Anointing of the Sick
“Anointing of the Sick” can be performed on an individual basis according to the individual person's needs, or it can be offered on a communal basis.
Christ made it clear that baptism was necessary for salvation when he told Nicodemus, "Very truly, I tell you, no one can enter the kingdom of God, without being born of water and the Spirit." (John 3:5).
The goal of the Confirmation Process is to provide an opportunity for the young people in our parish to grow in their relationship with Christ and His Church.
First Holy Communion is one of the most important events for a Catholic, along with Baptism, Reconciliation and Confirmation. The First Holy Communion is a sign of Christian unity and a symbol of a Catholic’s faith and devotion.
Marriage is the union of a man and a woman, united to profess their unconditional love to one another, for the purpose of procreation, companionship and mutual support.
Convalidation of Marriage
A Catholic couple who has married outside of the Church has entered into an invalid marriage in the eyes of the Church.
In the early Church, the need for vigilance in admitting new Christians arose during the age of persecution, when Christians were being tortured and persecuted because of their faith.
As Catholics, by virtue of our baptism, we are called to a vocation to serve and proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ in our lives.