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​Through Baptism, God enables us to participate in his life in Jesus Christ and makes us his children. It is through this sacrament that we receive the Holy Spirit and become members of the People of God, of the Body of Christ, which is the Church. Baptism becomes our commitment to grow in this new life and to strive to acquire spiritual maturity. By baptism, God purifies us from sin. 


The Confirmation team welcomes, supports, and challenges young men and women to deepen their relationship with Christ and immerse themselves more deeply into the life of the Parish.  Candidates for Confirmation prepare their hearts and their minds for the Sacrament by participating in many opportunities.


Learn more about First Holy Communion.


​Congratulations on your engagement and welcome to Catholic Marriage Preparation! Here you will find information about having a Catholic wedding and how to go about it or to find out whether you are eligible. You both may simply have lots of questions you'd like answers to before you approach a priest.


Catholic Marriage Care have put together an excellent booklet that we recommend you read carefully. Please remember that we need at least six months notice of your wedding.


​As a preparation for receiving Holy Communion, many people will wish to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation (what we used to call "Confession") to ensure that they are in a "state of grace". The Sacrament is available on Saturday from 10am in the 'confessional' in the Church, and at any time on reasonable request.


Pastoral Care of the Sick includes visiting frail and housebound parishioners to celebrate the Sacraments of Eucharist and Anointing of the Sick. 


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