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Ceremonies and Sacraments

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Baptism

Baptism is the birth of a new life in Christ. Through baptism, one becomes an adopted daughter or son of God, a temple of the Holy Spirit, a member of the Church, the body of Christ.

Confirmation

Confirmation brings growth and deepening of baptismal grace. It is received only once, like baptism.

Marriage

On your wedding day, before your parents and friends and in the presence of God, you commit yourself to create with your spouse a true community of life and love.

Eucharist

The Eucharist is the source and summit of Christian life.

Confession

The sacrament of confession demonstrates the desire to change things in one’s life. In particular, to allow oneself to be touched by the mercy of God, who welcomes through confession.


Anointing of the Sick

The anointing of the sick is especially intended to comfort those who are afflicted by illness.

Funerals

We accompany you in these difficult moments with compassion.