Our Sacramental Life
Arrangements must be made with a member of the clergy team. Please call us to schedule the Baptism. There is a pre-Baptism meeting which will occur between the parents and the priest or deacon performing the Baptism.
Confirmation is celebrated once a year during the Easter season. If you are interested in being confirmed, please contact a member of the clergy team. We also offer the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA), a program for adults who are interested in learning more about the Catholic faith, are interested in joining the Catholic Church, or who just want to deepen their faith. If you are interested, please contact Father Mark.
Is the Lord calling you to the Priesthood, Diaconate, or Religious life? Have you ever considered serving God in a more unique or specialized way? Do you desire to share your love for Christ with as many people as possible? If so, contact Father Mark or the Vocations Office for the Diocese of New England of the Independent Catholic Church of the Americas, and find out more about this wonderful life of ordained ministry!
Marriage, Blessings, and Unions
Marriage is a lifelong covenant relationship between two people and we welcome the blessing of your relationship at St. Andrew's. We are also happy to celebrate and welcome full marriage equality. For couples preparing for marriage, please see the Wedding Information page at the Diocese of New England website for more information.
Has it been a while? We can assure you, there is nothing to be anxious about. The Sacrament of Reconciliation helps us to be cleansed of our wrong-doings and helps us to continue living the life of holiness. Holiness is about getting up when we have fallen down, and Reconciliation helps us do just that.
Anointing of the Sick
Please notify the Parish Office if you are hospitalized for an extended period of time, and/or if you would like to receive the Sacraments while you are ill. The Sacrament of the Sick can be celebrated more then once in someone’s lifetime, though it is traditionally reserved for grave situations.