2018-19 Religious Education Registration Open!

Registration is open for 2018-19!  Please complete the registration form.  

We remain committed to maintaining a low ratio of students to adults in the building during class time.  With that in mind, please note that class meeting days for grades 1-4 will depend on the distribution of students per day and the availability of volunteers.  We will be in touch with you after you register to gauge your availability.

Projected 2018-19 class offerings: 

Elementary grades (1-4) – 3:45 – 5:00 (Specific grades will depend on enrollment results)
Grades 5, 6, & 7 – 5:30 – 6:30

Elementary grades (1-4) – 3:45-5:00 (Specific grades will depend on enrollment results)

Confirmation 1 & 2
11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Other class days and times may be available if there is sufficient interest and availability of volunteers.  Please contact the office if you are interested in volunteering this year.

Rest in Peace Rev. Francis X. Wallace, 1921-2018

FALMOUTH, MA – The Reverend Francis X. Wallace, 96, decorated Army Chaplain, died Thursday, March 22, 2018 at the Catholic Memorial Home in Fall River. He was born in Beverly to Harry W. and Florence (Hayes) Wallace.

Father Wallace attended Holy Family High School in New Bedford and St. Anselm College in Manchester NH. After studies at St. Mary’s Seminary and University in Baltimore, MD, he was ordained a priest for the Diocese of Fall River in 1947. From his first assignment at Corpus Christi Parish in Sandwich, he entered the Army Chaplaincy in 1950.

After Chaplain School at Ft. Slocum, NY, Father Wallace served with the 24th and 40th Infantry Divisions in the Korean War and then with the Basic Trainees at Camp Carson, CO, an artillery group in Germany, the Infantry School at Ft. Benning, GA, and the 25th Infantry Division at Schofield Barracks, HI.

In 1962, he was sent to Edgewood arsenal, MD, returning to Korea in 1965, followed by duty with the 1st Army Headquarters in charge of chaplain recruitment and as Deputy Army Chaplain. He served in Vietnam as Command Chaplain with the 24th Corps and 1st Logistical Command. His final Army duties were as Post Chaplain, Fr. Meade, MD, and then with the Southern European Task Force, a NATO presence in Italy, Greece and Turkey. Father Wallace served in the Army for 26 years attaining the rank of Colonel.

Upon completion of military service, Father Wallace was assigned in 1977 as Parochial Vicar at St. Patrick Church in Falmouth. He retired from active ministry in 1994 and remained in residence at St. Patrick rectory.

For 17 years, Father Wallace ministered at Falmouth Hospital; known throughout the community for his work with the sick of all denominations. The Town of Falmouth proclaimed a “Father Wallace Day” in 1994.