OUR SACRAMENTAL LIFE

SACRAMENTS OF INITIATION

BAPTISM  

Celebration of Entrance into Christ’s Church

You must be a registered parishioner.

At least one Godparent must be a practicing Catholic.

Parents must register for a Baptism class before your baby is baptized.

BAPTISM INFORMATION FORM

 

EUCHARIST

Celebration of Sharing Fully at Christ’s Altar of Sacrifice & Communion with Jesus and His Church.

This Sacrament is normally celebrated in 2nd Grade and is a 2 year program.

The Holy Mass

Saturday: Vigil: 4:30pm

Sunday: 7:30am, 9:30am, 11:00am, & 12:30pm (Polish)

Monday through Friday: 8:30am

 

CONFIRMATION

Celebration of the Gifts of the Holy Spirit

This Sacrament is normally celebrated in 8th Grade and is a 2 year program.

 

RCIA
Celebration of the Rites of Christian Initiation of Adults.

This process is for adults who would like to join the Roman Catholic Church and have never been Baptized, or were Baptized in another Christian denomination.

There is also a process for children (RCIC) and teens (RCIT). RCIA/RCIT contact – Ms. Mary Sue Kegl at Parish office.

 

SACRAMENTS OF HEALING

 

ANOINTING OF THE SICK

Celebration of God’s Restorative Love & Forgiveness

The Sacrament offers strength to the living.

If someone becomes seriously ill, please call the Parish Rectory.

Ministers of Care are available to bring Holy Communion and/ or visit with the sick and homebound.

 

RECONCILIATION

Celebrating God’s Forgiveness through Personal Confession

Saturday Afternoon: 3:30 p. m. or Call for an appointment.

8:45am-9:00am Sunday during Advent & Lent

 

SACRAMENTS OF COMMITMENT

MATRIMONY

Celebration of God’s Blessings on the Loving Union between Man and Woman.

Please call the Parish Rectory several months in advance.

Pre-Cana for engaged couples is required by the Archdiocese, a simple ten step process.

Register on-line at www.marriageandfamilyministries.org
Couples inventory required on-line.

 

HOLY ORDERS

Celebration of Ordained Service to the Church.

The three degrees of the Sacrament of Holy Orders are Bishop, Priest and Deacon.

All three are conferred by the Sacramental Act called “ordination”, The Laying on of Hands.

Parish Contact – Fr. Ed Cronin, Fr. Joe Mol and Fr. Jan Wachala

Archdiocese of Chicago Vocation Director

Fr. Francis Bitterman (312) 534-8298 or email: fbitterman@arch.org

 

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