“Confession heals, confession justifies, confession grants pardon of sin. All hope consists in confession. In confession there is a chance for mercy. Believe it firmly. Do not doubt, do not hesitate, never despair of the mercy of God.  Hope and have confidence in confession.”

St Isidore of Seville

The Sacrament of Reconciliation is offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays after Daily Mass, and on Saturdays from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel, or by appointment by calling the Parish Office at 407-365-3231.
If it has been a while since you have been to Confession, do not be afraid! The Priest will guide you through this Sacrament of healing or find out How to Go to Confession including an Examination of Conscience.
During the seasons of Advent and Lent as well as in late Summer, we offer a Reconciliation Service with Individual Confessions. Priests from other parishes in the local area are present to hear Confessions.

Sacramental Preparation for Children/ Youth

The desire to fruitfully receive the Sacraments grows out of a lived relationship with Jesus Christ in the context of the Catholic Church. The period of sacramental preparation builds on the foundation of Faith Formation. After some discernment, parents are encouraged to present their children/youth for preparation to receive Reconciliation, Eucharist, or Confirmation, in their second year of Faith Formation. The retreats and preparation sessions are in addition to weekly Faith Formation sessions.

For more information, please contact Frances Stadler, our Director of Faith Formation and Family Life at

Reconciliation & Eucharist for Children/ Youth

Preparation for the Sacraments of Reconciliation and Eucharist begins when the parents have discerned that their child is able to choose between right and wrong (usually around seven-years-old). During the two periods of preparation (one for each Sacrament), at least one parent/guardian accompanies the child/youth to sessions and retreats that focus on celebrating the Sacraments of Reconciliation and Eucharist for the first time and living it out for the rest of their lives.
First Reconciliation is usually received at the end of the fall, and First Eucharist is usually received at the end of the spring.

For more information, please contact Frances Stadler, our Director of Faith Formation and Family Life at

A few things to remember as you come to confession in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel:
  • Please enter through the main building and exit through the side doors.
  • Please wait until the other person has exited before going into the Vestry or Chapel.
  • Maintain your social distance as you wait to go in and while at confession.
  • Hand sanitizer is available for your use before and after confession.