Sacraments 2017-09-11T20:27:28+00:00

SCHEDULE OF SACRAMENTS

Weekday Masses
Morning6:00 am (Lauds at 5:45 am)
6:45 am
10:00 am (First Friday)
English
English
English
Evening7:00 pm (Vespers at 6:45 pm)English
Saturday Masses
Morning6:00 am (Lauds at 5:45 am)
6:45 am
English
English
Afternoon12:15 pmEnglish
Evening6:00 pm (Anticipated, Vespers at 5:45 pm)English
Sunday Masses
Morning6:00am (Lauds at 5:45 am)
7:30 am
9:00 am
10:30 am
Tagalog
English
English
English
Afternoon12:15 pm
3:30 pm (Children's Mass)
5:00 pm
English
English
Tagalog
Evening6:30 pm (Vespers at 6:15 pm)
8:00 pm
English
English
Monday to Friday6:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Saturday5:30 pm to 6:00 pm
Year of Mercy Schedule
Monday to Saturday (AM)7:30 am to 8:00 am
Monday to Friday (PM)6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Saturday (PM)5:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Masses for the Sick and Aged are held every first Friday of the month. Confession is available at 9:00 am. The Mass starts at 10:00 am.

Baptisms are held every Saturday and Sunday:

  • Orientation 11:00am
  • Baptism 11:30am to 12:00nn

Requirements:

  • Photocopy of NSO-issued Marriage Contract of parents of the person/child to be baptised
  • Parents and Principal Sponsors must attend the Baptismal Seminar at least one (1) week before the baptism. Seminar is conducted every Saturday and 2nd Sunday of the month, 9:00am to 11:00am

Reminders:

  • Please register for the Pre-baptism Seminar ahead of time
  • Please bring original documents for verification purposes
  • Releasing of Baptismal Certificate is one week after the date of Baptism from Tuesday to Saturday.

Download: Sacrament of Baptism Guidelines and Requirements

Confirmations are held every 3rd Saturday of the month from 1:00pm to 4:00pm including the seminar.

Requirements:

  • Photocopy of NSO-issued birth certificate
  • Photocopy of Baptismal Certificate

Reminders:

  • Deadline of Registration is two (2) days before the Confirmation
  • For registration, please bring original copies of required documents for validation purposes
  • Candidates are requested to go to Confession prior to Confirmation
  • Confirmation Certificate is released one week after the date of Confirmation from Tuesday to Saturday

Download: Sacrament of Confirmation Guidelines and Requirements

Healing Masses are held every last Monday of the month at 7:00pm.
Holy Hour is held every first Friday of the month at 6:00pm
Weddings are strictly by appointment.

Requirements for Catholic party/parties:

  • Baptismal certificate with the notation “FOR MARRIAGE”, issued within six (6) months to the date of the wedding
  • Confirmation certificate with the notation “FOR MARRIAGE”, issued within six (6) months to the date of the wedding
  • NSO-issued copy of Birth Certificate
  • Certificate of No Marriage (CENOMAR) from the NSO
  • Marriage License issued by the respective city/municipal officers and valid for 120 days to the date of the wedding
  • Pre-Cana Seminar (Conducted at the Jesus Divine Healer Parish; Contact Number +63.2.809.0978)
  • Publication of Marriage Banns
  • Certificate of Freedom to Marry from their Parish Priest
  • Permission from Parish Priest if are getting married outside their Parish
  • Passport-sized photo
  • Cannoical Interview

Requirements for Non-Catholic Christian party:

  • Petition for Permission for the Celebration of Mixed-Marriage
  • Permission for the Celebration of Mixed-Marriage issued by the Diocese of Paranaque Chancery
  • NSO-issued Birth Certificate if Filipino, otherwise a valid Birth Certificate
  • Baptismal Certificate or Certificate of Membership to church community/congregation
  • Certificate of Freedom to Marry issued by the party’s pastor or minister; or Affidavit of Free Status to Marry executed before a Catholic Priest by any credible person who has known the party personally for at least five (5) years
  • If Filipino, Certificate of No Marriage (CENOMAR) issued by the NSO

For Non-Christian party:

  • Petition for the Dispensation from the Disparity of Worship
  • Permission for the Dispensation from the Disparity of Worship by the Diocese of Paranaque Chancery
  • NSO-issued Birth Certificate if Filipino, otherwise a valid Birth Certificate
  • Baptismal Certificate or Certificate of Membership to church community/congregation
  • Certificate of Freedom to Marry issued by the party’s pastor or minister; or Affidavit of Free Status to Marry executed before a Catholic Priest by any credible person who has known the party personally for at least five (5) years
  • If Filipino, Certificate of No Marriage (CENOMAR) issued by the NSO

For Foreigners:

  • Clearance for Judicial Vicar
  • Certificate of Freedom to Contract Marriage from the Catholic Bishop of party’s place of origin
  • Photocopy of the foreigner’s passport
  • If submitted documents are in the native (non-English) language of the foreign party, a certified correct translation of the said documents
  • Affidavit of Free Status to Marry executed before a Catholic Parish Priest

Other requirements:

  • Valid Marriage License issued by the Local Civil Registrar
  • If already civilly married, Civil Marriage Contract
  • If living together as husband and wife, under a common law marriage for at least five (5) years, Joint Affidavit between parties
  • Certiifcate of attendance to Pre-Cana Seminar and/or councelling approved by the Catholic Church

Other requirements for those who were previously married:

  • Clearance from Judicial Vicar
  • Marriage Contract of Previous Marriage
  • Death Certificate of deceased spouse of the previous marriage, if applicable
  • Certificate of Finality of the Civil Declaration of Nullity of Marriage (for Filipinos), if applicable
  • Declaration of Nullity of the previous marriage issued by the competent Catholic Church Authority
  • Decree of Finality of Civil Divorce (for foreigners), if applicable

Download: Marriage Guidelines and Requirements

Councelling is available from Monday to Friday. Please contact the Parish Office to schedule an appointment.
Depending on availability of a pastor, sick calls may be availed of at any time. However, it is suggested that a request be made as early as possible for scheduling purposes.