Baptisms for Youth
Baptism is the first sacrament celebrated in the process of initiation into the Catholic Church. The waters of baptism symbolize life and death, washing and cleansing, and the mystery of new life out of death. at the baptism of a child (or any person), we celebrate and reflect on God’s unconditional love and welcome him or her into our Christian Faith.
To inquire about a youth Baptism and the preparation process for youth who are either in middle or high school (grades 6-12) contact RG Garcia at firstname.lastname@example.org
High School Confirmation
Confirmation Mandatory Sessions have concluded for the 2020-2021 Formation Year. For those who just completed their Beginning Year of Confirmation, please email Eliut Sanchez for information about registration at email@example.com .
Beginning Year Confirmation
- Saint Report: PAST DUE For Beginning and Final Year Confirmation Students
- Sponsor Candidate Application: Past Due For Final year Confirmation Students – Beginning Year students due June 25th 2021
- Service Project Due on April 15
Final Year Confirmation
- Research Project: For 2020-2021 Final Year Teens. Due March 2022 for 2020-2021 Beginning Year Teens.
- Service Project: https://forms.gle/TnigMMPYo3SgVumLA .
- Letter to the Bishop: Link available in February 2022 – Due Date: 4 weeks before Confirmation Mass. Teen must submit a doc of pdf file to the through the following link with their signature.
First Eucharist for Youth
The Eucharist is the “Source and Summit of the Christian Life.” That means that celebrating the Sacrifice of the Mass is the most important moment of our lives on Earth. To fully participate in the Mass is to be able to receive the Eucharist. We believe that God makes ordinary bread and wine into the flesh and blood of Jesus Christ, not a symbol, but his true presence. This is an important Sacrament that deserves great respect and preparation. To prepare to receive the Eucharist, you must complete a minimum of 2 years of Faith Formation.
Middle School must do their mandatory formation