Sacraments

Please call Father Hoisington at the parish office [620-845-6763] with any questions about receiving the sacraments.

Here are the weekly times when the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is offered:
Saturday Vigil Mass 5:00 pm
Sunday Mass 9:00 am
Monday Mass 8:00 am
Tuesday Mass is offered privately
Wednesday Mass 6:30 pm
Thursday Mass 8:00 am
Friday Mass 8:00 am

Confessions are heard Saturdays from 4:00-4:30 pm or by request.

The Anointing of the Sick can be scheduled by calling Father Hoisington. Someone undergoing a serious surgery ought to receive this Sacrament at his parish before he goes to the hospital. This sacrament is also part of the “Last Rites” for those who are dying.

For the baptism of children under the age of 7, please call Father Hoisington at the parish office to schedule the ceremony (a meeting with Father is required for parents who have not attended one before). For the baptism of older children and adults, please call Father to discuss the required formation. Those baptized in an ecclesial community outside the Catholic Church who wish to become Catholic ought to call Father about the required formation.

Confirmation during the 2020-2021 school year will be conferred upon youth in junior high and high school. Formation will begin in September 2020.

Holy Matrimony requires a nine-month period of formation. Please call Father before setting a wedding date. A couple who have been married outside the Church may have their marriage validated (“blessed”) in the Church by calling Father.

Young men interested in the Sacrament of Holy Orders (Priesthood) ought to call the diocesan vocation director at 316-269-3900 or visit with Father Hoisington. Similarly, young women interested in the Consecrated Life may visit with Father to learn more.