Sacraments

Baptism
To have a child baptized, at least one parent must be a practicing Catholic, registered at this church for at least six months, and regularly attending Mass and participating in the life of the parish. To inquire about baptism please contact either Carol or Camille.
 
Annointing of the Sick
The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick powerfully demonstrates the presence of Jesus among us as our Healer and Comforter. It is by the anointing and the prayers of the Church that all those who are ill, face surgery or any disability come into contact with Jesus, the Divine Physician. If you need to receive this Sacrament for any of the reasons above, or if you are going in to the hospital, please feel free to ask one of the priests after a Sunday or weekday Mass, or call the parish office. Please call the parish office at any time in the case of an emergency.
 
Marriage

At least six months notice must be given to allow adequate preparation for this sacrament. A parish program of preparation presents the beauty and dignity of marriage as a life-long covenant according to the teaching of Christ and the Church. Please call the rectory to schedule an appointment

Confirmation
This sacrament is offered through the religious education program or the RCIA program. Please contact the parish offices for further information.
 
Holy Orders
If a young man is interested in the priestly vocation, please contact the pastor at the parish rectory or Fr. Paul Hoesing, director of vocations at 558-3100 x 241.