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    What is Reconciliation?

    The Lord gave us Reconciliation (Confession or Sacrament of Penance) as a means of being cleansed of our sins and being united with Him and the Church.

    When can I go to confession?

    The Sacrament of Penance is routinely scheduled on Saturday afternoons from 3:30 to 4:15 p.m.

    Do I have to site face-to-face?

    No. Our confessionals provide for face-to-face if you prefer, but you can also receive the sacrament from behind a screen.

    How often should I go to confession?

    Catholics are encouraged to receive the sacrament of Reconciliation regularly, at least during Lent and in preparation for Christmas. By Church Law, those conscious of serious sin must confess as soon as possible and may not receive our Lord in Holy Communion until they have received absolution sacramentally.

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    Upcoming Events

    12
    October

    Annual Dinner Auction at the Hilton Frontenac

    12
    October

    Mass and Rosary for Our Lady of Fatima 11:30 a.m.

    26
    October

    Trunk or Treat

    4
    November

    Mass of Remembrance 7:00 p.m.