Reconciliation

And all this is from God, who has reconciled us to Himself through Christ and given us the Ministry of Reconciliation.

2 Corinthians 5:18


The sacrament of Reconciliation is about the mercy of Jesus Christ. Honestly confessing our sins reconciles us to God and restores us to His grace and intimate friendship. Confession breaks the power of shame and hurt of sin, and restores and revitalizes our relationships within the community of faith in the life of our Church.

The sacraments are core to our faith. The sacrament of Reconciliation is about the mercy of Jesus Christ. Honestly confessing our sins reconciles us to God and restores us to His grace and intimate friendship. Confession breaks the power of shame and the hurt of sin; it restores and revitalizes our relationships within the community of faith in the life of our Church.  To encourage you please take a listen to/or watch Father Mark’s homily on how to make a good confession

We look forward to administering the Sacrament to you.


CONFESSION & THE EUCHARIST – FATHER MARK BERNHARD

Father Mark reflects on why it is so many Catholics don’t go to the sacrament of reconciliation. He shows the relationship between confession and the Eucharist. To help alleviate fear around going to confession he offers tips on how to make a good confession.


 

CONFESSIONS HELD IN RECONCILIATION ROOMS ON

Tuesdays 7PM – 8PM

Saturdays 9AM – 10AM | 1PM – 2:30PM

First Friday of the month 8:30AM

Or please do make an appointment

 

EXAMINATION OF CONSCIENCE

For Children
For Teens
For Singles
For Married
In Spanish (Preguntas complementarias para examinar la conciencia a la luz de la enseñanza social católica)

CHASTITY RESOURCES

7 GREAT REASONS TO GO TO CONFESSION TOMORROW AND OFTEN


OVERCOMING THE FEAR OF GOING TO CONFESSION


 


WHY DO CATHOLICS CONFESS THEIR SINS TO A PRIEST?