Reconciliation: Fridays from 5:30-6:30pm, Saturdays from 3:00-4:00pm or by appointment
Please call the office to schedule Reconciliation out side of the above times.
Many Catholics treasure the sacrament of Reconciliation. The peace of mind and soul which this sacrament imparts to us is one for which there is no substitute. It is a peace that flows from a certainty, rather than from an unsure hope, that our sins have been forgiven and that we are right with God.
Although many converts to the Catholic Church initially fear it, they quickly come to love the sacrament of Reconciliation once they get over their nameless fears—fears which come from a misconception of what the sacrament really is.
Confession, Penance & Reconciliation
The sacrament of Reconciliation is also known as Penance and Confession, among other names. (There is an explanation of some of these names in the Catechism's section on the sacrament of Reconciliation.)
Please note during Lent and Advent, to check the calendar for additional times and dates for Reconciliation celebrations.
Sacrament of First Reconciliation
For questions regarding the sacrament of First Reconciliation please contact Doug and Jennifer Brummel, [email protected]