This page last updated 3rd September 2020
Sacramental Life of the Parish
The Sacraments are the Church’s way of celebrating God’s presence among his people. They are signs of growth and change experienced at significant moments in a person’s life. [Because of the pandemic. Sacraments will be celebrated according to the guidelines issued by the Diocese.]
RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS [RCIA] -
BAPTISM OF INFANTS: is celebrated on Saturdays or Sundays, by appointment following a course of preparation. For details about preparation courses please see Fr. Anthony. At least one of the Godparents should be a practising Catholic.
FIRST HOLY COMMUNION
FIRST HOLY COMMUNION usually takes place in May or June each year following a course of preparation [starting in October] for both the children [usually every other week during term times] and parents [six meetings]. Children need to be about 7/8 years of age [Year 3 and above]. Those children who do not attend a Catholic School need to attend children’s liturgy for a year before applying to make their First Holy Communion.
RECONCILIATION [CONFESSION] -
ANOINTING OF THE SICK
ANOINTING OF THE SICK -
HOLY ORDERS -
If you are considering the priesthood or religious life, please contact Fr. Anthony
THE SEVEN SACRAMENTS