Sacramental Formation Enrollment Form 2020
This form is your enrollment in the Sacramental Formation process. By enrolling your child in this process, you are agreeing to continue their faith formation through high school.

Confirmation and First Holy Communion will be celebrated on Saturday, March 28th at 10:00am for those already baptized. Those seeking baptism, over the age of seven, may be received into the church at the Easter Vigil Celebration on April 11, 2020. In order to be eligible to receive the Sacraments, Canon Law states that your child must be "properly disposed". This form will help Sacred Heart gather all of the information required and all of the action steps needed to be prepared. This form can also be requested and submitted in paper format.

Email address *
Family Name (individuals will be listed below) *
Your answer
Other email address (child, other parent, etc)
Your answer
Sacramental Prep is a two year process.
Sacraments are gifts of grace received by our awareness of and openness to the Holy Spirit. (In infant Baptism, the child’s parents and godparents voice this awareness and openness for him or her.) Baptism begins our formation which starts to flower in the home. Through active participation in the parish, we grow in faith, in knowledge of the Church, and in our personal relationship with the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We hope that all children will begin attending faith formation classes in kindergarten. A minimum of two years of faith formation classes is necessary for reception of the sacraments. The sacrament of Reconciliation (also known as Confession) typically occurs in the second grade with Confirmation and First Holy Communion following in third grade. Should you feel your child would benefit from further faith formation, receiving a sacrament may always be deferred. This is a matter to discuss with Fr. Charles and Mrs. Cheevers.
Please Enroll my child for:
Spring 2020
Spring 2021
Confirmation Only
First Communion and Confirmation
All Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Confirmation and First Communion)
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