Sacraments

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Baptism

Parents wishing to have their children baptized should be registered at least 6 months prior, or should provide permission from their current parish.  Baptisms in English are celebrated once every three months.  Baptism forms are available in the narthex.

First Communion

First communion is generally celebrated in the second grade.  More information can be found on our PSR pages.

Confirmation

Young catholics in the Archdiocese of Atlanta receive the sacrament of confirmation in the tenth grade, after two years of formation.  Details for our Confirmation preparation program can be found in our Life Teen section.

Reconciliation

The sacrament of reconciliation, or confession, is provided on a regular basis from 3:45 to 4:45 on Saturday evenings or by appointment. Our priests are delighted to help you experience the joy of God’s mercy!

Anointing of the Sick

The sacrament of Anointing is provided to all who have a major illness or are facing surgery. Please call the office or contact one of our priests to arrange a time to receive the sacrament.  In the case of an emergency situation, please leave a message on the emergency line and a priest will get back to you immediately.

Marriage

Marriage preparation is a six month process which begins with a meeting with one of our priests or deacons.

Holy Orders

God is continually calling men to serve His church as priests and deacons.  If you think our Lord might be calling you be a priest or permanent deacon, please contact Fr. Greg.  We continually pray that young men respond to the voice of Christ!