As a parish, we are very concerned with ways of welcoming people to the Sacraments. Our Baptism Coordinator ensures that the Baptism of each child is a truly special occasion.
Through this Sacrament of peace, Jesus calls us and offers us Himself, His love, His forgiveness, and His continued friendship.
We share prayer, scripture, and our faith in the risen Lord through the Eucharist. It becomes a communal meal with those we love and who believe as we do.
Candidates for Confirmation FREELY make the decision to follow Jesus and share in the beliefs and life in this Roman Catholic Community.
Welcome God's presence and guidance into your married relationship. Enjoy the strength and encouragement provided through the church community in which you participate.
The Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick confers the particular healing gift of the Holy Spirit: Through this grace, the whole person is healed. He is strengthened to face the condition of infirmity or old age with courage and peace of heart, to trust in the will of the Lord, to resist the temptations of the devil, and to overcome anxiety over death.
A Sacrament is a joyous proclamation of God's presence in our lives. He is actually present among us; we can see Him, hear Him, touch Him, and communicate with Him...in the Sacraments.