“Baptism does snatch us from the power of sin and death and brings us into the new life of the children of God, but it does not free us from human weakness and the inclination to sin. That is why we need a place where we can be reconciled with God again and again. That place is confession.” (YouCat 226)

Reconciliation is one of the greatest graces we can receive from God again and again. It renews our soul, totally unburdens us, freeing us from past sins. It lets us know of God’s love for us and gives us the courage and strength to carry on. God is merciful and wants nothing more than for us to accept his mercy. When you go to confession you are given a clean slate.

The Sacrament of 1st Reconciliation is done in conjunction with the Sacrament of 1st Communion. It is available for children who are at least 7 years old or in Grade 2. This year’s  classes consist of a workbook for children and parents to do together at home, as well as a half day retreat held at the church. Registration for both 1st Reconciliation and 1st Communion will take place on  Monday, September 27 and Tuesday, September 28 (choose one) at 7:00pm in the church hall .

What you need to register for 1st Reconciliation and 1st Communion: 

  • completed Registration Form 
  • completed PIPA Form
  • $30 cash or cheque made out to Holy Trinity Parish
  • copy of child’s baptism certificate (unless they were baptized at Holy Trinity)
  • Children will need the workbooks, which can be picked up during registration