A Sacrament is an outward sign instituted by Christ which conveys supernatural grace.
Baptism is the first Sacrament of Initiation into the Church. It makes us a child of God and sharer in God’s Divine life.
Preparation and a minimum of 3 months regular Faith practice are required. Please contact the parish office at 586-725-2441 for details.
If you are an adult seeking Baptism, please contact Maurine Dailey at 586-725-2441 ext. 38.
For more information on the Sacrament of Baptism, click here.
Wednesday during Holy Hour | 6:00pm
Saturday | 11:30am
The Eucharist is the source and summit of our Catholic faith as it is Jesus Christ truly present, Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity. Holy Communion is not only union with our Lord, it is also an outward sign of our union as Catholics in the Catholic Church. Contact the Religious Education Office for information regarding the preliminary requirements for reception of Holy Communion for a child or our Director of RCIA for an adult.
This Sacrament bestows the fullness of the Holy Spirit upon the recipient, strengthening the person with gifts that they may witness to Christ in their lives. Extensive preparation takes place in the Religious Education program or the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) process. Contact the Religious Education Office at 586-725-7579 or (for Adults) the Director of RCIA at 586-725-2441 ext. 38.
Our Lord Jesus Christ taught that marriage was part of God’s plan from the beginning. Jesus raises marriage to the dignity of a Sacrament. Christian marriage should be a reflection of Christ’s love for His bride the Church. Marriage prep takes approximately six months. Be sure to contact the office in plenty of time. We can not reserve your date until you have had the first meeting.
The Letter of St. James commands us : “Are there any who are sick among you? Let them send for the priest of the church, let the priest pray over them anointing them with oil in the name of the Lord. The prayer of faith will save the sick person, the Lord will raise them up, if they have committed any sins, their sins will be forgiven them.”
Anyone in need of this sacrament should call the Parish office to schedule an appointment.
Homebound parishioners who would like to receive Holy Communion may contact the parish office to schedule Communion visits.