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Baptism   First Communion   First Reconciliation   Confirmation   Anointing of the Sick  Matrimony  RCIA   Holy Order    


First Sunday of the Month - 1 p.m.

A Baptism Booklet is provided for your information.  These are also available at the back of the church.  Please contact the office once you have read Father's booklet.

First Reconciliation and First Communion


We welcome our young members in Grade Two to prepare for First Reconciliation and First Communion.

Preparation for First Reconciliation and First Communion will take place at the church.


Children attending a public school are required to prepare through home catechesis provided by the Diocese of Hamilton.


First Reconciliations are heard on a designated Saturday during Lent.

First Communion is celebrated on one of the Sundays in the Easter Season.


An information meeting will be held in the fall.  Please check our bulletin for details.  Registration, including your childs baptism information, is required.


Please contact the Parish office for further details

First Reconciliation

Will be held on a Saturday morning during Lent.


First Reconciliation Retreat, will be held in the Parish Hall on a Saturday morning during Lent.


Catechetical Courses

First Communion

Meeting for Parents - TBA


First Communion will be celebrated - TBA


First Communion Retreat

A Saturday during Lent - TBA


Catechetical Courses - Information Flyer


The Sacrament of Confirmation is conferred upon our young members who are in Grades 7 and 8, by a Diocesan or visiting Bishop. Confirmation will be scheduled for a Sunday in the Easter Season, but only in even years, e.g. 2008, 2010, etc.

Youth attending St. Anthony School will receive instruction at the school.


Youth attending a public school are required to prepare through home catechesis provided by the Diocese of Hamilton

Anointing of the Sick

The anointing of the sick is administered to bring spiritual and even physical strength during an illness or if entering hospital. It is not only for those who are at the point of death. It is fitting to receive this sacrament when someone begins to be in danger of death from sickness or old age. If the person who was anointed recovers, they can receive this sacrament again if the need arises, as noted above.


Please contact the office, any time.



Couples planning marriage should contact the Parish Priest one year prior to the proposed wedding date.

A Marriage Preparation Information Guide is provided for your reference. Copies are also available from the Parish Office.


Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults - RCIA is the process by which adults are brought into the Catholic Church.  If you have never been baptized, confirmed or received first Holy Communion, or are a member of another Christian Church, and wish to become a member of the Catholic Church, please contact the office.  The Sacraments of Baptism and Confirmation for Adults are normally celebrated at the Easter Vigil.  The program begins in September.


Holy Orders

Whether you are prayerfully considering the call to priesthood or religious life or are seeking to support those that are considering this call, Father Wilhelm and the Vocation Office of the Diocese of Hamilton is committed to fostering and encouraging vocations, and will be happy to assist you and to address any questions that you may have.


May the Lord who calls each one of us to holiness and joy help you to know your vocation and to respond with an open and generous heart.


Father Wojciech Kuzma, Vocations Director