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Blessed Trinity

Catholic Parish in Cleveland's West Park neighborhood


Sacraments

The Sacraments listed below are celebrated by Blessed Trinity Parish. Also provided by the parish, are preparation sessions for the receiving of Sacraments so that the recipient may better understand the Sacrament being received. For an explanation of Sacramental Preperation, Click Here For Details. (Note that sacraments are a function of a parish, not of any educational program, school or PSR.)

Baptism

Blessed Trinity celebrates infant baptisms communally during weekend Masses. To begin preparing for your child's baptism, contact our rectory office or Deacon Jack Koch a few weeks in advance.

Adults who complete the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) are baptized at the Easter Vigil. Adults interested in becoming Catholic are encouraged to sign up for the RCIA process in the early Fall.


Reconciliation

Reconciliation ("confession") is available every Saturday afternoon before the vigil mass, from 3:00 pm until 3:30 pm, or at other times by appointment.

To begin to prepare your child for First Reconciliation, contact our rectory office or Katie Corbett.


Eucharist

To begin to prepare your child for First Communion, contact our rectory office or Katie Corbett.

To request the Eucharist be brought to your home, contact our rectory office or Deacon Bill Staab.


Confirmation

A diocesan bishop confers Confirmation at Blessed Trinity in early Spring. To begin preparing for confirmation, contact our rectory office or Katie Corbett in the Fall.

Adults who complete the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) are confirmed at the Easter Vigil. Adults interested in becoming Catholic are encouraged to sign up for the RCIA process in the early Fall.


Marriage

Weddings must be scheduled at least six months in advance. Marriage preparation includes an initial interview with a parish staff member, the PREPARE marriage preparation assessment, and either a Pre-Cana day or couple-to-couple ministry.


Anointing of the Sick

Anointing of the Sick is celebrated after Mass with the community for those who are seriously ill or facing any surgery. Please contact Father Doug to arrange for an annointing. Also, if you or a loved one are hospitalized, please contact the rectory to arrange for Father to visit and celebrate the Sacrament. In addition, the anointing of the sick is celebrated once a year at Mass for all those 65 and older who wish to be anointed.






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