• Saturday: 4:00 pm
    Sunday: 8:00, 10:00am and 12:00pm
    Please consult special schedule for Holy Day Masses as times may vary.

    8:00am & 12 noon
    Sat: 8:00am in the All Saints Chapel unless otherwise specified

    Confessions: Saturday, 2:30 - 3:30pm in Church


Confirmation preparation is a two-year program, utilizing Chosen: Your Journey Toward ConfirmationChosen is an exciting program presenting our faith in a manner that engages and invigorates our youth.  Its programs address some of the most difficult elements of our faith, while still speaking with rather than at the participants.

We are excited to present this program, and look forward to sharing more about it with our families.  It is our hope that once our yourth are involved in our faith in this special way, they will feel moved not only to continue to practice our faith through the sacraments, but to continue to serve our parish community through Youth Ministry and works of mercy.  We encourage the parents to participate in the program through the parent's handbook, which follows along with the program and promotes topics for further discussion in the home.

Typically, the Sacrament of Confirmation takes place in the spring of each year, and is received by our 8th Grade students.  The exact date is set by the Bishop's office, so notification is provided when we know.

For more information, contact Lori Downing, Confirmation Coordinator, at the Parish Office - 732-350-5001, or by e-mail at ldowning@easeton.org.

For 2017, the Sacrament of Confirmation will take place on April 30th at the 12noon Mass.

 Works of Mercy - Confirmation

 Confirmation Resources

 Confirmation Sponsor Form

Catechesis on the Sacraments
CONFIRMATION: Strength for the Christian Catholic journey through life
By Bishop David M. O’Connell, C.M.
One of the most frequent ways I get to meet parishioners throughout the Diocese of Trenton as Bishop is when I have the privilege of administering the sacrament of Confirmation to their children, usually around eighth or ninth grade.  These are joyful occasions and parents are rightfully proud of their daughters and sons as they take this important step into Catholic Christian adulthood.
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