Reconciliation - Confesiones

Reconciliation

Saturdays: 
8:00-8:45 am & 3:45-4:45 pm
OR by appointment.

Confesiones

Sábados 3:45 - 4:45 PM en Inglés y español. También se puede llamar para concertar una cita.

If you have ever wondered how to make a good confession, Fr. Mike Schmitz has some solid advice for you. He points out that preparing for a good confession starts when we recognize that being a "good person” in our own eyes is not enough—we are called to holiness, which is something much greater. In this video, Fr. Mike offers four powerful ways we can examine our consciences so that our experience of reconciliation moves us towards that holiness to which we are called. Please watch the following video from "Ascension Presents".

Guidelines For First Reconciliation & First Communion

2nd- 5th Grade Student Preparation for First Reconciliation

will be given during the weekly PSR Class.

 

ALL CHILDREN MUST HAVE BEEN BAPTIZED BEFORE THEIR SACRAMENT

YEAR AND BRING IN THE BAPTISMAL CERTIFICATE FOR REGISTRATION. 

 REQUIREMENTS FOR FIRST RECONCILIATION 

Parents must attend an adult teaching on Reconciliation in the fall. 

Children will attend a Reconciliation Retreat on a Saturday before First Reconciliation

from 8:45 a.m. till 12:00 p.m. 

We will have a group First Reconciliation on Monday January 28th, 2019

from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.



2nd-5th Grade Student Preparation for First Communion

will be given during the weekly PSR Class.

 

REQUIREMENTS FOR FIRST COMMUNION

Parents must attend an adult teaching on First Communion in the winter.

Children will attend a First Communion retreat on a Saturday before First Communion

from 8:45 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Our group First Communion will be held on May 4th, 2019

 

ALL FINAL DATES WILL BE POSTED IN AUGUST.

 Because regular attendance is vital to the understanding and appreciation of these sacraments, we ask for your diligence in bringing your children to class and the retreats. Any class absences or missed requirements (including those for parents) must be made up. The Church treasures these Sacraments and has the Divine mission to prepare the hearts of the faithful for them.