Religious Education/Youth Ministry/CCD
 
The first catechists in any child’s life are the family members with whom he or she lives. What happens at home – both positive and negative – provides lessons for life. In the family, faith is shared as part of the unfolding of daily life. The home or “domestic church” provides a real place in which a child learns to live his or her faith as well as understanding it.

Our goal at St. Thomas More is to create a program of lifelong faith formation that is centered in and flows out of the events of Church life with a particular focus on the spiritual and religious needs of the students at the University of South Carolina. The majority of our programs are directed at college aged students, but we also provide resources, including religious education, for parents wishing to educate their children in the Catholic faith.

Please contact Mr. Steve Brown for information about religious education.
We encourage you to join us either for the RCIA or to contact Deacon Steve Brown at 803.799.5870 or via email steve@stthomasmoreusc.org with any questions about Catholicism.