At Holy Angels we celebrate the 7 Sacraments of the Catholic Tradition:
- Anointing of the Sick
- Holy Orders
The Sacrament of Marriage
Since 2005 The National Catholic Church has proclaimed that the Sacrament of Marriage is between two Christian persons who choose to ask God to bless and strengthen the love of the couple. There is no restriction on gender, gender identity or orientation. This is a full Sacramental Marriage, not simply a blessing or Holy Union. If you are interested in getting married to your partner, please use the contact page to schedule an appointment with a member of the Pastoral Staff.
The Call to Ordained Ministry is a mystery of God's involvement with the Church and the People of God. That discernment on the call is a spiritual journey of the one God has chosen. What we do know is that God's call is not limited to any one gender or marital status. God calls different people to ordained ministry because there are different people and needs within the Family of God. If you feel called and would like guidance in the discernment process, please contact our Director of Vocations on staff (Fr. Rich Vitale).
Mass is celebrated every Sunday at 11:00 AM. You do not have to be a member of Holy Angels, or even Catholic. Any who want to come and worship God in a community of love and acceptance are welcomed. Our Eucharistic table is open to all, God's perfect gift is offered in the same manner as Jesus offered the Last Supper; open to all with no reservations or judgements. Come and share the Feast.
Anointing of the Sick
The Communal Anointing of the Sick is celebrated at the end of mass on the first Sunday of each month. All are invited to share this special Sacrament of God's healing. While we pray for physical healing, we know that God heals more than just the body. People pray for emotional or spiritual healing knowing that God sees the whole person, not just the physical. Individual reception is available either at the church or in the home or hospital. Please contact us if you would like to receive the Sacrament at a time or place other than the first Sunday.
baptism, RECONCILIATION & confirmation
These Sacraments are not regularly scheduled but are by appointment when desired. Please contact us for any of these or any other Sacramental or Liturgical need.