Baptism

Is when we call a person to life of faith in Jesus Christ as we approach Jesus in the tradition of the Catholic Church. It is the first sacrament of welcoming into the Catholic faith. Baptism is when a person is cleansed of their sins and welcomed to the body of Christ. 


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Holy Eucharist

Is the celebration of the life, death, and resurrection of Christ is remembered. This is a sacrament of initation by which the Holy Spirirt is present. Traditionally children receive this sacrament in the 2nd grade. This can also be achieved through RCIA programs


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Confirmation

Is a sacrament of initiation that is meant to strengthen the relationship with Christ and the church. Confirmation is taught through Catholic schools and after school classes for public school students. 


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Reconciliation

Is the sacrament of spiritual healing by discussing our sins and being forgiven for our actions. The Holy Spirit and priest's words of absolution can forgive our sins.


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Matrimony

Is a vocation sacrament where the Holy Spirit connects a man and a woman through marriage in the church. 


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Anointing of the Sick

Is a sacrament of spiritual and emotional healing for people who are near death or have severe illness. The sacrament allows people to opportunity for healing through the Holy Spirit. 


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Holy Orders

The future practice of our faith depends strongly on those who respond to a call to service as priests, deacons or religious educators.


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RCIA

Would you like to achieve one of the sacraments? This can be completed through our RCIA programs.


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