Sacraments

BAPTISM

Parents requesting Baptism for their child should contact the parish priest to arrange a meeting. At this meeting they should bring the full copy of the child's birth certificate.


FIRST CONFESSION, AND FIRST COMMUNION FOR CHILDREN

Celebrated between Lent of Primary Three and Eastertide of Primary Four. Children should be registered with the Parish by the end of September in Primary Three. The local RC Primary School will complete the religious education programme with the children while the celebration of the sacraments will take place as a parish celebration.

If a child is not attending RC School parents should contact the Parish directly by the end of September each year.
 

BAPTISM, CONFIRMATION, CONFESSION AND COMMUNION FOR ADULTS

If you are an adult and wish to receive any of the above Sacraments or you would like to be received into Catholic Church, you should contact the Parish as soon as possible to plan an individual programme of preparation.
 

MARRIAGE

Any couple wishing to celebrate their marriage in St. Cadoc’s must contact the Priest at least six months in advance and arrange to complete the necessary pre-nuptial programme.
 

SACRAMENT OF THE SICK

If a family member is seriously ill or about to be admitted to hospital for a serious operation you can request that they receive the anointing of the Sacrament of the Sick. Simply contact the priest to arrange a home visit, or, if in hospital, request a visit from the hospital by approaching the Ward Staff Nurse.

If you are admitted to the Hospital and wish to be visited by a chaplain with Communion, you can contact the Ward Staff Nurse.
 

FUNERALS

The parish community joins in prayerful support for bereaved families by sharing in the celebration of the requiem mass for deceased parishioners. Arrangements for funerals can be made by contacting the Parish Priest.

 

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