WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SACRAMENTS at St. Mary Magdalene Church...click here
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Also called Penance or Confession
Tuesday: 6:00pm - 6:45pm
Saturday: 3:30 - 5:00 pm
Appointments can also be made if necessary.
Check the bulletin since these times can vary based on other events/schedules/etc..
You may also check nearby parishes for their schedules:
-St. Philip the Apostle Link
-St. Martha Link
Sacrament of Baptism in English
INFANT BAPTISM The time to prepare for baptism is while you are pregnant. While you are making all the other plans for your baby’s birth, pick up a Baptism Welcome Packet at the parish office. It contains important information you need to know. Both parents should plan to attend the one-day English Baptism Retreat so that baptism can be scheduled and celebrated soon after the child is born; godparents are welcome but are not required to attend. If you have more questions after reviewing the packet, contact the parish office and ask for Mike Smith, our Pastoral Associate for Formation, or Ginger Herrington or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Our next retreat is Saturday, January 7, 2017. No registrations will be accepted for this retreat after January 3. Parents may sign up for available baptism dates at the retreat itself if all necessary paperwork has been received.
There is also a baptism retreat on Saturday, February 11, 2017. Registration deadline for this retreat is Tuesday, February 7.
There are no baptisms during Lent.
See our Adult Formation page and select "Becoming Catholic" or "RCIA."
Sacrament of Confirmation
For youth confirmation (high school age), see our tab under "Youth."
For adult confirmation, see tab under "Adult Formation."
Sacrament of Matrimony
Couples seeking to marry in the Catholic Church are invited to pick up a Marriage Welcome Packet at the parish office. It contains everything you need to get started. Ordinarily, couples attend four preparation sessions and then meet privately with a priest or deacon.
Couples planning a wedding need to allow at least six to twelve months preparation. Questions should be directed to Chris Rubio, our Director of Family Life at
; our pastor, Fr. Felix at
; or any one of our clergy.
Anointing of the Sick
Please call the parish office if you or a loved one wish to receive the sacrament of Anointing of the Sick. Who can be anointed?
- Those who are seriously ill
- Persons who are in danger of death
- Those who suffer from chronic, debilitating diseases or ailments, especially painful ones
- Anyone who is about to undergo surgery that would require anesthesia
- Persons who are weak or feeble due to advanced age