Mrs. Gigi Pekala and Mrs. Marie Trebing
This sacrament of initiation and welcome into our faith-community may be celebrated during a weekend Mass or at 1:00 p.m. on the second and fourth Sunday of the month. For parents anticipating the birth and baptism of their first child, Pre-baptismal Class is held on the second Sunday of every other month (January, March, May, July, September and November) at 1:00 p.m. in the Parish Center. It is recommended that you attend this class prior to your child's birth. Call the parish office to register for baptismal and/or pre-baptismal classes.
First communion is part of the religious education program and is celebrated in the second grade Religious Education program. For older parishioners, the RCIA program prepares adults for this sacrament and is celebrated during the Holy Saturday Mass.
First Reconciliation is part of the religious education program and is celebrated in the second grade religious education program. The sacrament of Reconciliation is celebrated every Saturday from 3:30 - 4:30 in the church.
Confirmation is part of the religious education program. The children are prepared for the sacrament in eighth grade and celebrate the sacrament in the beginning of ninth grade. For older parishioners, RCIA program prepares adults for this sacrament and is celebrated during the Hold Saturday Mass.
Anointing of the Sick
Please call the Rectory Office if you wish to receive this sacrament or if you wish to have Holy Communion brought to your home.
Arrangements for Marriage must be made at least six months prior to the wedding. The Marriage Preparation Program is mandatory by the Diocesan guidelines. Please read the Marriage booklet for more detailed information.
Ordination is the rite of the Sacrament of Holy Orders by which a Bishop, as the successor of the Apostles, confers the Order of Bishop, Priest (“Presbyter”), or Deacon on a man, enabling him to exercise a sacred power which comes from Christ on behalf of the Church. The ordination ceremony includes various rituals rich in meaning and history, including prostration, laying on of hands, anointing of hands, giving of the chalice and paten, and the sign of peace. If you are interested in becoming a decon or priest, please visit the diocesan website and talk with our parish clergy.