Receiving one’s “Solemn First Communion” is a highlight of a child’s early faith life since from a very early age they have desired to receive Holy Communion. The Eucharist is the central act of worship in the liturgical life of the Catholic Church. The celebration of the Mass is the best expression of the church’s worship of God. Eucharist means “thanksgiving”. It is the greatest means Christians have of thanking God the Father for the gift of his Son, Jesus Christ. In receiving Holy Communion, we receive the real presence of Jesus and so enter into an “intimate communion with God”.
Our Grade Two children are preparing for their Solemn First Communion in the Catholic schools of the parish.
For children in pubic and private schools who would like to celebrate the sacraments, due to the pandemic and for health safety, we will no longer use the correspondence program at the diocese for 2020/2021. We ask that you call the parish office or email Lynette Brown at email@example.com so we can contact you in helping your child with the instruction required for the sacrament.
In addition a parish preparation for receiving Holy Communion is offered for all candidates together with their parents.
Due to the recent changes and being considerate of everything that is going on Fr. Con has rescheduled the Zoom Meetings. Dates for the celebration of Sacraments remain the same.
Saturday, June 5th at 10am
Parents Zoom Meeting – Tuesday, May 11th, 2021 at 7pm
Saturday, June 5th at 12pm
Parents Zoom Meeting – Wednesday, May 12th, 2021 at 7pm
Sunday, June 6th at 2pm
Parents Zoom Meeting -Thursday, May 13th, 2021 at 7pm
LINKS TO THE MEETINGS WILL BE PROVIDED CLOSER TO THE DATE.
For further information, please contact Lynette Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org