Pre-Registration is required at least a month in advance.
Parents need to be registered with the parish

please leave young children at home during class preparation

1st Saturday: Class in English at 10 am in Parish Hall
2nd Saturday: Sacrament in English at 10 am

3rd Saturday: Class in Spanish at 10 am in Parish Hall
4th Saturday: Sacrament in Spanish at 10 am

First Communion Masses will be April 21, April 28th and May 3rd, 2018

This is a two year preparation program

is available on Saturday 3:30-4:30 p.m., Wednesday 6:30-7:30 p.m. and any other time upon request. Communal Penance Services are held during Advent and Lent.

You must contact the office at 540-825-8945 at least six months prior to your wedding date.

The pastor and Extra-ordinary Ministers of Holy Communion are happy to bring communion to the sick, elderly, or home bound, who are unable to attend Church.

Ordinarily the priest will visit Culpeper Hospital twice per week. Please notify the rectory if you wish to have someone visited. Arrangements should also be made with the rectory for an Extra-ordinary Minister to bring Holy Communion to shut-ins on a regular basis. EMERGENCY SICK CALLS CAN BE ARRANGED ANY TIME.


The National Conference of Catholic Bishops has issued the following guidelines for funerals:

*Following the ancient traditions of humankind and the Catholic community, the Church asks us to celebrate the funeral of those gone forth in a liturgy with their bodily remains present.  This shows proper and appropriate respect for the vessel indwelt by the Holy Spirit and used throughout their journey of faith her on Earth.  This is the body that will be raised up in glory by Our Lord at the end of time.  This funeral Liturgy usually takes place in the Church at the celebration of the Eucharist.  Following this celebration, the Church recommends the respectful internment or entombment of the body.

* However, the church also recognizes the desire of some to use cremation as the preferred method of disposition.  In view of this desire, the church recommends that cremation take place AFTER the funeral Liturgy.  Following the cremation, the ashes should be buried or entombed.

* If significant reason to depart from these guidelines exist, reasonable accommodations may be made.  Any modified arrangements should be discussed with a priest.  You can call the pastor with questions regarding actual funeral arrangements before the need actually arises.

Anointing of the Sick ~  Baptism Confirmation ~ Holy Eucharist
 Holy Orders ~ Matrimony  ~  Penance ~ Funerals

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