In the Sacraments, we begin with signs we can see, feel, or hear; 
water, oil, bread and wine, human words and gestures.  
God acts through the ordinary to make our lives extraordinary.  
Blessing and praising God is one way we respond to God’s action in our lives. 


The Sacrament of Matrimony is a call to a vocation of love.

In the Sacrament of Matrimony, a couple enters into a covenant relationship and promise to be faithful to each other for the rest of their lives.  The priest and community witness their vows to love each other as Christ loves his Church.  The sacrament perfects the love the spouses share and strengthens their unity. Through this sacrament, the married couple help each other to live holy lives in service to each other and to the community. They welcome children into their lives and create a home of faith, prayer, and love.

Arrangements must be made at the parish office ONE YEAR prior to date of marriage.