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Religious Education Classes


Religious Education Classes for Deaf Children

We offer religious education classes for deaf children and adults. Classes for children are offered at a variety of parishes in a mainstreamed setting. We work closely with both the Director of Religious Education and the classroom teacher to educate hearing persons to the special gifts and needs of the mainstreamed deaf student.


Self-contained Classes for Deaf Students

Self-contained classes for deaf students are offered on Wednesday evenings at St. John the Apostle in North Richland Hills. Classes are taught by deaf adults or hearing adults familiar with ASL and Deaf Culture. Hearing and deaf adults and children conclude the evening by meeting as a single community, serving as a support group for one another.

St. John the Apostle Catholic Church
Formation Center
4101 Frawley Drive
North Richland Hills, TX 76180
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Time: 7:00 - 8:00 PM


Religious Education Classes for Hearing Children of Deaf Adults

Hearing children of deaf adults may enroll in Religious Education Classes at their home parish or at the deaf community parish. Parents are provided an interpreter as needed so they may participate in their child’s religious education experience.


Locations: Religious Education Class

The following parishes host Religious Education Classes for deaf and hearing-impaired students, or hearing students of deaf parents. Click on the links below to view a Google map.

Please contact the Deaf Ministry Coordinator if you are interested in RCIA, RCIC, Sacramental Preparation Classes, or Religious Education Classes.




Connie Martin
Coordinator of Deaf Ministry,
Special Needs Services

817-591-0186 (VP)

Skype: cmartin-deafministry

Deacon Don Warner
Director of Chaplaincy


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