Sacraments are the lifeblood of the Church. The living presence of Christ flows through them in the form of sanctifying grace.
The Sacrament of Baptism opens the door to the entire Christian life, gives new life to the spirit, marks with the imprint of Christ the one who is going to belong to him and signifies the grace of the redemption Christ won for us by his cross.
Confession / reconciliation
The Sacrament of Reconciliation brings about a direct encounter with the mercy of Jesus, restores or increases sanctifying grace, and brings about a purification of the soul on the path to become a saint.
First Holy Communion
First Holy Communion normally takes place in second grade (on Mother’s Day combined with May Crowning).
The Sacrament of Confirmation strengthens the soul with the grace of the Holy Spirit to be a witness of the faith in our world, to spread and defend it in word and deed.
RCIA is the process by which an adult person is initiated into the Catholic Church, through Baptism, Confirmation, and First Holy Communion.
The Sacrament of Matrimony brings man and woman together as one flesh, to profess before the Church their lifelong love for each other.
Anointing of the sick
The Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick brings the soothing balm of Christ’s presence to those who are sick and to those who are passing from this life to eternal life.