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Sacramental Department

Casey Hanley – Coordinator
632-2678 ext. 233

Sacraments are visible signs or symbols of God's saving love for us. Every person, every action has the potential for being a sign, a symbol and a "sacrament". Each of us is called to be a sacrament of Jesus' love and healing.

Candidates for the Sacraments of Reconciliation, Eucharist and Confirmation take part in a Sacramental preparation process.

Children and youth should be able to pray aloud without assistance the following: the Sign of the Cross, the Our Father, the Hail Mary, the Glory Be, the Act of Contrition and the Nicene Creed (Eucharist/Confirmation). Candidates should regularly attend Sunday Mass. Children preparing for Reconciliation/Eucharist are encouraged to participate in Children's Liturgy of the Word at the Sunday 9:30 am mass.

Sacrament of Reconciliation

Sacrament of Eucharist

First Eucharist children                    

Sacrament of Confirmation

Candidates who are interested in the Sacrament of Confirmation will register for the two year program in the beginning of Grade 9. Candidates are required to attend Religious Education Classes at SS Peter & Paul if they are attending a public high school. If Candidates attend a Catholic high school, they attend their Religious Education classes at their high school. All Candidates in Grade 9 will attend two faith sharing events.

Grade 10 students will attend Confirmation preparation classes at SS Peter & Paul, regardless of the high school they attend. These classes will be held once a month. Confirmation is generally celebrated in the Spring of Grade 10.

Current Grade 9 Candidates

You should have received the Application for the two year Confirmation program in the mail. Candidates who are NOT attending a Catholic high school must attend Religious Education classes here at SS Peter & Paul. ALL Candidates are required to attend two (2) faith sharing sessions during the 9th grade year.

Current Grade 10 Confirmation Candidates

"When the day of Pentecost came it found them gathered in one place.....tongues as of fire appeared, which parted and came to rest on each of them. All were filled with the Holy Spirit."

~Acts 2:1-4