- Call the parish office to arrange for the Baptism of your child.
- Parents are asked to participate in a Baptism Preparation course. Our courses will be held on the first Tuesday of each month at Resurrection Parish, 7:00 pm. Call the parish office to register.
- Please review the following Baptismal Information for Assumption/Resurrection.
- Adults who have not been baptized or those baptized in another faith who wish to join the Catholic Church are asked to take part in the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) Program.
- Please fill out the Baptism forms, print and take to the Baptism class. https://caedm.ca/Portals/0/documents/policies/603A_BaptismOfAChildForm2Jan20.pdf
- Baptism form 614E
- The sacrament is available at this time by appointment. Please call the parish offices.
- To prepare yourself for the sacrament, and sample examination of Conscience may be found at: http://www.beginningcatholic.com/catholic-examination-of-conscience.html
- Children must make their first Confession before receiving the First Eucharist.
- We are currently looking at alternative possibilities for scheduling First Communion.
- Download Information Package 2021 (PDF)
- Download registration form 2021 (PDF)
- Normally baptized children make their First Communion in Grade 2.
- All children who receive their First Communion must first have made their First Confession (Reconciliation).
- Children receive instruction, both at home and in the parish.
- Parents are provided opportunity for faith enrichment during all the sessions.
- For resources and activities that you, as a parent, can undertake, please check the website: https://www.holyheroes.com/
- We are currently looking at various possibilities to reschedule our Confirmation classes and dates.
- If your son or daughter is in grade six (or older) and you wish him/her to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation, please contact the parish office at 780-468-4071
- In order to more fully appreciate this Sacrament, children are asked to participate in a preparation program.
- You, as parents, also have the responsibility to help your son or daughter prepare for this beautiful Sacrament. Your participation is a great gift to your child.
- If you feel that you are possibly being called to the priesthood or religious life, please call the parish office to talk with the pastor.
- Our archdiocesan seminary is located at St Joseph’s Seminary, 9828 – 84 Street, Edmonton.
Holy Matrimony (Marriage)
- Please contact the parish office before making any other arrangements, such as establishing the date and the plans for the reception.
- A minimum of six months is usually required to prepare for the sacrament of marriage.
- For more detailed information please check the Archdiocesan web site.
Annointing of the Sick
- The pastor is on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to administer the sacrament to the sick and the dying. The visit of the priest is meant to comfort the sick person; no one has ever died of fright because the priest has come to visit and administer the sacrament.
- Please call us whenever you or a member of your family is seriously ill. Call us early. Call us before surgery takes place. Call us when we are still able to do something. Do not wait to call us after death has occurred; we can do nothing then. Indeed, it is not the practice of the Church to go to the hospital after death has occurred. Do not wait until it is too late.
adult baptism - RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION FOR ADULTS (RCIA)
- To learn more about the Catholic Faith or to become Catholic please contact the Parish Office for information.
The sacraments are efficacious signs of grace, instituted by Christ and entrusted to the Church, by which divine life is dispensed to us. The visible rites by which the sacraments are celebrated signify and make present the graces proper to each sacrament. They bear fruit in those who receive them with the required disposition. (Catechism of the Catholic Church : 1131)
- Please call the parish immediately upon the death of a loved one.
- We will be ready to meet and support the family by offering the consolation that comes from faith and help the family plan the funeral celebration in accordance with Archdiocesan policy.
- The pastoral ministry of the Catholic Church and its funeral rites is directed to placing the event of death in the context of our Christian faith. Its’ true meaning gives hope to the faithful.
- The funeral liturgy is a privileged moment for the family and believing community to offer worship, praise and thanks to God for the gift of the deceased. The sacrament of the Eucharist is the center of our celebration.