Baptism: Contact Parish Office
Before the birth of your child, the ‘parents-to-be’, have to undergo ‘Pre-Baptismal Catecheses’, for which they will have to register at the Parish Office. This course is compulsory. To get your child baptized, register your name at the Parish Office three months before the birth of your child.
For Adult Baptisms: (R.C.I.A. – Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults)
Contact: Sue Godat
This is an official program of catechesis for those adults who wish to be baptized. This program, which includes weekly classes and sharing, starts in June and ends with baptism on Easter Sunday.
For First Holy Communion:
Classes are held every Wednesday. The goal of this ministry is to ensure that those to be admitted to the sacraments are given the necessary preparations.
Classes are held every Thursday, this is a two year study. The goal of this ministry is to ensure that those to be admitted to the sacraments are given the necessary preparations.
Those intending to get married should:-
- a) Do one of the Marriage Courses organized officially by the Diocese, at least six months before the marriage.
- b) Meet your zonal Priest at least three months before the wedding to get the necessary paper work done.
- c) Marriages are not allowed to take place on Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday. Marriages during Lent, especially Sundays of Lent are strongly discouraged and to a lesser degree during the season of Advent.
For Sick Calls:
When someone falls sick and needs the Sacrament of Anointing, please contact the Parish Office or get in touch with the Priest-on-Duty.
When there is a death in the family and funeral arrangements have to be made. Please contact the Fr. Joseph 541-420-4458 or the Parish Office 541-447-6475.