The Sacrament of Baptism is especially important to the life of a Catholic Christian because it purifies the person from original sin and gives him/her new life in the Holy Spirit. Through baptism, we become a member of the Body of Christ, the Church, which means that baptized Christians share God’s divine life. Sharing in God’s divine life enables the baptized disciple to overcome sin and become holy as God is holy.

Baptisms are usually celebrated on Saturdays during the 4:30 pm Mass. Baptisms are celebrated throughout the Church year except during the Lenten Season.

If I Want To Have My Child Baptized, How Do I Begin The Process?

Parents wishing to have their child baptized can begin the process by calling Mr. John David Kuhar, Director of Faith Formation @ 248-588-1222. You can also reach Mr. Kuhar via email at

If I’m An Adult Who Wants To Be Baptized, How Do I Begin The Process?

Adults wishing to be baptized are invited to 4:30 pm in the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA). For more information about the RCIA click here, or contact Mr. Steve Petty in the Parish Office at 248-588-1222 or via email at