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St. Dominic Campus Closed Monday, September 18, 2023

Due to work being done on the entire parking lot, we will only have the 7:00am daily Mass on Monday, September 18, 2023. We will close the parking lot at 7:30am and all buildings will be unavailable for the day. This includes the Adoration Chapel, the Parish Office, and all other facilities. We plan to reopen Tuesday as scheduled. Apologies for the inconvenience!




Through the Sacrament of Reconciliation, we find God's mercy. In the Sacrament, the priest represents Christ and the Church, forgiving and reconciling us with the Church.


Penance, also known as Reconciliation or Confession, is the sacrament in which Catholics confess their sins to a priest and receive absolution for their sins. It is a powerful reminder of God's mercy and forgiveness, and it is an opportunity for Catholics to reflect on their actions and to strive to live a life of holiness.

At the heart of the sacrament of Penance is the belief that God is always ready to forgive us when we turn to him with contrite hearts. In the sacrament of Penance, Catholics confess their sins to a priest who acts as a representative of God's love and mercy. The priest offers counsel, provides spiritual guidance, and absolves the person of their sins, reminding them of God's infinite love and forgiveness.

Through the sacrament of Penance, Catholics are reminded that no sin is too great for God's mercy and that they are always welcome in the loving arms of their heavenly Father. Penance is not just a private act of confession, but a communal act of healing and reconciliation that unites us as members of the Body of Christ.

Whether you are a lifelong Catholic or someone exploring the Catholic Church, the sacrament of Penance is a powerful reminder of the importance of God's love and forgiveness in our lives. It is an invitation to turn away from sin and to live a life of holiness, knowing that we are always welcome in the loving embrace of our heavenly Father.


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Saturday: 3:00PM to 4:45pm

By Appointment: (850) 785-4574 to schedule (leave your name/number if calling after hours)


I would like to meet with a priest for confession but I can’t make it on Saturday, can I make an appointment?

Yes, absolutely! We understand that Saturday may not always be convenient for confession, and we are happy to accommodate your schedule. Please call the parish office at (850) 785-4574 to make an appointment with one of our priests.

Our priests are available to hear confessions by appointment and they will be happy to assist you in any way they can. Thank you for reaching out to us, and we look forward to serving you.

Last Updated: 
March 22, 2023


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