Welcome to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church Faith Formation Page.
.: Celebrations of Sacraments
Baptism is the Church’s way of celebrating and enacting the embrace of God who first loved us from the moment of our conception. Baptism celebrates a family’s and a community’s experience of that love in the baptized. Baptism is the sacrament of the initial gift of the Spirit. Parents and sponsors are required to attend sacrament preparation classes prior to fulfilling the baptism. Parents are invited to come by the parish office to set a date.
Pre-Baptismal Classes are held every First Sunday of the Month at 1:30pm in the Church, classes are held only in Spanish. If you require this class in English please contact the Parish Office for availability and times.
As Catholics, to receive the Eucharist or Holy Communion – one of the three Sacraments of Initiation – is one of the most profound ways in which we encounter the real presence of Jesus Christ. Please stop by or call the parish office for age requirements for this sacrament.
Confirmation seals believers in the Spirit, anointing them and empowering them to carry on the mission of Christ. Confirmation is the sacrament of the fullness of the Spirit with his seven gifts. Please stop by or call the parish office for age requirements for this sacrament.
Is a covenant that is a sacred contract with great religious importance. Through this sacrament, God is intimately involved in the union of marriage and it is God that provides the graces necessary to deal with the problems and struggles of a marriage. For those planning to be married, please call the parish office to set an appointment to speak with the parish priest 6 months prior to the date you have in mind.
Anointing of the Sick
This sacrament is given to anyone who is seriously ill because of disease, accident, or old age. The sacrament may be celebrated during a Mass, at home, or in a hospital room. If you or a loved one is in need of this sacrament, please call the parish office to schedule an appointment.
Tuesday at 5:15pm or by appointment– please call the parish office to set date and time. We are all called at one time or another to have that precious encounter with Jesus who can and will forgive our sins and restore us to grace.
The quinceañera is a traditional celebration of life and gratitude to God on the occasion of the fifteenth birthday of a young Hispanic woman. The ritual emphasizes her passage from childhood to adulthood. Please call the parish office for fees, time & date availability.