Baptism is a Sacrament which cleanses us of original sin, makes us Christians, children of God and members of the Church.

Baptism of Christ 
Baptism is the sacrament of regeneration and initiation into the church that was begun by Jesus, who accepted baptism from St. John the Baptist and also ordered the Apostles to baptize in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit (Matthew 28:19). According to the teaching of St. Paul, which draws an analogy with the death and Resurrection of Jesus, baptism is death to a former life and the emergence of a new person, which is signified by the outward sign of water (Catholic baptism involves pouring or sprinkling water over the candidate’s head). Baptism is understood, therefore, as the total annulment of the sins of one’s past and the emergence of a totally innocent person. The newly baptized person becomes a member of the church and is incorporated into the body of Christ, thus becoming empowered to lead the life of Christ.

We have INFANT and  ADULT Baptism.

Infant Baptism is every second Saturday of every month during the 6.30am Mass.
Parents who desire to have their infants baptised should visit the Parish Office to pick the baptism form, fill and return the form on or before Wednesday preceding the Saturday of baptism. The Godparents must present the photocopies of their baptism.

Both parents and grandparents must attend the compulsory Two days Catechesis Thursday and Friday.

Adult Baptism
This is mostly done during Easter Vigil. Those who are interested in this Sacrament should start attending Catechism class.