Sacrament of Reconciliation

The Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) is offered by every Saturday beginning at 2:30 p.m. at St. Paul Church.

Sacrament of Marriage

Please watch the following brief video to learn about our marriage preparation process.

Sacrament of Baptism

Please watch the following brief video to learn how to prepare for your child to be baptized in our parish community.

If you or some adult you know would like to explore being baptized in the Catholic Church, please contact Jon Sozek, our Faith Formation Director. You can learn more about RCIA (the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) on our website.

Sacrament of the Sick

When Jesus walked the earth He healed many who were sick, especially through the laying on of hands. Often, as He healed people, He forgave their sins.  Jesus sent His apostles to do the same, and they continued to anoint and heal the sick even after Jesus left them.

This work of healing the sick continued until the Middle Ages, as bishops and priests followed Christ’s example. But then the practice changed, and anointing was performed only on those who were dying.  This was not in keeping with what Jesus and His apostles had done, and it led to centuries of misinterpretation, resulting in a distortion of what the sacrament was supposed to be.  This misconception prevailed through many centuries, until the Second Vatican Council, when the sacrament of healing was restored to what Jesus had intended – and was renamed the “Sacrament of the Sick.”