Sacraments

Xt Amongst

This section of the parish website is dedicated to the various scaraments including; baptism, confession, confirmation, holy communion, marriage and anointing of the sick.

Annointing of the Sick

What does the Church teach?

Baptism

By appointment. Please give at least one month’s notice to Fr. Gabor, Fr. Patrick, or Deacon Brian!   Baptism is the loving act of God through which we are reborn to eternal life, and become members of his family!   If you wish your child your child to be baptized, please speak to either Fr. Gabor or …

Confession

Sacrament of Reconciliation: THIS IS ONE OF THE MOST POWERFUL EXPERIENCES OF INNER HEALING THAT OFTEN PEOPLE HAVE IN THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD AND OTHERS. SO PLEASE COME BACK TO THE LORD WITH ALL YOUR HEART!!   Confessions are heard Wednesdays and Saturdays after Mass or by appointment (just give Fr. Gabor and we’ll meet) …

Confirmation

Confirmation is both a public commitment to use the gifts of the Holy Spirit to carry out our mission as Christians and also the sacramental ceremony through which the gifts of the Holy Spirit are increased for that mission!       What does the Church teach?  

Eucharist

Watch Mass online (only if you are sick or unable to go to Mass for a serious reason): please click here    What does the Church teach?   Children’s sacramental preparation: Tuesdays: 4-4.30pm. Parents, please stay in the class. Thank you! Fr. Gabor (updated on 2016.09.07)

Holy Orders

Prayer for Vocations “Whoever believes in the Son of Man will have eternal life.” Are you called to bring faith in Christ and eternal life to others as a priest, deacon or in the consecrated life? Please contact (Fr Keith Herrera) on (01224) 640160 or visit the national website http://www.priestsforscotland.org.uk/.   Watch this video, which tells …

Marriage

Once you have lived in a particular place for six months or more you are regarded as a resident in the eyes of the Church and consequently you are considered to be a member of the local parish. The parish priest therefore has responsibility for preparing and processing your application.   Before you consider entering …