The sacrament of baptism ushers us into the divine life, cleanses us from sin, and initiates us as members of the Christian community. It is the foundation for the sacramental life.
Reconciliation + First Communion + Confirmation
For more information on these Sacraments please visit the Faith Formation page, or contact Mrs. Rita Beltran at (210) 735-9126 ext. 110.
The sacrament of marriage is a visible sign of God’s love for the Church. When a man and a woman are married in the Church, they receive the grace needed for a lifelong bond of unity. The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, “The Christian family is a communion of persons, a sign and image of the communion of the Father and the Son in the Holy Spirit” (CCC 2205). The Sacrament of Marriage is “unitive, indissoluble and calls us to be completely open to fertility.” Christian marriage at its finest is a reflection of God’s self-giving love expressed between the love of two people. Below is a link to the requirements and guidelines for weddings. Please call or visit the parish for more information.
Annointing of the Sick
The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick gives strength and support and can be administered to anyone struggling with an illness.
If you, or someone you know, wish to receive this sacrament, please call the church office at (210) 735-9126 ext. 116 or visit us at 824 Kentucky Ave.
For any questions or concerns about Baptisms, Weddings, or Annointing of the Sick, please, call the main office at (210) 735-9126 ext. 116.
For any questions or concerns about Reconciliation, First Communion, or Confirmation, please, call the Faith Formation office at (210) 735-9126 ext. 110.