Reconciliation

Jesus always welcomed the sinner. The parable of the prodigal son illustrates the joy with which the father receives his repentant son. When the relationship with the father is restored, joy and peace are experienced by both.

A personal encounter with Jesus in Confession restores baptismal grace and reconciles the penitent with the Church. The sacrament results in bringing peace and serenity to the individual and a revitalization of the community.

Who among us has not tasted the peace that comes from living in communion with God and our brothers and sisters? There is a longing in the human heart for joy, peace and the serenity of communion. There is a corresponding ache in the human heart when that communion is lacking (Archbishop Robert J. Carlson, Jesus Christ, the Divine Physician, 11).

A personal encounter with Jesus in Confession restores baptismal grace and reconciles the penitent with the Church. The sacrament results in bringing peace and serenity to the individual and a revitalization of the community.

Confession

Every Catholic is require to receive the sacrament at least once a year.

Times for Confession

Saturday: 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday: 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. (NEW DAY!)
and by appointment

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