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In Care Facilities or at Home

If you or a loved one cannot make it to our masses due to hospitalization or long-term illness and still wishes to receive, please contact us.  Due to privacy laws, hospitals and other care facilities cannot notify us themselves.

Contact

Parish Office, 853-7468, or Email Our Front Desk

First Communion

First Communion is celebrated in the spring.  Children in the second grade or higher should attend PRE classes or have been in a parochial school for the year prior to receiving the sacrament.  Adults and teens are given preparation for this sacrament in the RCIA sessions. Call or email us for more information.

Adults and teens are given preparation for this sacrament in the RCIA sessions. Call or email us for more information.

Contact Lea Weaver, Director of Religious Education, 853-0135,

Lea Weaver, Director of Religious Education, 853-0135, Email Lea

Gluten Allergies

We have gluten-free hosts available for those with allergies. With adequate notification, we can gladly accommodate you.  Please call ahead so we know the masses at which you wish to receive.  If that is not possible, check with our sacristans (usually standing in the right hallway in front of the Lay Ministry bulletin board) at least 15 minutes before a weekend mass. For daily mass, speak to Father directly.

Contact

Parish Office, 853-7468, or Email Our Front Desk