Welcome home! The light is on for you each Wednesday from 6:30pm until the line runs out.
â€œThe Church must be a place of mercy freely given, where everyone can feel welcomed, loved, forgiven and encouraged to live the good life of the Gospel.â€ â€“Pope Francis, (The Joy of the Gospel, 114)
Lent is the perfect time to renew and restore your relationship with Jesus and with the Church as we prepare to celebrate Easter. Jesus deeply desires a personal, daily relationship with each one of us, to give us the love of the Father, that we may live in His peace and grace forever. But all of the little (and not-so-little) ways we turn from Him chip away at the relationship we have with the Lord. Jesus wants to mend our relationship with Him, but He needs us to say â€˜yes.â€™ Confession can seem intimidating for a lot of people, but with some simple preparation, it canÂ be a healing encounter with Christ that will leave you filled with peace.
Choose from these tools to help:
Why go to Confession? Confession Explanation
Learn about the Sacrament: Confession Resource (English) Confession Resource (Spanish)
Examination of Conscience for Adults: Examination of Conscience – AdultÂ (English) Examination of Conscience – Adult(Spanish)
Examination of Conscience for Children: Examination-of-Conscience-for-ChildrenÂ (English) Examination of Conscience – Children (Spanish)
Confessions in the parish
6:30pm until the line runs out
4:30pm to 5:30pm