Baptism preparation classes are held at 4pm in the Parish Center on the fourth Sunday of each month, except holidays. The next class is August 26, 2018. Please RSVP so we can prepare the appropriate materials for you. After completing the class, please schedule your date with one of the priests or deacons. All Baptisms are individual by appointment.
Confirmation completes the Gifts of the Holy Spirit given to us in baptism, and strengthens us to live our Christian lives. Preparation for Confirmation is done through our youth group programs – EDGE (middle school) and Life Teen (high school).
Eucharist is the communal meal we share during Mass, gathered around the altar. It is Christ’s Body and Blood, the sign of the new covenant He gave us at the Last Supper. Also referred to as First Communion, preparation for this sacrament is through the Parish School of Religion. Children must complete first and second grade PSR classes prior to making their First Holy Communion. Please see the PSR web pages for more information.
Confessions are heard on Saturdays 9:00 to 10:00am and 4:00 to 5:00pm, or by appointment. Confessions continue at each time until all waiting are heard. Also referred to as First Confession, preparation for this sacrament is through the Parish School of Religion.
Anointing of the Sick
Anointing of the Sick asks for God’s healing and strength to those who are ill, facing surgery or serious medical treatment or are dying. That person is anointed by the priest, who prays on behalf of the Church for spiritual and physical healing, should that be God’s will.
Marriage is a sacramental union between man and woman, uniting them for lifelong partnership that seeks the sanctity of each, and is focused on the nurturing of children, who are a gift from God. Marriage arrangements must be made at least six months in advance to begin sacramental preparation. One of the parties must be a practicing Catholic and a registered participating member of All Saints. Please contact one of the Parish Priests or Deacons to schedule your date. If you are not a parishioner here and have questions about having a wedding at All Saints Contact Laura Leach, email@example.com, 770-393-3255 x11.
Holy Orders is the gift of service to the Church that some men are called to. They may serve as deacons, priests and bishops. Their role is vital to the life of the Church, and they give their lives so that the Church can continue to celebrate the sacraments and spread the Gospel.