Reconciliation

 

Do you find yourself being weighed down by the sins of your life?

Take the weight off your shoulders and be freed! Come to the Sacrament of Reconciliation and experience the saving power of God’s love and mercy. Confessing our sins to a priest restores our intimate relationship with God and allows our hearts to be opened to receive the grace, forgiveness, and unconditional love that God so freely offers to us through this Sacrament.

 Click here for a helpful reconciliation guide.

 

Confession Times

Wednesdays:
11am – 12 Noon, Outdoors (front lot); 6pm-7pm Outdoors (back lot)

Fridays:
Fridays, 4-6 pm in Good Shepherd Room

Fridays, 4-6 pm in Good Shepherd Room

 

Preparing a Child for First Reconciliation

Sacramental preparation is a time for children and parents to reflect upon, and learn together, about the great love that God has for us. The Sacrament of Reconciliation is the first step in a child’s preparation for First Holy Communion. OLPH members, with children age 7 or older, with prior Catholic Faith Formation, are eligible to prepare for this Sacrament. Please contact Judy Gruel, Director of Religious Education, at the Parish Office, 410-747-4334, or email jgruel@archbalt.org for further information.

The sacrament of Reconciliation is about the mercy of Jesus Christ. The mercy of the love of Jesus, through this sacrament, breaks the power of shame and hurt of sin and restores our relationship with God. Come, experience the power of the Father’s love for you waiting in the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Need help preparing for reconciliation?

 Click here for a helpful reconciliation guide.


The Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) is celebrated every Wednesday from 6:00-7: 00 pm, Friday from 4:30-6: 00 pm and every Saturday from 3:00-4: 15 pm, as well as by appointment – just contact the Parish Office.

Preparing a Child for First Reconciliation

Sacramental preparation is a time for children and parents to reflect upon, and learn about the great love that God has for us. Reconciliation is the first step in a child’s preparation for First Holy Communion.  OLPH members with a child of age to prepare for this sacrament, please contact the Parish office at 410-747-4334 to speak with the Director of Religious Education.