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While we live in a world where everything seems to be an opinion or unknowable, there are some things that we know to be true. We know that the sky is blue and that the earth is round. In history, we know that George Washington was the first American president. We also know that there was a man who lived 2,000 years ago in modern Palestine who was able to heal people of illnesses uncurable today, command the weather, and drive out supernatural beings which we call demons. When he died of a government imposed capital punishment of death, there were over 400 people who witnessed seeing him alive and healthy just 3 days later. This was recorded not only by Christians, but by Jewish and nonbelievers as well. It is known that Jesus selected only a few men and assembled only one community of believers in multiple locations. That community or church is the Catholic Church today. While many dispute this, none have the overwhelming evidence of building, writings, archeology, and just common sense to prove their position. We wish to share the infinite gift of Jesus Christ with the whole world. Would you like join us?


We offer baptism to all who have not been baptized according to the Trinitarian formula. Anyone who is under the age of 18 and has legal guardians who wish for their children to be baptized may receive this on any day of the week within reason on request with a small class or meeting to clarify any questions or concerns.  Any adults who have not been baptized should receive extensive formation depending on need in the Order of Christian Initiation for Adults (OCIA). In the event of danger of death of the unbaptized, any of these formalities will be dismissed and we will be there immediately if possible.


While this is now called the Sacrament of Reconciliation, it is still the same thing. Any Christian who is baptized and accepted into the Church through some formal act may receive the Sacrament. The Sacrament is healing of past failures and sometimes traumas. We are not here to condemn or judge but to offer the grace of Jesus Christ to heal the soul of past chosen sins and failures. There may be some minor spiritual direction offered sometimes as well if it helps. In the end, it is Jesus who is really offended by our sins and it is he who forgives through this Sacrament. Call for an appointment or come at any of the scheduled times and days.


This is the completion of baptism. If you have not been confirmed for whatever reason but are Catholic, please contact the parish offices and we will help you find a way to receive this Sacrament which will strengthen you in your faith life. If you are not Catholic, everyone is welcome to pursue becoming one and receiving confirmation as well. 


Are you seeking to get married in a Catholic Church?  Marriage is complicated today and we want you to have a happy and healthy life together if we can help. At least one member has to be Catholic and neither party can be previously married without some decree of nullity of a previous marriage. Nonetheless congratulations!!! Call us if we can be of some assistance.


Everyone one of us are on a different journey. Give us a call or e-mail us today if you have questions or feel called to be Catholic. We are not here to force people to become Catholic but want to help in any way we can to help you make the most sure decision on your own personal path in life.

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