Please contact pastor to know more and schedule these Sacraments. 

  1. Baptism: Baptism is the first and foundational sacrament of the Christian faith. It is the sacrament through which a person is cleansed from original sin and initiated into the Church. Water is used as a symbol of purification, and the individual is anointed with holy oils to receive the grace of the Holy Spirit.
  2. Confirmation: Confirmation is the sacrament through which baptized individuals receive the fullness of the Holy Spirit. It strengthens and deepens the faith received at baptism. The sacrament is conferred through the laying on of hands by a bishop or a priest, and the person is anointed with sacred chrism.
  3. Eucharist: The Eucharist, also known as Holy Communion or the Lord’s Supper, is the sacrament in which Catholics receive the body and blood of Jesus Christ under the appearances of bread and wine. It is a commemoration of the Last Supper and a profound encounter with Christ’s real presence.
  4. Reconciliation (Confession): Reconciliation is the sacrament of forgiveness, through which Catholics receive God’s mercy and are reconciled with Him and the Church. It involves confessing one’s sins to a priest, who, acting in the person of Christ, absolves the penitent and offers spiritual counsel.
  5. Anointing of the Sick: Also known as the Last Rites or Extreme Unction, the Anointing of the Sick is a sacrament for the spiritual and physical healing of those who are seriously ill or nearing the end of their lives. It includes the anointing with holy oil and prayers for the person’s well-being and salvation.
  6. Holy Orders: Holy Orders is the sacrament through which men are ordained as deacons, priests, or bishops to serve the Church. It confers the authority and grace to administer the sacraments, preach the Gospel, and shepherd the faithful. The sacrament is conferred through the laying on of hands by a bishop.
  7. Matrimony: Matrimony is the sacrament of marriage, through which a man and a woman commit themselves to a lifelong partnership of love, faithfulness, and mutual support. The couple exchanges vows before God and the Church, and their union is blessed and strengthened by the grace of the sacrament.



These sacraments are considered sacred moments in the life of a Catholic, through which believers encounter God’s grace and receive spiritual nourishment for their journey of faith.