The Sacraments are the ways in which we bond ourselves to our faith and our love for Jesus Christ.  

Sacraments of Initiation
These sacraments (Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucharist) initiate people into becoming Catholic and can be received by Youth and Adults.  Parents seeking Baptism for infants can learn more through the 'Infant Baptism' tab.  Parents seeking Sacramental Preparation for youth can learn more from the 'First Communion' and 'Sacramental Preparation' tabs.  Adults seeking the Sacraments can select the 'Becoming Catholic' tab to learn more about the Right of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA).

Sacraments of Healing
The Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) is an important part of making ourselves more holy and virtuous, and the Anointing of the Sick is for those with serious illness that they may receive God's blessing.

Sacraments of Vocation
Adults can continue their lives in faith by choosing a Vocation of Holy Matrimony (Marriage) or Holy Orders (becoming a priest or deacon).

If you have any questions regarding the reception of the Sacraments, please contact the parish office at 419-874-4559 or and they will guide you to the appropriate place.