Sacramental Ministries

ANOINTING OF THE SICK
This sacrament is communally available at all Masses on the 2nd Sunday of Advent. it is offered to those who are seriously sick or impaired and can be available at any time by contacting the priest.

BAPTISM
All infants and children through age 6 are invited to celebrate this sacrament of initiation.

CONFIRMATION
Students begin preparation typically 2 years prior to the reception of the sacrament in the 11th grade.

FIRST EUCHARIST
Celebrated in May, on the eve of Mother's Day, for young people who have completed first grade religious education.

MARRIAGE
Couples seeking to marry must contact the Church Office at least 6 months in advance to pick up an information packet and begin preparation.

RECONCILIATION/CONFESSION
This sacrament is available on Saturdays (3:30-3:55pm) and 15 minutes until 5 minutes before each Mass. It is also available at any time by contacting the priest.

RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS (RCIA)
For all those interested in learning more about the Catholic faith, both group and individual information are available.

RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF CHILDREN (RCIC)
The RCIC is available for children between the ages of seven and 17 who are not fully initiated in the Catholic Church, and therefore need to celebrate Baptism, Eucharist and/or Confirmation.

VOCATIONS
As Catholics, we are called by baptism to a "common priesthood" - a call to holiness and service. For many, this vocation is lived out in the sacrament of marriage; for others it is a call to the single life. These people carry out their vocations in the secular world or in church ministry. For some, the vocation call is to the priesthood or religious life. There must be a concerted effort to help all members of the church to live their vocations including the encouragement of likely candidates to the priestly or religious state.

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