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“Let the little children come to me, for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven.”

Baptism is our birth as Christians.

4th Sunday of the month

Please, contact the Parish Office 1 month in advance.

First Communion

Just as we need food to sustain us through the long hard climb that we know as life, so in the climb to the spiritual goal we need sustenance. This is the Eucharist, the Bread of Life, the Cup of Eternal Salvation.

The Eucharist occupies a unique place as the sacrament of sacraments. “All the other sacraments are ordered to it as to their end (Catechism of the Catholic Church, 1211)."

Call the Parish office at (928) 871-4171 for more information.


Confirmation can be seen as God's injection of spiritual vitamins for the journey through life. This sacrament is the one that suggests to us the wonderful in-pouring of the strength of the Holy Spirit which enables us to walk with strength and conviction through the murky waters of the world that is not truly God-centered.

Call the faith formation office for more information.


The sacrament of marriage is God's way of blessing a union He has already created and sanctioned. The grace of the sacrament of marriage is intended to perfect the couple’s love and strengthen their indissoluble union.

Engaged couples must initiate contact with the pastor at least nine months prior to the planned wedding date. Please contact  the Parish office.


The sacrament of reconciliation (confession, penance) is the means and the sign that Christ gave us to show His willingness to heal us when, through our own human frailty, we turn in on ourselves and away from Him and our neighbor.


Saturday 3:00-4:00pm or by appointment.

Anointing the Sick

Please, contact the Parish office for more information.

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