Sacrament of Confession

Sacrament of Confession

We are all in need of the mercy of God. Sin is a conscious decision to stray from God’s will, and it harms our relationship with him. But there is no sin so great that it would cause God to cease in his love for us. Think of Jesus bending to meet the eyes of the woman caught in adultery, saying, “Neither do I condemn you.” (John 8:11). In such a way, God comes to meet us in the Sacrament of Reconciliation, bending to meet our eyes and say, “Neither do I condemn you. Go and sin no more.”  

To prepare to receive this beautiful sacrament, complete an Examination of Conscience, which helps you identify the sins you need to confess.

Step-by-Step Guide to Confession – For Teens + Adults

Step-by-Step Guide to Confession – For Kids

The sacrament of reconciliation (confession) is available 30 minutes before each weekday Mass, 30 minutes before Saturday evening Vigil Mass, or by appointment.

Next penitential service: TBA

To book an appointment, contact one of our pastors:

Fr. Rob Arsenault, CC

Fr. John Likozar, CC
Associate Pastor

Fr. Kevin Darwent, CC
Associate Pastor