This is a brief overview of the sacraments which we have in the Roman Catholic Church. Please click on the links below for more information and contact the parish office to get the complete answers to your questions.

  • Baptism
    • a sacrament of initiation
    • the sacrament in which one becomes a Christian
  • Confirmation
    • a sacrament of initiation
    • enriching the baptized with the Holy Spirit
  • Holy Eucharist
    • a sacrament of initiation
    • receiving Jesus’ Body & Blood in Holy Communion
  • Reconciliation
    • a sacrament of healing
    • confessing one’s sins and receiving God’s forgiveness
  • Anointing of the Sick
    • a sacrament of healing
    • receiving Grace
  • Marriage
    • a sacrament of serving the Church and the community
    • a man and a woman join together in Holy Matrimony
  • Holy Orders
    • a sacrament of serving the Church and the community
    • a man is ordained to serve as deacon, priest, or bishop

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Are you a baptized Christian but not a Catholic?

Here’s a little more information on the RCIA program:



The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults is the process through which adults who seek to become members of the Catholic Church are able to do so. If you are interested, please contact Larry Fraher, Director of Faith Formation & Education, 480-998-1665 x216.