To arrange for baptism, contact the parish office at 419-884-0060.
The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be offered every Sunday before the 9:00 Mass starting at 8:00 AM. It will also be offered for 20 minutes starting half an hour before each regularly scheduled weekday Mass.
Contact the church at least six months in advance to arrange for a wedding. Attendance at Engaged Couples Conference is required.
Annulments within the Catholic Church
After a divorce, most people don’t want to think about going through an annulment in the Catholic Church. If you have the intention of dating and possibly remarrying in the Catholic faith, you will need an annulment. Or if you are in one of the following situations: a divorced non-Catholic who wants to marry a Catholic, a spouse of a Catholic who was previously married, or if you are a divorced Catholic and have remarried outside of the Catholic Church and want to return to the sacraments. Whatever your reason for seeking an annulment the Church is ready and willing to help. Let us remove the stress and make this process easier for you. An annulment is a declaration by a Church tribunal (a Catholic church court) stating that a marriage thought to be valid according to Church law actually fell short, of at least one of the essential elements required for a binding union. If you are need of help or have questions you want answered, please call Judy Hess Pompei at 419-589-3585 or 419-566-7335
First Communion and Confirmation
Both first communion, typically for second grade, and Confirmation are available. First Communion questions, please contact Theresa Scheurer at [email protected]
Confirmation questions, please contact Mary Mancha 419-606-4415; [email protected]
If you are interested in becoming Catholic OCIA (Formerly RCIA), please contact Jenny Ewing 419-289-0263 [email protected] for more information
Anointing of the Sick
If a loved one needs anointing please contact the parish office 419-884-0060