Confirmation Program for Grades 9-10

Confirmation is the Catholic sacrament of initiation into adult discipleship. The two-year process of preparation involves classes, service, liturgical ministry, reflection, and dinner retreats. Confirmation classes are held on Wednesday evenings from 6:45-8:00 pm in our church. Typically, Confirmation is conferred upon students in the tenth grade during the Easter Season or as the Bishop's schedule provides. Participation by students, parents and sponsors in meetings and retreats is required.

When parents attend Sunday Mass, this is the primary distinguishing mark of being a Catholic and is the cornerstone of all religious education.  The Christian formation of families, homes that are rooted in the Catholic faith doesn't just happen, but rather takes a comprehensive, intentional effort that includes frequent Mass attendance and participation in the life of our faith community as well as personal prayer and service.  The Catholic Church also recognizes that the primary responsibility for religious education of children and adults resides within the family. MMOC works in partnership with families to strengthen and provide well-rounded Catholic faith formation for our members of all ages.


About our Catechists


Our Religious Education faculty are dedicated, faithful men and women, many of whom have teaching in their professional backgrounds.

Diocese of La Crosse Guidelines for Reporting Instances of Child Abuse

The Diocese of La Crosse, through its policies and procedures, seeks to provide a prompt, appropriate and compassionate response to reporters of sexual abuse of a child by any diocesan agent (employee, volunteers, vendors, religious or clergy). Anyone wishing to make a report of an allegation of sexual abuse should send that report to the Most Reverend William Patrick Callahan, bishop of La Crosse, at the Diocese of La Crosse, P.O. Box 4004, La Crosse, WI 54602-4004. Alternatively, you can contact Mrs. Karen Becker, Victim Assistance Ministry, at 608-519- 8002. The reporting form is available through the Diocese of La Crosse Office of the Vicar for Clergy or on the diocesan website at Individuals are also encouraged to take their reports directly to civil authorities. Copies of the diocesan policy are available through your local parish and on the diocesan website. If you have any questions about the Diocese of La Crosse and the implementation of the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People, please contact Monsignor David Kunz, Vicar for Clergy, Diocese of La Crosse, at 608-791-2679 or

Updated 3 June 2018