Anointing of the Sick

Anointing (along with Confession) is currently available on Wednesdays from 12 noon - 1 pm, or by appointment in the Immaculata/Holy Name Room (meeting rooms in the hallway next to church).

Funeral Planning


Considering the COVID-19 current health crisis, funerals must adhere to the social distancing requirements. Funeral lunches are suspended at this time.


Readings for the Funeral Liturgy

In every celebration for the dead, the Church attaches great importance to the reading of the word of God. The readings proclaim to the assembly the Paschal Mystery, teach remembrance of the dead, convey the hope of being gathered together again in God's kingdom, and encourage the witness of Christian life. Above all, the readings tell of God's designs for a world in which suffering and death will relinquish their hold on all whom God has called his own. A careful selection and use of readings from Scripture for the funeral rites will provide the family with an opportunity to hear God speak to them in their needs, sorrows, fears, and hopes.

In the celebration of the Liturgy of the Word at the funeral liturgy, the Biblical readings may not be replaced by nonbiblical readings. But during prayer services with the family nonbiblical readings may be used in addition to readings from Scripture.

– Order of Christian Funerals, General Introduction, nos. 22-23

Funeral Liturgy for Adults

First Reading

Responsorial Psalm

Second Reading

(or First Reading when no Old Testament Readings are selected)

Gospel

Funeral Liturgy for Baptized Children

Funeral Liturgy for Children who Died before Baptism