The Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation (Confession)

One of the greatest gifts we have in the Catholic Church is the grace of Jesus Christ in order to be free from our sins and reconciled to the Father (as well as reconciled to ourselves and our community). Jesus Christ gave this power to Peter and the apostles (John 20:23 and Matthew 16:18).

Bishop Olmsted’s Pastoral Letter on Confession, “Apostles of Mercy”

Blessed John Paul II Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation, “Reconciliation and Penance”

How to Go to Confession:

A guide for how to go to confession, and how to make a good examination of conscience

A Guide to Confession Video:

Confession Times at NAU Newman Center:

Sunday: 9:30-10:25am, and 4:30-5:25pm (One hour before Mass) 

Daily Mass: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11:00-11:30a (Half an hour before Mass)

Tuesday, Thursday 5:00-5:30p (Half an hour before Mass)

Or by appointment.

You may call to make an appointment (928) 779-2903.