith journey come together in a non-threatening and non-pressured atmosphere to learn more about the Catholic church.