Baptism

Parents of children under the age of 7 are invited to participate in Baptism Preparation and can register online by clicking here. If you’re an adult or have a child 7 years or older, click here for more information.

Communion - Eucharist

Eucharist is the source and summit of our lives at The Catholic Community of St. Francis of Assisi. As disciples, we hunger to be fed and nourished by the Word and Sacrament of Jesus Christ.

Saturday: 5:30 pm
Sunday: 7:30 am, 9:30 am*, 11:30 am*, 5:30 pm.
Weekdays: 9:00 am in St. Mary of the Angels Chapel
*Child Care Ministry available in Clare Hall, age 1 and walking through age 4

Information about First Eucharist, click here.

Confession - Reconciliation

The Sacrament of Reconciliation is an expression of God’s forgiveness of our sins that reconciles the   baptized with God and with the Church community. It is celebrated in Advent and Lent communally and individually at 4:30 pm on Saturday in the Reconciliation Room (inside the Eucharistic Chapel of Church).

Confirmation

Confirmation is a sacrament of mature Christian commitment and  a deepening of baptismal gifts of the Holy Spirit.  Like Baptism and Eucharist, it is a Sacrament of  Initiation and of faith in God’s fidelity to us. Our regular parish program is a two-year process that may begin with entrance to 8th grade. Click here for more information for youth.  For Adult Confirmation, click here.

Matrimony - Marriage

The Sacrament of Marriage celebrates the love of a couple who enter into a covenant with God and one another.

Couples planning to be married must make arrangements at least six months before the intended wedding. Click here for more information.

Holy Orders

To discern a vocation of commitment to priesthood or religious life, please speak with a friar, or visit www.beafranciscan.org or for the diocesan priesthood visit www.raleighvocations.org.

Anointing of the Sick

In Anointing of the Sick, the Church prays that the healing grace of Christ might touch the whole person, not just for physical healing, but that the one sick might find forgiveness and hope. It is appropriate to seek it for any serious illness, physical, emotional or mental, and not just in danger of death.

The sacrament of anointing of the sick is available upon request by calling either Kathleen Owen, x241, or Jackie Adamo, x268, at the parish offices. They will help schedule the sacrament for you.

Please Note: Because of Privacy Laws, hospitals may not inform us when a Catholic is in the hospital.  To notify the parish, please call Jackie Adamo at 847-8205×268.

Funeral

To make arrangements for a funeral for your loved one, please call the parish office to speak with Tresa Pickup or Kathleen Owen (during office hours) or page one of the Friars via their voice mail.

919-847-8205
Tresa Pickup x249
Kathleen Owen x241
Fr. Steve Kluge x226
Fr. David McBriar x261
Fr. Steve Patti x224

For information about the St. Francis of Assisi Memorial Garden and Columbarium, please click here.