“Lord, I am not worthy that you should enter under my roof, but only say the word and my soul shall be healed. “Receiving Holy Communion, the Body of Jesus Christ, is receiving His “real” presence. Communion is a holy time of worship that demands reverence and devotion as well as a reminder for what Jesus did for us. Receiving Holy Communion is something we must do repeatedly throughout our lives as Christians. Please make a reverent head bow just before receiving the Eucharist-Holy Communion.
First Communion is usually completed while in 2nd grade and celebrated during the month of May.
Candidates must be enrolled in a First Communion catechism class. Please call the Parish Office if you require additional information.