Faith Formation

With great joy, we welcome you to the Faith Formation Department of St. Agnes Academy! This department with its mission, position, and purpose was created and developed by the Servants of the Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary. Its mission statement is, “Through prayerful experience, knowledge, service, and human formation, to provide a path for many hearts to encounter the Lord and live JOY: Jesus first, Others second, and Yourself last.” The purpose of this department is to increase our Catholic identity and prioritize our growth in faith. It seeks to bring deep meaning to our faith in every area of our school community through an overarching Catholic Vision.

The Department oversees the faith formation of the students, staff, and families of St. Agnes. It provides retreats, classes, resources for growing in one’s faith and sharing this faith with others, access to solid curriculum, and faith enrichment experiences (Masses, adoration, consecrations, rosaries, prayers, etc.). The Faith Formation Department coordinates with committees, families, and individuals in order to foster a coherent Catholic vision for our school community. More than anything, however, this department exists for you – to pray for you, to listen to you, to be available to you, to provide resources and support to help you form your children to become the saints they are called to be. We are here for you.

Please be assured of our constant prayers for you and your family, and do not hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns. We are one family. Let us support each other through prayer, service, and the holiness of our lives to build the civilization of love and life within our St. Agnes family and the whole world.

Click here to see the informative Faith Formation slide presentation.

For further information please contact Faith Formation Department Director, Sr. Alyssa Renée Eaton, SCTJM, at

May Our Lady be our refuge and lead us always to the Heart of Christ!

Mother Adela Galindo, SCTJM, is the foundress of the Religious Community the Servants of the Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary. Please read Mother Adela's biography, which explains how the Institute of the Servants of the Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary was born.

Click on the images below to learn more about the Two Hearts symbols and meaning.