Liturgy & Sacraments

The Life of the Church.

Liturgy & Sacraments

The Life of the Church.

Celebrating Our Journey Of Faith

Living our faith at every stage of our lives.

Baptism

Baptism is the first sacrament celebrated in becoming a member of the Catholic Church.

The waters of baptism symbolize the mystery of a new life in Christ. At Baptism we celebrate and reflect on God’s unconditional love and welcome the baptized into our faith.

The Sacrament of Reconciliation, also known as Penance or Confession, allows us to confess our sins, receive absolution and be reconciled with the Church.

Reconciliation is received before First Communion. Our children receive two years of instruction before celebrating their first reconciliation in the second grade. We also have classes for those above second grade. We also have classes for adults.

Reconciliation

Reconciliation

The Sacrament of Reconciliation, also known as Penance or Confession, allows us to confess our sins, receive absolution and be reconciled with the Church.

Reconciliation is received before First Communion. Our children receive two years of instruction before celebrating their first reconciliation in the second grade. We also have classes for those above second grade. We also have classes for adults.

The Eucharist

The Eucharist is the gift of Christ himself to the Church.

The sacrament unites us to Christ; it nourishes the soul and gives us an increase of grace.

In the Sacrament of Confirmation, the Holy Spirit completes the grace of baptism and offers the newly confirmed strength as a true witness of Christ.

The Sacrament of Confirmation helps a person remain faithful to his or her baptismal commitment to witness to Christ and to serve others. The gifts of the Holy Spirit associated with Confirmation are strengths (or virtues) that Christian living requires if it is to be fruitful and complete.

Confirmation

Confirmation

In the Sacrament of Confirmation, the Holy Spirit completes the grace of baptism and offers the newly confirmed strength as a true witness of Christ.

The Sacrament of Confirmation helps a person remain faithful to his or her baptismal commitment to witness to Christ and to serve others. The gifts of the Holy Spirit associated with Confirmation are strengths (or virtues) that Christian living requires if it is to be fruitful and complete.

Marriage

Matrimony is the sacrament that unites a couple in a covenant of self-giving love. It reflects the union of Jesus Christ to his Church.

The couple’s witness of married life strengthens our parish community.

We will assist you in the preparation of your wedding day.

This is the sacrament offered to those undergoing serious illness or for people who have grown weak.

Anointing of the sick is offered to those with serious illnesses and the elderly who deserve this special blessing

For more information please contact us at 714-633-5800 or e-mail is at office@lapurisima.net

Anointing Of The Sick

Anointing Of The Sick

This is the sacrament offered to those undergoing serious illness or for people who have grown weak.

Anointing of the sick is offered to those with serious illnesses and the elderly who deserve this special blessing

For more information please contact us at 714-633-5800 or e-mail is at office@lapurisima.net

Altar Servers

It is a privilege and an honor to serve at the Altar of God.

Altar serving plays an important part in mass due to the many jobs they do in assisting the Priests and Deacons. If you are interested in becoming an Altar Server and are in 5th through 12th grade please contact Jen Cardenas at jpcardenas00@gmail.com

La Purisima Catholic Church

11712 N. Hewes St.
Orange, Ca. 92869

TEL. (714) 633-5800
FAX. (714) 633-8364
EMAIL. office@lapurisima.net

Office Hours

MON - SAT : 9am - 7pm
(closed 12pm - 1pm)

SUNDAY : 9am - 2pm