Registration for 2019-2020

PLEASE NOTE:  The Portal to register for religious education classes for 2019-2020 is now open. 




Planting & Watering the Seeds of Faith

Welcome to Christ the King's Religious Education Webpage!  We are excited that you have joined us here to explore the various aspects of our faith formation!  Helping your efforts to raise your child in the Catholic Faith is our top priority and we hope that you will find the materials here to be of service to you.

Be sure to check back often for updates in our formation and feel free to leave us a comment under our "Contact Us" page.  We'd love to hear from you about how our program is helping you or ways in which you could see us improving.

And don't forget your Saint Protector! Check out this page to discuss with other families on how they incorporate their saint into their daily lives.  Share any stories about you and your saint!

Religious Education Program Overview


Our Parish Religious Education Program is structured to provide catechetical instruction in the Catholic faith to all parish children who are attending non-Catholic schools. Parents, by word and example, are the primary educators and teach their children from birth throughout life. At Baptism, the parent undertakes the responsibility of providing for their child’s Christian formation. The Religious Education staff is here to assist parents in the spiritual formation and ongoing moral development of their child through a formal program of continuous faith formation.

In our program, we seek to provide the catechesis and skills for each child to grow and mature in understanding, positive attitudes, and faithful practice of the Catholic faith. Through the process of catechetical instruction, we hope to deepen the faith and sense of belonging to the Catholic Church in our children, so that they will be moved to sharing of their time, talent and treasure in the life of the Church, now and throughout their lives. We strive to assist children in committing themselves to a personal relationship with God characterized by a vigorous sacramental life, a lifelong pattern of prayer,Christian service, and growth in understanding the Catholic faith. This process is achieved with the joint efforts of our parish staff, catechists, parents, and students.

Committed to this active partnership between parish staff and families, we place our efforts with confidence in God’s loving hands.

Inclement Weather Class Closing Alert

Whenever inclement weather forces closings for Haddonfield area schools, the Parish Religious Education classes will also be cancelled. In the case of weather or other emergencies that occur toward the end of the school day, we will do our best to notify the local schools to announce our cancellation.An email will be sent to all parents and when possible, announcements of Parish Religious Education classes will also be aired over KYW Newsradio1060 in addition to emails sent to parents. The school number for Christ the King is
1256 (Camden County, NJ).

MERCY Corner

Each year, we invite our students and families to live out the

Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy in a variety of ways.


October – Peanut butter & Jelly supplies to help our

neighbors at the Camden Cathedral Pantry feed the visitors.

Advent Calendar in reverse– classes collected over 700

food items to support the Cherry Hill Food Bank.

January & February – Blanket (new or unused) collection

to warm our neighbors who visit the Camden Cathedral


Lent – Donations (animal food, treats, toys) to support our canine

& feline furry friends cared for by the Voorhees Animal



The Corporal Works of Mercy are these kind acts by which we help our

neighbors with their material and physical

needs.  They are:

  • feed the hungry
  • give drink to the thirsty
  • clothe the naked
  • shelter the homeless
  • visit the sick
  • visit the captive
  • bury the dead

The Spiritual Works of Mercy, on the other hand, are acts of

compassion by which we help our neighbors with their

emotional and spiritual needs.  They are:

  • instruct the ignorant
  • counsel the doubtful
  • admonish the sinner
  • bear wrongs patiently
  • forgive offenses willingly
  • comfort the afflicted
  • pray for the living and the dead