Religion C



Religion C has three components. First, doctrine lessons and activities that cover: The Apostles' Creed, God and His Perfections, Creation, the Incarnation, Redemption, the Ten Commandments and the Sacraments. Questions of the Baltimore Catechism No. 2 are memorized


Bible History is the second component of the program. In Religion C students work through one-third of the Bible and they will learn the fundamentals of Bible stories, history, and geography, with solid detail at a manageable pace. The Student Book offers 30 lessons, and each lesson is comprised of a Scripture memory passage, important facts to know (including people, places, dates, and events), vocabulary, and comprehension questions that draw out the golden nuggets of meaning in each story. Maps, timelines, activities, and discussion questions offer the critical integration that is central to classical education.


The third part is an attentive and guided reading and discussion of the Gospel of Mark.


Student Texts


  • Religion 6 for Young Catholics, Seton Hall Press

  • Baltimore Catechism No. 2

  • Christian Studies I Memoria Press

  • Gospel of Mark Scepter Publisher (RSV Catholic Edition)