SacramentsThe whole liturgical life of the Church revolves around the Eucharistic sacrifice and the sacraments. (CCC 1113)

While we believe that human life is infused with the sacramental goodness of God, the Catholic Church has defined seven sacraments - instituted by and through the life of Jesus Christ. It is through the experience of the sacramental ritual that we are infused with God’s grace. The Sacraments nourish and strengthen us as they express and build up our faith.


Baptisms are held in January, after Easter, June, September, and November, after the 11:30 a.m. mass.

Parishioners must be registered a minimum of 3 months, and be active members of the church prior to the Baptism.

Parents and God Parents must
pre-register and attend a Baptismal classes. Please pick up a Baptismal packet located in the
vestibule of the church.

For more information, please call the Parish Office (909)796-2605.

Holy Communion/Confirmation

For more information please see Religious Education or call (909)796-4308.


In keeping with Diocesan norms, a 6-month period of preparation is observed.  Call the Parish Office for an appointment with Rev. Noel S. Cruz, MS. (909)796-2605.  Please bring a copy of your Baptismal certificate with you when you meet with the priest.*Please do not book your venue until after you have met with the priest.

Anointing of the Sick

Is celebrated every first Saturday after the 5:30 p.m. mass or by appointment.


Please call the Parish Office to make arrangements, (909)796-2605.


Every Saturday at 4:00 p.m. or by appointment.

Holy Orders

If you are considering a vocation to the Priesthood-Diaconate, or Consecrated Life, please contact Rev. Noel S. Cruz, MS.



Sacraments of Initiation

Sacraments of Healing

Sacraments of Vocation


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