The Christian faith is an ongoing process of learning about our service to God. This process applies to small children, adolescents, as well as to adults.
By Baptism all men are made members of the Church to share the Divine Life. Parents are asked to call the Parish Office to schedule the Baptism of their child. Preparation for baptism involves special instruction for first time parents. Our Baptismal Preparation Class meets the last Wednesday of most months from 7:00 pm at the Rectory. Please call the Parish Office for more information or to sign up for the class.
Reconciliation, or Confession as we more commonly call it, is the Sacrament of spiritual healing. Our Fathers hear Confession on every Saturday after 7:00 AM Mass, from 4:00 – 4:30 PM, or by appointment.
The Eucharist, also called the Most Blessed Sacrament, is the sacrament by which we partake of the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ and participate in His sacrifice.
The Sacrament of Confirmation is a personal affirmation of Baptism. It is the public declaration of a full participation in the Eucharistic Community.
This Sacrament, a sign of the love uniting Christ and the Church, establishes a permanent and exclusive bond between a man and a woman, sealed by God.
Couples are asked to call one of the parish priests before setting a date for the wedding or making other commitments. The Archdiocese requires a minimum preparation time of six months before the wedding.
ANOINTING OF THE SICK
The Sacrament Anointing of the Sick has the primary purpose to restore health to the seriously ill. This Sacrament is available to all, day or night, whenever a priest is called. Please call the Parish Office if your loved one is in need of healing or seeks a happy and peaceful death.