We can’t wait to welcome your child into the life of Christ and our Church through Baptism! If you’re an adult seeking Baptism or thinking about becoming Christian, we are thrilled to be part of your journey. Through Baptism we are freed from sin, reborn as sons and daughters of God, and become members of the Body of Christ. We are part of the Church and share in her mission.

Baptism is an important part of faith life. Enter into Baptism prepared and educated by reviewing the resources we've provided. Feel free to contact us for help or to answer any questions you may have.

Baptism Preparation Sessions and the Baptism Ritual Update, 3.31.2020
Good News! Baptism Preparation Sessions are still happening and so is the celebration of Baptisms! If you are looking to baptize your first child, we ask you to contact Lorianne Aubut at to get information on how to attend one of our online Baptism Preparation sessions. Regarding the Baptisms: although, the public celebrations of Masses are not being held, Father Bart can still celebrate the ritual of Baptism without a Mass. There are specific guidelines to follow if you choose to baptized your child during these moments of the pandemic. Please contact Lorianne as well to start the conversation. Praying for all our young families!


Click here to download these Frequently Asked Questions as a PDF.

Yes. A child may be baptized so long as there is a well-founded hope that he or she will be brought up in the practice of the Faith. This is present so long as one parent is willing to practice the Catholic Faith and share it with the child. A child is not penalized for having been born out of wedlock. If the parents of a child are living together without benefit of marriage or in a civil marriage not recognized by the Church, they would be encouraged to regularize their situation so that they can fully practice the Faith they are called to share with their child.

Code of Canon Law 874.1

One sponsor must be Catholic. The Catholic must be at least 16 years old, fully initiated, Catholic in good standing Cannot be either parent What if we have trouble finding one man and one woman who satisfy the requirements and can be sponsors at the Baptism?

First, only one sponsor is required, and that sponsor may be of either gender. Secondly, although it is preferable that sponsors be present for the Baptism, this is not required. One or both sponsors may be represented by proxy (someone present at the Baptism who speaks for the absent sponsor). There are no special requirements for proxies (they need not be Catholic, for example). Finally, it is not required that godparents be relatives of the parents.