The visible sign instituted by Christ to give grace.
Sacrament of Holy Eucharist Formation for the reception of the Holy Eucharist begins in Kindergarten the reception of the sacrament takes place generally in 2nd Grade after completing the application process. Formation continues through 12th Grade. Children 8 and older who have missed this sacrament will need to go through RCIA, and after full initiation they will still need to participate in parish life and continued formation.
Sunday Masses: 4:30 pm Vigil Mass on Saturdays 8:30 am and 10:30 am on Sundays
Holy Day Masses: 7:00 am and 6:00 pm Vigil Masses Scheduled as necessary (visit our Facebook events page for details)
Weekday Masses: 5:30 pm Tuesday in the Chapel of the Angels 7:00 am Wednesday through Friday in the Chapel of the Angels
Sacrament of Baptism Call the Parish Office to set up Baptism date and time and to get details regarding requirements. Baptisms are generally held after the 4:30 p.m. Mass on Saturday or after the 10:30 a.m. Mass on Sunday.
Sacrament of Reconciliation First reconciliation takes place as part of formation in preparation for the reception of the Eucharist whether that be through RCIA or youth Sacramental Preparation Program.
Saturdays 9:00 am to 10:00 am & 3:15 pm to 4:00 pm or by appointment.
Sacrament of Confirmation Preparations for Confirmation begin in Kindergarten the sacrament takes place in 10th Grade and formation continues through 12th Grade. Formal preparations generally begin in 10th grade after acceptance through the application process. if you are transferring from another Roman Catholic religious education program or Catholic school, despite what formation took place there you will be required to submit to the application process at All Saints. RCIA is available for those who are older or have missed formation. Additional formation may be available for those who've missed grades on a situational basis.
Sacrament of Marriage Contact the Parish Office at least 6 months prior to marriage for preparation as well as to look at Church availability.
Vocations to the Priesthood or Religious life Please contact the parish office as there are many opportunities throughout the year to participate in different vocations events for all different age levels. A good start would also be to visit the diocesan website on vocations which can be found here.
Sacrament of the Sick or Sick Calls (Holy Anointing & Holy Eucharist) Contact the Parish Office if there is anyone at home who cannot attend Mass and receive the Sacraments because of illness or age. Please notify the Parish Office when you or a friend are hospitalized and in need of anointing. The hospital does not always contact the Parish if a parishioner is in the hospital so please be sure to have someone confirm with the parish if you or a family member wish/need to be visited!
What is RCIA? RCIA is the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults, it is for those who are looking for more information into the Catholic Faith or those Catholic adults who would like to learn more about their faith again or those who have missed formation or sacraments. If you enter RCIA it does not mean you have to become Catholic, it simply means you would like more information. Classes usually run from early September until after Easter (Easter is when those who wish to become Catholic, receive the Sacraments).
For more information about RCIA or to sign up for classes please call 319.524.8334