Baptisms
 
The Sacrament of Baptism is sometimes called the 'Door of the Church' because it is the first of the seven Sacraments given, in terms of both timing and priority since receiving the other Sacraments depends upon it.
 
It is the first of the three Sacraments of Initiation (the other two being Holy Communion and Confirmation). Once baptised, a person becomes a member of the church.
 
For Catholics, this Sacrament is not a mere formality – it is the very mark 
of a Christian since it brings us into 
new life with Christ.
 
If you wish to have your child baptised, please call to the Parish Office (beside St Patrick's Church) and obtain a registration card/application form from the Parish Secretary. If you wish, call the Parish Office on 046 943 1251 and the documents will be sent to you to be completed.
 
You can download information about Christenings in Trim and Boardsmill from [here].
 
Baptisms are held on the first Saturday of every month at 4pm in St Patrick's Church only. Thereafter, every Second and Fourth Sundays at 2pm in St Patrick's Church or after the 10am Sunday Mass in St Brigid's Church.
 
Pre-Baptism meetings, which should be attended by parents with Godparents welcome, are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 8pm in the Parish Centre.
 
Baptisms in St Patrick’s, Trim
 
BAPTISM IN TRIM & BOARDSMILL IS OPEN TO PARISHIONERS ONLY – THOSE LIVING OUTSIDE THE PARISH WHO ARE SEEKING THE SACRAMENT SHOULD CONTACT THEIR LOCAL PARISH OFFICE.
 
 
Baptisms take place in Trim as follows:
• First Saturday of the month at 4pm. 
• Second Sunday of the month at 2pm. 
• Fourth Sunday of the month at 2pm.
 
  If you wish to have your child baptised, please call to the Parish Office for a registration card.
 
Pre-Baptism Meetings
 
Please call the Parish Office for information concerning when the next meeting will take place. All parents are expected to attend the meeting prior to the baptisms of their child. Godparents are most welcome.
 
 
   

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