In the Sacrament of Reconciliation, we receive the gift of God’s mercy offered to us through his Son, Jesus Christ. Jesus announced the Good News of God’s forgiveness and brought peace to sinners. Through the Paschal Mystery, Christ redeemed us from sin and opened for us the promise of Salvation. After his Resurrection, Jesus entrusted to the Apostles the power to forgive sins so that the Church could continue the ministry of reconciliation. When we celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation, our sins are forgiven by the power of the Holy Spirit, and we are restored to friendship with God. We receive God’s peace and the strength to live as followers of Jesus.
- First Reconciliation begins promptly at 9:29am, please heed the suggested time of 9:15am to ensure you have time to sign in and find a seat.
- Your child will be assigned one of two dates: January 28th or February 4th. If you cannot attend your assigned date, please contact the Religious Education office and we will gladly switch dates.
- Parents are welcome to receive Reconciliation on that day as well, but we ask that you allow all the children to go first.
- You may not sit with your child while they are confessing nor can you video tape their confession.
Students attending class on Monday or Tuesday are scheduled to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation on Saturday the 28th of January
Students attending class on Wednesday or Sunday are scheduled to receive the Sacrament of Reconcilation on Saturday the 4th of February
The Sacrament of Reconciliation is available in English and Spanish every Saturday at 4:00 pm in the Priest's Sacristy and the Confessional in the Chapel. You may also schedule an individual appointment with the priest by calling the Parish Office at (305) 255-6642.