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Preparation for parents is held at 7:00 pm in the Worship Center on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.
The Sacrament of Baptism is the foundation of the Christian community where we are cleansed from original sin.
The Eucharist is both a sacrifice and a sacrament. The Mass is that divine action in which Jesus changes the bread and wine into His own Body and Blood.
Reconciliation takes place Saturday: 4:00 – 4:45 pm or by appointment by contacting (615) 758-2424
Reconciliation is the process where we seek forgiveness for our sins so we can repair our relationship with God and others
Contact Greg Karn: (615) 758-2424, Ext. 115, firstname.lastname@example.org
Confirmation takes place in the Spring each year to the Bishop’s Schedule. Parish Religious Education Students are prepared to receive confirmation in 8th grade. The formation process begins in the 7th grade and continues thru 8th grade
Classes are held from 6:15 – 7:30 pm on Sunday from September through May
Through the Sacrament of Confirmation we renew our baptisimal promise and commit ourselves to living a life in the Christian faith.
Contact soon after engagement:
Deacon Hans Toecker : (615) 482-1895
Deacon Tom Samoray: (615) 504-6257
Deacon Steve Molnar: (615) 604-6059
Fr. Pat Kibby: (615) 758-2424, Ext. 112
Fr. Emmanuel Dirichukwu: 615-758-2424, Ext. 116
The sacrament of marriage is a visible sign of God’s love and is a gift of ones self to another.
You can find information on using the church for your ceremony HERE as well as space for your reception HERE.
“the sacrament through which the mission entrusted by Christ to his apostles continues to be exercised in the Church until the end of time: thus it is the sacrament of apostolic ministry. it includes three degrees”- the orders of bishop, priest, and deacon. (Catechism, 1536)
Please call the Parish Office: (615) 758-2424
Anointing of the Sick offers healing and comfort in times of illness that may lead to immediate death. The Anointing of the Sick is a reminder of the eternal presence of God in our human suffering.