Celebrating the Sacraments is at the core of our religious life. Our big moments in life are marked in a solemn way from womb to tomb. The SEVEN Sacraments are:
• Baptism • Reconciliation• Communion• Confirmation• Martrimony• Ordination• Anointing of the sick
Here are the details and the procedures of receiving the Holy Sacraments;
Infant Baptisms - please contact the Pastor, parents and God parents follow the appropriate Clases provided by the parishAdult Baptisms - please follow the appropriate religious classes provided by the parish.
Click here to download the Baptism Forms.
Sacrament of Reconciliation is one of the two Sacraments of Healing. It has been known as Confession and Penance over the generations. The Sacrament of Reconciliation is receivIing through the confession.
Click here to view the Confession times.
First Holy Communion
To attend the First Holy Communion preparation classes, please contact the Parish Religious Education Director, Nate Garette or Pastor.
To attend the Confirmation preparation classes, please contact Parish Religious Education Director, Nate Garette or Pastor.
Congratulations! on your decision to get married. Please contact the Pastor 3 months before setting the wedding date.
Marriage Preparation classes: For details on all aspects of your church marriage arrangements and preparation please contact the Pastor.
Holy Orders/ Ordination
Congratulations! on your decision, as you are interest in path to Priesthood or to the Religious Life, please contact the Pastor for more information..
Anointing of the sick
If anyone needs anointing of the sick for healing or in danger of death please call the Pastor or a nearby Catholic Priest as soon as possible.