Sacraments

 

Baptism

Baptism
Baptism

In Baptism, we become adopted children of God!  We are made part of Christ’s Body, the Church, and are freed from sin. This first sacrament of Christian initiation opens the door to the other sacraments. Jesus opens the door to the Kingdom of God to all who are baptized in water, and in the Holy Spirit.

Our Infant Baptism workshop helps prepare parents and sponsors for the wonderful Rite of Baptism, and the important ongoing commitment to faith formation of children. First time parents will need to complete our Infant Baptism Workshop prior to scheduling their child's Baptism. Please complete this form and additional information about the process will be emailed to you. Infant Baptism Workshop Registration

If you attended our Infant Baptism Workshop for your older children, you do not have to repeat the class for your younger children. Please fill out this form to start the registration process. Baptism Registration Form (for those who have completed the Infant Baptism Class)

For older children, the Rite of Christian Initiation for Children is the process for children over the age of 7 to prepare for Baptism, or to be welcomed into the Catholic Church. This process takes several months with regular gatherings, leading up to the Easter Vigil.

For high school age and older, the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is the process by which an adult receives the Sacraments of Initiation (including Baptism) and joins the Catholic faith.  

Please call the Parish Office for more information, 513-825-0618.

Baptism Workshop

Parents who are having their first child Baptized must attend our Baptism Workshop. Workshops are held monthly. Please complete the registration form online or contact the Parish Office at 513-825-0618 to register for the class.

Upcoming Workshops
Tuesday 10/18/22 at 6:30pm - St. John Neumann (12191 Mill Rd., 45240)
Tuesday 9/20/22 at 7pm - Corpus Christi
Wednesday 8/17/22 at 6:30pm - St. John the Baptist (5361 Dry Ridge Rd., 45252)

Workshop Registration Form