Christ the King is excited to celebrate your child’s baptism!
Your child's initiation into the Catholic faith begins with Baptism, will be completed with their Confirmation, and will culminate in their joining the entire Christian community at Holy Communion.
This entire faith journey from the very start, is a solemn responsibility taken on by you, the parents, and shared by your faith community here at Christ the King.
Working together, we can ensure that your family and ours will grow together to become a source of life, inspiration, hope and support!
At our parish we offer three separate baptism preparation courses in the fall, winter and spring.
Preparation is required prior to the celebration of the Sacrament. You may also attend the preparation classes before the birth of your child.
Please contact the parish office @ 306-586-9020 or email@example.com to register!
September 5 Session 1
September 9 Welcome at mass
September 12 Session 2
September 19 Session 3
September 30 Baptisms
January 9 Session 1
January 16 Session 2
January 20 Welcome at mass
January 23 Session 3
February 3 Baptisms
March 27 Session 1
April 3 Session 2
April 7 Welcome at mass
April 10 Session 3
May 5 Baptisms
Choosing godparents is an important part of preparation for your child’s Baptism. To better understand who you should ask, and what the Church requires for this role, we ask that you would wait until after our first session to choose godparents for your child. At this time we will discuss in depth what the requirements are for this special role in the baptism of your child. Thank you!
"Holy Baptism is the basis of the whole Christian life, the gateway to life in the Spirit, and the door which gives access to the other sacraments. Through Baptism we are freed from sin and reborn as sons of God; we become members of Christ, are incorporated into the Church and made sharers in her mission..." -The Catechism of the Catholic Church #1213
Father Robert Barron of Word on Fire Ministries explains how baptism opens the door to life with God, laying an essential, life-long spiritual foundation for us and for our children.