What are Sacraments?

In the Catholic Church, the seven sacraments are Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist, Reconciliation, Anointing the Sick, Holy Orders, and Matrimony.

Each sacrament is a step to bring members closer to God’s grace by increasing their knowledge in their faith in order to live closer to Christ. In these sacraments, we strengthen our faith, and in doing so act as one body, to strengthen our worship of the Heavenly Father.

First Sacraments

The first three sacraments—Baptism, Confirmation, and Holy Communion—are known as the sacraments of initiation, because the rest of our Christian life depends on them.

Classes Start in the Fall

Sacramental classes are available for all ages and start in the fall, so that the Sacrament may be received during Easter time. Classes include Baptism, Communion & Confirmation.

Youth Education

For younger members, religious education classes are held for youth to help guide them through these steps, learn about the faith, and to understand why each sacrament is important.

RCIA classes are available yearly for:

  • Catholic adults who are in need of the sacraments of Communion or Confirmation
  • For non-Catholic adults who wish to join the church

More Information

If you are interested in receiving any of these sacraments please contact the Parish Office. We would be happy to give you any further information to assist you in your journey.


Marriage, a lifelong union between a man and a woman for procreation and mutual support, is a natural institution, which is also one of the seven sacraments of the Catholic Church. It reflects the union of Jesus Christ and His Church.

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