St. Cecilia Catholic Community prepares registered parishioners to receive Baptism, Communion, Reconciliation, Confirmation and Marriage. In most cases, a person or family must be registered at least six months before the Sacrament. There is no formal preparation for Anointing of the Sick, though prayers and an examination of conscience are encouraged. *Preparation for Holy Orders is done at a regional or national level, generally through a seminary administered by an order of religious men or by a diocese.

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RECONCILIATION

Available each Saturday from 3 – 3:30 PM in the reconciliation room at church, or by appointment if you call one of our priests.  Additional services are held in Advent and Lent (see events page for specific times during those seasons).

ANOINTING OF THE SICK

Available four times a year at the beginning of each weekend Mass, or by appointment. No longer used solely as preparation for a death, this sacrament of healing is encouraged for all people struggling with sickness: physical, mental or spiritual. To find out more, read this Franciscan Media article.

HOLY ORDERS

If you are thinking about becoming a priest, our priests would be happy to speak with you! Contact them at x13 or x20.

You may also contact their order online at the Oblates of St. Francis de Sales. At the Oblate Vocation page, there are video interviews with priests, articles to help you discern about beginning the process, and a description of their formation program. To read an article about their latest ordination, click here.  If you’re interested in becoming a diocesan priest, please contact the Diocesan Vocations Office.

MARRIAGE

At least six months in advance of an anticipated wedding, participating church members should contact one of our our priests to begin the preparation process. Only a priest can guarantee a particular date and time.

We think you’ll like another website called: For Your Marriage. There you can find interactive quizzes, videos, articles and other resources. Since it’s sponsored by the U.S. Bishops Conference, you know it’s quality Catholic information, too!

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