Sacraments

CONFESSION SCHEDULE

The Sacrament of Reconciliation is offered in the chapel, as follows:

Saturday: 4:00 – 4:45 pm
Other Times: at Parish Center, by appointment.

BAPTISMS

Baptisms are held the 2nd Sunday of each month, at 1:30 pm in the chapel. Click for map.

Parish policy requires family registration in the parish for parents of children who are to be baptized. Parents will participate in group instructional meetings with other parents whose children are to be baptized. If you are new to the parish and/or need to register, contact the Parish Center at 201-288-4844.

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION, FIRST RECONCILIATION & CONFIRMATION

See Religious Education Sacramental Prep Tab

HOMEBOUND PARISHIONERS

Parishioners confined to the home should contact the Parish Center, 201-288-4844, to arrange for a priest or Eucharistic Minister to bring communion to their home.

HOLY MATRIMONY

Marriage is a sacrament which involves a lifelong commitment. A time of spiritual preparation is required. At least one of the engaged parties should be a registered parishioner. Those intending to marry should contact a parish priest, at least one year in advance of the wedding date to ensure adequate time for preparation for this sacrament. The ceremony is performed in the church. Inquire about Pre-Cana Program and Engaged Encounter Weekends.
 

ANOINTING OF THE SICK

The sacrament of the anointing of the sick strengthens the believer by oils and prayers. The sacrament is offered as needed, or as scheduled during a community sservice.