Baptism. Contact us about scheduling a baptism for your infant. If you are seeking baptism as an adult, please speak to one of our priests about the parish's RCIA program.
"Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you.” Matthew 28:19-20.
Catholic Church’s Requirements for Parents and Godparents
The Church asks that the parents make a serious promise to raise the child Catholic. Godparents, however, must be confirmed, practicing members of the Church, and living a life in accord with their faith. Those who are married outside the Church or who are “living together” may not be godparents. Christians from another Church, or Catholics who do not qualify may act as Christian witnesses to baptism; however, there must be at least one Catholic godparent who does qualify.
First Holy Communion & Penance. Preparation classes for children begin in January 2020 - please contact us for more information.
Confirmations. Contact us about joining our youth group, which is coordinated with our confirmation preparation program.
Marriage and Betrothal. Please contact us to discuss marriage preparation. As part of such preparation, we often have betrothal ceremonies in the Extraordinary Form.
Last Rites. Please contact us if you need a sick call or are presented with a sacramental emergency.
Confession. Please click here for the many days during the week on which confession is available at the parish.
Adult RCIA classes. RCIA meets every Wednesday at 7 p.m. It begins in the Fall and finishes at Easter. The program is taught by Fr. Masutti and it is for those interested in being received into the Catholic Church. For registration purposes and information, please contact Jo Anne Pulley at firstname.lastname@example.org or (626) 424-1962 (please leave a brief message and contact information).
Contact Us regarding your interest in these Sacraments of the Roman Catholic Church:
p: (626) 424-1962
Please identify the sacrament of interest in the subject line of your email or in any voicemail.