The Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated on the first Saturday of the month and the following Sundays at 1:30 PM. Parents, please call the parish office to arrange a meeting with a priest or deacon. Godparents must be practicing Catholics that have received the Sacrament of Confirmation. If there are two Godparents, they must be one male and one female (a reflection of the biological parents).
Confession times can be found on the website’s homepage, in the Parish bulletin, or can be arranged by calling the Parish Office.
School aged children can prepare for their First Holy Communion by contacting the Faith Formation office. Adults or older teens who have yet to receive the Eucharist can contact the Parish Office.
If you are sick for an extended period of time or are homebound, please contact the Parish Office to arrange to have someone bring Communion to you.
School aged children can prepare for this Sacrament by contacting our Faith Formation Office. Adults or older teens who have yet to be Confirmed should contact the Parish Office.
Bride or Groom please call the Office at least six months before your desired wedding date to arrange to meet with one of the Priests or Deacons. It will be best (to avoid potential scheduling frustrations) to contact the Rectory before finalizing reception plans.
Anyone who is feeling called to service in the Church as a Priest, Deacon or in consecrated religious life, should contact the Parish Office to speak to one of the Priests or Deacons for guidance.
Anointing of the Sick
This Sacrament is for the living. We celebrate this Sacrament each Spring and Fall for those who are chronically ill, advanced in age, or who are about to undergo surgery or hospitalization. We can arrange the Sacrament at other times by calling the Parish Office.
Emergencies: Call the Office to arrange a visit from a Priest.