Sacraments

Celebrating the sacraments is at the core of our parish life. Our big moments in life are marked in a solemn way from womb to tomb.

On this page we will provide all the details for the celebration of the sacraments and there is a link to more information on each sacrament.

Baptism

To make arrangements for a baptism in our parish call into the Parish Office.

Please note Baptisms take place every Second and Fourth Saturday, 12:00 Noon in St Coca’s & every Third Sunday in Newtown at 10.30am.
The timings may change if there is another event on in either Church (such as a wedding, funeral etc).

Online Baptism form can be filled out or see below to download a copy and fill in. Please fill in and email your form to info@kilcockandnewtownparish.ie

Click here for our Online Baptism Booking Form

» Read more about the Sacrament of Baptism

Baptism/Confirmation/Marriage Certificates need to be requested by form

Certificate request form

 

Eucharist Certificate

» Read more about the Sacrament of Eucharist

Reconciliation

By request.

» Read more about the Sacrament of Reconciliation

Confirmation

» Read more about the Sacrament of Confirmation

Marriage

In this diocese, church weddings can take place on any day other than Sundays and major feast days..

Click here for our Wedding Enquiry Form

» Read more about the Sacrament of Marriage

Holy Orders

The ongoing life of the church depends on vocations to the priesthood. Our diocese has a director of vocations and we’d be delighted to make an introduction for any interested candidates. Talk to any of the priests to get more information. The Diocesan website may also have useful information about Vocations in our diocese.

» Read more about the Sacrament of Holy Orders

Sacrament of the Sick

The priests of the parish attend to our sick in hospitals and at home. Many like to receive the sacrament of the sick and are strengthened and affirmed. If you would like to receive the sacrament of the sick or know someone who would please contact any of the priests or the parish office.

» Read more about the Sacrament of the Sick