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Premarital Course

The premarital course is a training that aims to prepare the couple, who are going to receive the sacred sacrament of marriage, in topics related to the family, married life, the relationship and feelings of the couple, the children in the home, sexuality, responsibilities as a couple and others.

Day: first Saturday every two months.

Hours: 9:15 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Donation: $600 per couple.

Includes: food and work material.

Conditions: register and pay at least 8 days before the retreat, with the payment of the corresponding donation.


- Marriage procedures must begin four months before the date of the celebration (Without this requirement, the wedding cannot be scheduled).

1. Updated Baptismal Certificate for marriage (valid for six months)

2. Confirmation Ballot.

3. Have First Communion

4. Birth Certificate

5. Civil Marriage Certificate

6. 2 ID-size or child-size photographs of each groom (color or black and white).

7. 2 witnesses per boyfriend (for file settlement, with a minimum of 4 years of knowing them)

8. Wake godparents: Religious marriage certificate.

9. Premarital talk record.

10. Schedule settlement date.

11. Availability of the parish agenda.

"If you do not have a sacrament, ask the secretary about the formation process to obtain them."

Costs and Payment

In the parish $2,000.00  Way to pay  Cancellation policy


Of the general order

  • The celebration must start on time. If the delay affects the following ceremonies, the venue may be changed, or even cancelled.

  • The church is always open to its parishioners, therefore it cannot be closed for private ceremonies.

  • It is not allowed to throw objects (petals, grains of rice, balloons, bubbles, etc.) both inside and outside the church.

  • The church provides the pews and chairs that are placed on the sacrament stand.

  • The placement of carpets or tents is not allowed.

  • The family must designate at least three people to do the readings of the Mass and read the petitions, as well as a minimum of two people to collect alms.

  • In order for the celebration to take place with the greatest decorum and dignity of the liturgy, appropriate attire must be worn. Remember that we are in a sacred place.

  • The person who hires the ceremony is responsible for any damage that may be caused to the church facilities.


  • With the payment of the ceremony, the foliage that the church usually has is included; 2 arrangements (one in the painting of Saint Josemaría and the other in the painting of the Virgin).

  • If you wish to have additional floral arrangements, contact the Parish.


  • The cost of the ceremony includes an organist; If you wish, you must request it at the offices at the time of making the payment.

  • Liturgical norms do not allow music to be reproduced via CD or other electronic media.

  • 15 days before the ceremony, it is necessary to inform the office which musicians and/or singers will accompany the celebration, as well as the program for approval.

    photos and video

  • Photographers may not go up to the chancel (altar area).

  • It is not allowed to connect to the electrical installation of the enclosure.

  • Given the dignity of the place, photographers must appear at the ceremony in a suit. Women must have their shoulders covered and if they wear a skirt, the length must be below the knee.

Steps to Reserve

1. Contact the parish office to check availability.

2. Make the corresponding payment.

3. Send proof of payment and documents by mail.


Marriage is defined as the alliance by which a man and a woman unite freely for life in order to seek mutual good, being able to procreate and educate children in the Catholic faith.


To be defined according to the agenda. Check dates directly by contacting the office.

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