Congratulations on the decision to baptize your child in the Catholic Faith! We are here to help you with the process. Please call or stop by the parish office and we will be happy to get you started. Travel plans for out of town guests should not be made until a date for the baptism is confirmed by the office. A meeting with a priest may be required. We look forward to hearing from you.
Please come by the parish office to start your marriage paperwork. Please allow six months to complete the paperwork. A wedding date cannot be set until a priest has been consulted.
Sick and Homebound
We are blessed to have a group of volunteers in our parish who are happy to bring Holy Communion to the sick, the hospitalized and the homebound. Please call the parish office to make arrangements. If you or your loved one would like for a priest to visit with the Sacrament of Anointing, please do not hesitate to call us.
On Becoming a Catholic
Those seeking information about becoming Catholic are invited to contact the Parish office concerning the RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) process and details on classes.