For couples looking to receive the sacrament of Holy Matrimony,
please contact the parish office to schedule an appointment with
our priests through a parish secretary.
It is recommended to call for an appointment ATLEAST 1 YEAR
in advance of marriage date.
The process takes at least 6 months
If a person has been previously married, even if not celebrated before a Catholic priest or deacon, he or she must present an annulment decree or the death certificate of the former spouse, before the priest or deacon can set a wedding date.
When calling to schedule an appointment to begin the marriage
process, please have the following documents on hand:
- Original Copies of Catholic Baptism, Communion and Confirmation Certificates for both the bride and groom
- Certificates for the witnesses (Godparents). This includes Certificates for Communion and Confirmation, OR a Catholic Marriage Certificate if the Witnesses/Godparents are married through the Catholic Church.
After Meeting with our priests it is the couples responsibility to hand in any further documentation needed to the priests on time. This also includes signing up for and completing Pre-Cana classes.
The couple will set the wedding date only after receiving all the necessary documents or confirming their submission.