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To schedule a Baptism you will need to attend a class. Call the Church office for time and to register. After you have attended the class call the Church office to speak with Fr. Tommy. All dates and arrangements are made by the priest.

Eucharist / First Communion

In our parish, First Communion preparation begins in the 1st grade and is celebrated when children are in 2nd Grade. Classes are provided for older children contact Kelly Lamunyon. Adults contact Fr. Tommy by calling the Church office.


Any baptized Catholic wishing to advance on the path of developing their faith. For the young people, in our parish, this is a 3 year program that ends in the 11th grade with the Rite of Confirmation.
For adults who were not confirmed as children, it means taking part in the Rite of the Christian Initiation of Adults (R.C.I.A.).

Reconciliation (Confession)

In our parish, First Reconciliation for our children is a 2 year program that begins in the 1st grade and is celebrated in the 2nd grade. Classes for older children are provided call Kelly Lamunyon.


Wedding dates must be cleared with the pastor at least six months in advance according to the diocesan Marriage Preparation Guidelines. To begin the process call and schedule a meeting with Fr. Tommy.

Priesthood / Diaconate

If you have an interest in finding out more about the path to priesthood or the permanent diaconate in this diocese, you are welcome and encouraged to contact our Diocesan Vocations Director. Rev. Dennis J. Carver 1-228-452-4686.

Sacrament of the Sick

Anyone in ‘serious illness’, those who are infirm, in advanced years, or anyone prior to surgery can receive the Sacrament of the Sick. It is not only for when a person is in “danger of death”.