6:00 PM – 8:00 PM in Main Church (English)
8:00 AM – 10:00 AM in Main Church (English & Español)
*Note: Confessions are canceled on Wednesday, December 14th and Sunday, December 25th.
Beginning on Sunday, November 27th, we will have additional reconciliation opportunities available on Sundays before the 9AM, 11AM and 1PM Masses. Confessions will be held in the adoration chapel, behind the church.
At St. Anthony’s our program is called Sacramental Preparation and you receive your First Reconciliation and First Communion together.
Our Sacramental Preparation programs are split up by grade and age. Please select the program that you fit into:
Sacramental Preparation registration is now closed for this school year. Registration will be open only during August 1 to August 31, 2023. For information on the Sacramental Preparation Program to prepare your child to receive the Sacraments of Reconciliation and Holy Communion click on the Sacramental Preparation Information button below.
Baptized Catholic children aged 7 years old through 8th grade who have completed one year of Faith Formation classes may be eligible to prepare for First Reconciliation.
First Reconciliation Preparation for Teens in 9th-12th Grade.
Our Sacramental Preparation program prepares teens over a two year period.
Those who have completed one year of EDGE or Catholic School (8th Grade) will register for Life Teen (9th Grade) or attend Catholic School AND attend Sacramental Preparation programming.
Sacramental Preparation will be through our Teen Confirmation Program. Participants will receive their First Reconciliation, First Communion, and Confirmation.
Sacramental Preparation will be through our Adult Confirmation Program – Participants will receive their First Reconciliation, First Communion, and Confirmation. During the Fall Semester, Adult Confirmation preparation is offered through an 8-10 week course. What you need:
***You will need to provide a recently issued copy of your baptismal certificate dated within the last 6 months. Please call the church that you were baptized at and ask them to “re-issue” your baptismal certificate.