The Sacrament of Reconciliation is very powerful because it frees us from sin and grants us grace. Reconciliation is the sacrament used for the forgiveness of sins committed after baptism. The story of the Prodigal Son reflects our attitudes about forgiveness and how important it is to our church family to admit to our wrongdoing and ask for forgiveness. The power of forgiving sin belongs only to God, but He uses priests as His tool and through Reconciliation, Christ wipes "the slate clean" and your soul is pure once more. Children’s First Reconciliation is received during Lent during the second grade year.

Confession is available by appointment.