Catholic Schools Programs
Sustaining the Mission
Sustaining the Mission is the designated/official program for the religious education certification of Catholic school teachers in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.
Sustaining the Mission provides a systematic, coherent curriculum, delivered “in the field” during scheduled teacher in-service days. The curriculum is organized under six core theological areas:
- Scripture Creedal and Doctrinal Concepts
- Justice and Morality
- Liturgy Sacraments and Prayer
- Church History Formation for Mission
If you missed one of your school's Sustaining the Mission in-service days this year, ask your principal about make-up opportunities, or contact us.
Faith Formation Team Training
The faith life of faculty and staff is an essential support for the mission and ministry of any Catholic school – and it needs the attention and energy of a team of dedicated people if it is going to thrive. The Faith Formation Team Training (FFTT) program is an annual program designed to prepare teams to strengthen community and enhance the culture within their Catholic School. Participants develop an intentional, systematic plan to animate the mission and identity of their school, through a focus on supporting the spiritual growth of faculty and staff.
The FFTT program is intended to complement and complete the Sustaining the Mission (STM) program. STM supports the individual faith formation of educators, with an emphasis on Catholic theology. FFTT takes the next step to help local faith formation teams support the shared spiritual life and Catholic identity of their schools.