First Eucharist, First Communion and First Reconciliation
The two year program begins in the first grade and students attend CCE classes. There are parent meetings, as well. More CCE information can be found here.


The sacrament of marriage is entered into for life. It is established by the consent of a man and a woman in the presence of the church minister. Please contact the church office a minimum of six months prior to any permanent arrangements. Additional requirements and preparations will be explained at that time. No permanent arrangements should be made before talking to the priest.


To obtain reconciliation with God and with the Church, we examine our conscience and confess to a priest all the unconfessed grave sins we remember. Reconciliation is before Saturday Mass from 4:30 pm to 5:00 pm, or by appointment. During the liturgical seasons of Advent and Lent, a parish celebration of reconciliation is held. For more information, call the church office at 979-548-2020.


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Anointing of the Sick

This is a sacrament of healing for the seriously ill, not to be considered as only “last rites”. Please call the church office to make arrangements.

Baptism is the first of rites which begins our journey by incorporating us in the body of Christ, that is the church. Baptism preparation class is required prior to a baptism for both the sponsors and parents. For information on SJA Baptismal Preparation, contact Roxann at 979-417-4447. For information on OLPH Baptismal Preparation, contact Rosario at 979-548-3614.

English Baptism Classes

  • Classes will be held on the second weekend of every other month. 
  • The dates listed below are tentative and will be finalized as the date nears.
  • All classes will be held at the SJA Hall.
    Classes are about 1.5 to 2 hours.


  • February 13th @ 2:00 PM
  • April 10th or 11th @ 10:00 AM*
  • June 12th or 13th @ 10:00 AM*
  • August 14th or 15th @ 10:00 AM*
  • October 9th or 10th @ 10:00 AM*
  • December 11th or 12th @ 10:00 AM*

Adult Confirmation: For those who have received Baptism and 1st Eucharist, but yet to receive confirmation. Adults preparing to be confirmed attend classes separate from the youth, but are confirmed along with the youth. RCIA is coming Fall 2021​. High School Confirmation: The two year preparation program begins in high school. Students attend CCE classes, contribute hours of community and church service, and fulfill additional requirements.