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The Sacraments

Penance (Confession)

    Confessions are heard on Sundays and Holy Days 40 minutes before Mass and end 5 minutes before Mass begins. During the week, Father is available before all Masses and by appointment. 

Mass Intentions

      Stipends are not payment for spiritual benefits received, but are an offering of support for the priest who performs a sacramental rite or ceremony.  The customary stipend when having Mass said for your intentions is $25.00. Masses are typically said within six weeks, a specific date may be requested. 

Baptism

      Please see the pastor. Reminder: Novus Ordo and non-practicing Catholics cannot serve as godparents, since they lack the intention of seeing to the traditional Catholic upbringing of children. Please speak to the pastor regarding other requirements of the Church for godparents. Baptisms should take place within 2 weeks after birth. A grave reason is needed to delay it any longer.

 

Confirmation

      The sacrament of Confirmation is administered once each year by His Excellency, Bp. Mark Pivarunas, CMRI. Please see Father to make arrangements. 

Holy Matrimony

      If you are contemplating marriage, please make an appointment to speak with Father before setting a date.

Last Rites and Sick Calls

      Please arrange for a priest to bring the sacraments to the sick (Holy Communion, confession, Extreme Unction) with the pastor. If anyone is in danger of death, please call immediately! 

Holy Orders

       For information regarding a vocation to the priesthood for boys in 9th-12th grade, please visit St. Joseph Minor Seminary here.  You may also see a video by Fr. Benedict here. 

For information regarding the Major Seminary please visit, https://www.materdeiseminary.org/

Confraternity of Christian Mothers 

In November of 2018, 12 women were enrolled in the Confraternity. Their mission is to, "...edify & support each other in the training and sanctifying of the young souls entrusted to their care."

Enrolling in the Brown Scapular 

After making their First Holy Communion, the Communicants are enrolled in the Brown Scapular. "Whosoever dies wearing this scapular shall not suffer eternal fire." - Our Lady to St. Simon Stock, 

Dedication to Our Lady

After an infant is baptized it is custom for the parents to present the child to Our Lady. They dedicate him/her to the Bl. Virgin, as well as ask for Mary's loving protection over the child.