Following Christ is a challenging, arduous journey. At the same time, it is the greatest journey we can embark upon in this life. In the video below, Fr. Mike comments on 4 essentials of a Disciple.

While these essentials of Following Christ apply to each of us universally, the specifics may look different depending on our age, our state in life, and a bunch of different factors. At Saint Christopher, we seek to guide, encourage, and support you in this journey in a variety of ways. See the Formation menu for specifics for various ages, use the buttons below, or give us a call to learn more!

Once we Meet Christ and learn to Follow Christ, we can begin to Bear Christ's love to the world.

High School Camp Gray Adventure Day

HS Camp Gray Adventure Day – Sept. 24

Camp Gray spans 225 acres, and it’s time to discover what’s out there. Join other St. Christopher teens and GET PUMPED at this adventurous event, all while experiencing some authentic Catholic inspiration and getting to know other teens from around the Diocese of Madison. Classic summer Camp activities, like archery,...

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Joy of the Gospel Adult Faith Series (June 6 – July 11)

Adult Faith Summer Discussion Series led by Catherine Schneider Pope Francis’ Apostolic Exhortation The Joy of the Gospel (Evangelii Gaudium) Monday nights 6:30 – 8 p.m.  or Wednesday mornings  10 – 11:30 a.m. Please sign up at the entrance to church beginning May 21. Download flyer for more information!

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Baby Bottle Campaign (May 14 – June 19)

Please pick up a baby bottle at the entrance of church and support the Gospel of Life. Return bottles on or before Father’s Day, June 19th with your change, checks and cash to help Care Net Pregnancy Center and all their pro-life work for moms, dads and their children, born and pre-born. View our...

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Depiction of Jesus with children

Catechesis of the Good Shepherd

Level I (3K – 4K preschoolers) The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd is an approach to the religious forma!on of children. It is rooted in the Bible, the liturgy of the Church, and the educational principles of Maria Montessori. Children gather in an “atrium,” a room prepared for them, which contains...

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