Prayer to God That is the anchor of the mind, faith and hope.

Reconciliation

The Sacrament of Reconciliation celebrates healing through storytelling, by bringing our dark sides into the light of God’s forgiveness.  Jesus began His risen life by giving His apostles power to forgive sins.  

No matter how far afield we go in our faith journey, through God’s mercy and forgiveness, we can always begin again.

The Sacrament of Reconciliation is normally offered in the Our Lady of Guadalupe Oratory:

Sunday: 9:30am – 10:30am (after the 9 am Mass).

By appointment with one of our priests by contacting the parish office

Other opportunities for receiving the sacrament occur during Penitential prayer services during Advent and Holy Week.

First Reconciliation

It is extremely important that our children come to understand the forgiving nature of our Lord. Our goal is to enable the children to experience God’s loving embrace and awesome mercy. The Sacrament of Reconciliation is an important step in preparing them for their First Eucharist.

We typically prepare children at the second grade level for this sacrament. If your child is not enrolled in St. Norbert School, arrangements to prepare for this sacrament are made through the Religious Education Office.

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Catholic Family Formation and Evangelization (CaFFE)

The St. Norbert Parish Catholic Family Formation and Evangelization (CaFFE) strives to share with young parishioners and families of St. Norbert Parish the love of God our Father, our Lord Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit. It is for children in 1st-6th Grades who attend a school where formation in the Catholic faith is not a regular part of the curriculum.

LEARN MORE ABOUT CaFFE

 

CONTACT: Mark Griswold, Director of Catholic Family Formation and Evangelization (CaFFE) to inquire about your child’s preparation for First Reconciliation at 610.644.1655, ext. 114 or mgriswold@parish.stnorbert.org