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The seven Catholic sacraments are the way we encounter Jesus Christ within the Catholic Church and our QP Community. Find out more about sacraments at QP below:

Congratulations on your little one! We can’t wait to welcome your child into the life of Christ and the parish through Baptism. All new parents need to participate in our Baptism Preparation Class, which we offer once a month. To get started, please contact Mary Sams.

If you’re an adult seeking Baptism, we are happy to walk with you through this new journey into our Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA).

We’ve provided resources below to help answer any questions you may have and to help you prepare.

Second grade students prepare for Holy Communion through either church religious education or QP School. Once children complete their preparation, they celebrate First Eucharist with their class at Mass in May each year. Contact Kay Schachte for more information.

Private Reconciliation is available on Thursdays beginning at 5:00 p.m. in the Reconciliation Chapel in the rear of the worship space or any time by appointment - please contact the Parish Center at 608.231.4600.

Communal Reconciliation is scheduled and celebrated during Advent and Lent.

We offer students the opportunity to prepare for the Sacrament of Confirmation throughout grades 9-12 knowing that not everyone is ready to receive the Sacrament at the same time. Confirmation is the sacrament of mature Christian commitment, a deepening of baptismal gifts, and the gift of the Holy Spirit. It is the last of the three Sacraments of Initiation.  You can find out more on our Youth Ministry page.

Congratulations on your engagement!  We know that this is both an exciting and stressful time, as you begin to plan your wedding. We're here to help you get ready for more than just the wedding day though.

The Sacrament of Marriage is a lasting commitment of a man and a woman to a lifelong partnership. We will guide you through the preparation process to be fully prepared for a lifetime of love and joy together. 

We’ve provided resources below to help answer any questions you may have and to help you prepare.

If you would like to get married in our church, please make arrangements with a priest at least six months in advance, by calling the Parish Office at (608) 231-4600.

Called to priesthood or religious life? To discuss becoming a priest, deacon, consecrated sister or brother, contact Cheryl Horne.

Anointing is available to anyone in need of spiritual grace at the onset of illness, prior to surgery, with increasing frailty, or as a chronic or terminal illness advances significantly. You may request private anointing in the hospital, at home with family, or in church by appointment. Try to arrange for this sacrament as early as possible, rather than waiting until death is near. It can be especially meaningful for families to celebrate and pray together with their loved one. To arrange an anointing, contact Crystal Nemeth at 608.231.4614 or Cheryl Horne at 608.231.4616. In the event of an emergency, to reach a priest, call 231.4600. After hours, please follow the instructions given for emergencies.