Sacraments and Services

Baptism

By appointment within a minimum of two months notice (during the pregnancy); so that instructions can be given to the parents and godparents, about their duties and responsibilities in this Sacrament. The family must registered in the parish and attending mass in the parish, and parents must be married in the Church. Entering into a civil marriage places oneself outside the teaching of the Church and therefore has to be corrected before a baptism can take place. The child should be baptized within seven days of birth. responsibilities in this Sacrament.

Marriage – Marriage Prep

A minimum of six months notices with one of the parties registered in the parish and attending mass in the parish each Sunday. The Marriage Preparation course is mandatory. Please ask for the – Guidelines for the celebration of Marriage – A civil marriage is not required before a Sacramental Marriage in Canada. In order for a Catholic to have a valid marriage in the church, they must be married by a priest in the Church. Click (here) for more Archdiocesan Marriage Prep Program.

Validation

If your marriage was not celebrated as a Sacrament and you wish it to be recognized by the church, then call the parish office to make appointment to see Father.

Funeral

Please contact the Parish office before making any arrangements with the Funeral home.

Anointing of the Sick

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Confirmation

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Eucharist

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Reconciliation