The Sacrament of Marriage is a visible sign of God’s love for the Church. When a man and a woman are married in the Church, they receive the grace needed for a lifelong bond of unity. Vows are taken by a man and a woman, in a Catholic church in the presence of a priest or deacon, stating their intent to commit their lives in sickness and in health, for better or worse, till death do they part. The family can become a walking, living, and breathing icon of the Trinity, revealing God to the world who is a communion of persons, a relationship.

For information or if you are thinking about getting Married, or getting your Marriage blessed, please contact the office at 949-574-7400 or email


Sacrament of Service


Bride and Groom, Vows

Scriptural Foundations

Matt 5:31-32;19:1-9, Mark 10:2-12, Luke 16:18, Gen 2:24, Eph 5:22-33,
1 Cor 7:10-16

To begin preparation for this Sacrament, please contact our parish office at least 6 months before your hopeful wedding day at (949) 574-7400 or email

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