Catholics, Welcome Home!

If you have been away from the Church, we invite you to return. God the Father of Mercy is watching the road, looking for you to come home to His embrace (Luke 15:11-32). Our priests are kind and welcoming and they offer the Sacrament of Reconciliation/Confession every Saturday. We are all imperfect and on the road to holiness! It’s a journey, and God’s grace in the confessional (and all the other Sacraments) is there to help and heal us. As Jesus said when He appeared to St. Faustina:

When you approach the confessional, know this, that I Myself am waiting there for you. I am only hidden by the priest, but I Myself act in your soul. Here the misery of the soul meets the God of mercy.” (Diary 1602) 

Click on our Mass & Confession box on the home page whenever you need to check for the current times. If you’re uncertain or have questions, just call the office anytime and make an appointment to talk with one of our priests.

Click HERE for a helpful graphic that you can even print and bring with you to help walk you through a healing and freeing encounter with Christ in the confessional. (And if you’re familiar with a different Act of Contrition than what’s on there, feel free to use that instead!) 


The image on our homepage Catholics Come Home is from a book by Tom Peterson. There's also an incredibly popular and easy to read book by a famous Protestant Convert and Theologian, Scott Hahn, called Rome Sweet Home. If you're looking to be inspired by the beauty and healing that can be found in a real relationship with God and through the Sacrament of Confession, you can read 7 Secrets of Divine Mercy or 7 Secrets of Confession by Vinny Flynn. All of these can be found by googling the title, or at any of the major stores where you buy books.

The tender Father welcomes his son home in Rembrandt's
The Return of the Prodigal Son, c. 1661–1669