“The sacraments of the New Testament, instituted by Christ the Lord and entrusted to the Church, as they are the actions of Christ and the Church, stand out as the signs and means by which faith is expressed and strengthened, worship is rendered to God and the sanctification of humankind is effected, and they thus contribute in the highest degree to the establishment, strengthening and manifestation of ecclesial communion; therefore, both the sacred ministers and the rest of the Christian faithful must employ the greatest reverence and the necessary diligence in their celebration.” (CIC, c.840)
There are seven sacraments of the Catholic Church. For information about the specific processes of receiving a sacrament, please contact the rectory. The following links contain brief explanations of the sacraments offered at St. Lucy Parish.
Thank you for your interest in receiving the sacraments at St. Lucy. Please do not hesitate to contact the parish office if you have any questions.
Baptism | Reconciliation | Communion | Confirmation | Holy Matrimony | Holy Orders | Anointing of the Sick