Attendance at two baptismal preparation sessions are required before Baptism can be scheduled. Preparation may begin any time during pregnancy.
Choosing a Godparent(s) for your child is an important duty for parents. Godparents are entrusted with the responsibility (along with parents) of raising the child in the Catholic faith; passing on the heritage of our faith. Choose Godparent(s) who will be a real and long-lasting help in the Catholic-Christian formation of your child. At least one Godparent should be over the age of 16, Confirmed in the Catholic faith and currently practicing their faith, including weekly mass attendance. Others must be baptized in a Christian faith.
To register for the classes and schedule a Baptism, please call Sandra Gill at 410-676-5119 ext. 110 or email: Sandra.Gill@archbalt.org
- For Baptism of adults or children over the age of 7, contact Angie Rebbert at 410-676-5119 ext. 121 or email: Angela.Rebbert@archbalt.org
First Reconciliation/First Eucharist
To receive the sacrament of First Reconciliation and/or First Eucharist (First Communion), the Archdiocesan guidelines recommend that children be in second grade or higher and have at least one sequential year of prior Religious Education experience in addition to the current year’s instruction. Involvement in a parish Religious Education program, a Home-Study program or attendance in a Catholic school serves as experience. Preparations for these sacraments usually begins during 2nd grade.
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In preparation for the sacraments, parents are asked to attend two parent education meetings and work with the child using a recommended book.
For more information, please contact Angela.Rebbert@archbalt.org or 410-676-5119 ext. 121
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION: Saturdays 3:45pm – 4:30pm – also by appointment by calling the parish office.
High School/Confirmation: Contact Diane Lewis by e-mail or 410-676-5119 ext. 115
A two year program usually beginning for students in Grade 9 and includes catechetical sessions, service projects and retreats. Celebration of the sacrament occurs at the end of the second year.
CONFIRMATION DATE FOR 2017 WILL BE SATURDAY MAY 20TH
CANDIDATES & SPONSORS REPORT AT 8:30AM
CONFIRMATION MASS WILL BEGIN AT 11AM
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Adult Confirmation: Contact Angela.Rebbert@archbalt.org or 410-676-5119 ext. 121
For adults who have celebrated the sacraments of Baptism and First Eucharist in the Catholic Church bud did not have the opportunity to be confirmed.
According to Archdiocesan policy, couples are required to make an appointment with a priest or deacon of the parish at least six months in advance of the date they plan to celebrate their wedding in order to have sufficient time for marriage preparation.
Couples are invited to attend a Wedding Planning Session to discuss the wedding ceremony, prayers, environment and music. Sessions are held twice a year.
Call the parish office at 410-676-5119 to set an appointment with a priest or deacon and to register for the Wedding Planning Session.
Anointing of the Sick
Contact: Parish Office at 410-676-5119
Available after all of the weekend Masses and at other times by appointment by calling the parish office.
Become A Catholic/RCIA Program
Introduction to Catholicism Classes –“Come and See” – Three times a year, classes are scheduled to introduce individuals to the Catholic faith or to invite adult Catholics to update their own understanding of the faith. This serves as the first stage in the R.C.I.A. process. Call for dates and to register, 410-676-5119 x121 or Angela.Rebbert@archbalt.org
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is a program designed for adults who seek the living God and desire to further their faith journey through study and conversion as the Spirit opens their hearts. If you would like to become a member of our faith, or if you are baptized Catholic and have not received First Eucharist and/or Confirmation, please contact Angie Rebbert at 410-676-5119 x121 or Angela.Rebbert@archbalt.org