This is the first Sacrament of Initiation. Baptism is the first step on the path to becoming a Christian. It symbolizes our New Beginning as followers of Christ and members of the church.  

The second Sacrament of Initiation involves receiving the Body of Christ which He gave up for us along with his blood, soul, and divinity. This signifies our union with Christ and the Church; therefore, it is important to properly prepare ourselves before receiving it.  

This is the final Sacrament of Initiation. Confirmation often signifies the fulfillment of the promises made at Baptism. When we receive this sacrament, we receive the gifts of the Holy Spirit and reinforce one’s bond with the church and spirituality.  

Penance, also known as Reconciliation, is a time for us to cleanse ourselves or remove any obstacles from our life that block us from living a life of faith. We do this by examining our conscience and self-reflecting.  

Anyone who is sick, suffering or hospitalized should receive the Sacrament of Anointing of the sick.  

Please contact us at least six months in advance of your wedding. Marriage is sacred and sanctifies a relationship

This is the sacrament in which men become ordained as deacons or priests.  

If you are interested in receiving guidance in preparation for a sacrament, please contact us to make arrangements or pay us a visit at the convent. We look forward to helping you experience a personal encounter and commitment to Jesus Christ, and sharing with you this journey of faith.  

Sacramental Preparation  

“Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, until the end of the age.” 

-Matthew 28:19-20 

Receiving the sacraments is one of the most spiritually enriching and fulfilling times in any Christian’s life. Your connection with God is strengthened and becomes deeper than ever before. We make a commitment to him as our savior and protector as he leads us along our journey of faith.   

Preparing to receive any sacrament is a difficult, yet dynamic process. This preparation is meant to strengthen your faith and help you to forge a powerful relationship with God.  

Anyone is invited to come and prepare for a sacrament. We will provide you with simple instructions to guide you towards a stronger relationship with God and faith grounded in hope and love.  

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