Green Link below is for Adult Sacraments 
Blue Link below is for Children 18 yrs & under Sacraments 

  Adult-Registration-Form  —  Registration Bilingual 17-2018
Deadline is September 29, 2017 for CCD
Deadline is January 28, 2018 for Adult Confirmation

     Sacrament Payment

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Subject CCD or RCIA Registration 17/18

Parents Are Their Child’s First Teachers

Remember, you are your child’s first teacher! Practice your faith with your children, teenagers and young adults!

The Church Involvement

Faith Formation assists parents and the godparents in their responsibility to bring up their child within the Catholic Faith.  The Catechists assist parents by organizing the faith formation classes and service activities that allow students to grow closer to Jesus Christ.  Our faith formation classes are more than just education in another subject; it’s a practice in our daily life.  The Classes aim in putting the student in a relationship with Jesus Christ.  We aim to assist the parents of our parish in bringing their children up as disciples of Jesus Christ who know and love Him.

Faith Formation Programs are a Two Year Program!

Preparation of Holy Communion: Begins at the age of 7. (2nd Grade)
Confirmation: Begins at age of 14. (9th Grade)
*RCIA for Children: Unbaptized  between  the ages of 7 to 17.
*Parents must attend classes along with child

Sacraments Time Line

Infant Baptism: Infant – 7 Years Old
Holy Communion: 7 yr old -10 Years Old
Confirmation: 14 yr old – 18 Years Old (High School Student)

Sacraments for Adults
RCIA Classes

10:00 am -11:30 am


  • Quinceañera

    A Mass of Thanksgiving with a blessing. Masses are scheduled on a Saturday afternoon at 1:00 p.m. or 3:00 p.m. These masses MUST be scheduled at least 6 months in advance. Quince Años Celebration Options-the family chooses one of the following: The celebration of the Quinceñera is a special time...

  • Baptism

    What are the Requirements for Baptism? For a child to be baptized in the Catholic Church there must be a basis for hope that the child will be raised in the Catholic faith. In practice, this generally means that at least one parent is Catholic.   Our Archdiocese requires parents...

  • First Holy Communion

    First Holy Communion is one of our three sacraments of initiation. It is through these sacraments of initiation that we become full members of the Church. We receive the Holy Eucharist for the first time during the First Holy Communion. The Holy Eucharist refers to Christ’s body, blood, soul, and...

  • Confirmation

    What the Catholic sacrament of Confirmation means? Confirmation, is the third sacrament of initiation, establishes young adults as full-fledged members of the faith. This sacrament is called Confirmation because the faith given in Baptism is now confirmed and made strong. During your Baptism, your parents and godparents make promises to renounce Satan...

  • RCIA

     Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults The Rite of Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is the process by which persons interested in becoming Catholic or inquiring into the Catholic faith are led through a prayerful study of our faith. Volunteers Volunteers are needed to serve as sponsors, help with hospitality, and...