Faith & Sacraments



The Holy Eucharist
is the Source and
Summit of our Faith






The 3 Pillars of the Church's Authority


In union with The Roman Pontiff, as the successor of Peter, the perpetual and visible principle and foundation of unity of both the bishops and of the faithful.
 



What We Believe
Preparation for Sacraments

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  The Religious Education office provides preparation for children to receive First Reconciliation, First Holy Communion, and Confirmation. Contact the Religious Education Office by calling the Parish Office.

Interested in infant Baptism or Marriage?; Contact the Parish Office.

Our RCIA program is the preparation for any of the sacraments for adults who did not receive a sacrament with their class through the Religious Education program. Please contact the Parish Office for more information.

Why receive the sacraments? Simply put, Christ gives us the sacraments so that we can experience Him.

The sacraments are physical and tangible signs of the invisible grace, which is the out pouring of God's love, that He freely gives us.  God uses our human senses to make us aware of His presence.

The sacraments give us strength for our life journey, they initiate us, heal us, and they remind us of our unity with the Creator and one another.

They are an indispensable part of our Catholic Faith.
 




Sacraments

of the Church 







Baptism
 
 



Holy Communion
 
 

 


Reconciliation

 





Confirmation

 
 

 


Matrimony

 
 




Anointing of the sick

 


 


Holy Orders