Baptisms are by appointment and usually take place at the 10:0 am Sunday mass or 5:00 pm Saturday Mass. Other times can be arranged at the discretion of the Pastor. Please call the rectory to make the arrangements. Parents will need to meet with a priest prior to the baptism of their first child.
For children in second grade, First Communion is usually celebrated in May. Children attend classes (from November to April) held at the parish. To enroll your child in these classes, please fill in the form and submit to your parish priest by the end of September.
Editable First Communion Registration Form for the year 2017.
Young people usually receive Confirmation in the eighth grade. Students in catholic schools are prepared as a part of their religion studies. Those in other schools attend classes held at the parish prior to the ceremony. Please, fill in the form and submit to your parish priest by the end of September.
Editable Confirmation Registration Form for the year 2017.
Sacrament of Reconciliation -Confessions are heard in the church from 9:30 am. - 9:20 am. on Sundays and on Saturday from 4:30 pm. - 4:50 pm. Please contact the rectory for an appointment at any other time. Parish-wide penance services are held during Advent and Lent. On weekdays you will need to contact the priest prior to mass.
For the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick, parishioners can call the rectory to request this sacrament. In the case when father is not available call the priest on call 807 632 5461. Reception of this sacrament should not be viewed as only for those in immediate danger of death. Communal anointing is scheduled and announced in the bulletin (usually the feast of our lady of lourdes - 11 February).
Communion calls - parishioners who are unable to attend mass but wish to receive communion are urged to call the rectory and arrange for the Holy Eucharist to be brought to them at home. It is our custom to visit sick parishioners every “First Friday” at the request of the family.
Sacrament of Matrimony -Current parishioners and their children are welcome to be married in our parish church. Please, note that the Catholic Church requires a six-month period of preparation prior to the wedding. if you are awaiting the decision of the marriage tribunal regarding a possible annulment, please wait until you have received your final papers.
Holy Orders is the continuation of christ's priesthood, which he bestowed upon his apostles; thus, the catechism of the catholic church refers to the sacrament of holy orders as "the sacrament of apostolic ministry."
"ordination" comes from the latin word ordinatio, which means to incorporate someone into an order. in the sacrament of holy orders, a man is incorporated into the priesthood of christ, at one of three levels: the episcopate, the priesthood, or the diaconate. All parishioners are encourage to pray daily for the vocations to the religious life.
Marian Worship - “Majowe” - all Wednesdays and Fridays of May at 12:30 pm October Rosary - all Wednesdays of October at 12:30 pm, Rosary - also every second Wednesday at 12:30pm, except: May & Lent time Bitter Lamentations - all Sundays of Lent at 9:30 am Stations of the Cross - all Fridays of Lent at 12:30 pm Novena to the Mother of Perpetual Help -1st Wednesday of the month at 6:30 pm, except May, July & August Holy Hour - 1st Friday of the month at 12:30 pm Prayers for All Souls - in November prior to the weekday masses Blessing of the Food Baskets for Easter - Holy Saturday (for the schedule go to the bulletin information)