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We invite you to explore our sacramental life and participate in the grace and blessings offered through these sacred rituals. Whether you are seeking to receive a sacrament, deepen your faith, or simply learn more, Our Parish is here to support and guide you on your spiritual journey. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or inquiries about the sacraments.


Baptism is the first and most fundamental of all the sacraments. Through the waters of Baptism, we are reborn into God's family, freed from original sin, and welcomed into the Church. It is the beginning of our faith journey, and it opens the door to all the other sacraments. If you or your loved one is seeking Baptism, please reach out to us. We are here to guide you on this beautiful path.



The sacrament of Reconciliation offers us the opportunity to receive God's forgiveness and reconcile with Him and our fellow human beings. We have regular confession times, or you can make an appointment with our priest for a private confession.


The Holy Eucharist is the heart of Catholic worship. In the Eucharist, we receive the body and blood of Jesus Christ, nourishing our souls and uniting us with Christ and His Church. Join us in celebrating Mass and partaking in this sacred mystery every week. If you have questions about First Communion for your child or are an adult considering the Catholic faith, please contact us for guidance.



The sacrament of Matrimony is a beautiful covenant between a man and a woman, blessed by God and witnessed by the Church. If you are considering marriage, we offer marriage preparation programs to help you build a strong and faith-filled foundation for your life together.


Confirmation strengthens the gifts of the Holy Spirit received at Baptism. It is the sacrament of maturity and commitment to our faith. Through Confirmation, we become fully initiated members of the Church and are empowered to be witnesses of Christ in the world. If you are ready to take this step or are curious to learn more, we invite you to explore our Confirmation program.

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The Anointing of the Sick brings comfort and healing to those facing illness or suffering. Our parish offers this sacrament to those in need, and we encourage you to reach out to our pastoral team if you or a loved one requires this sacramental grace.


The sacrament of Holy Orders is the calling to serve God and His Church as a deacon, priest, or bishop. If you feel called to the priesthood or diaconate, please contact us to explore this divine vocation.

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Other times are available by Appointment, please contact the parish office

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