The Eucharist is the "source and summit of our Christian faith." Eucharist means thanksgiving in which we sing the praise of the Lord and are sorry for our sins, share the word of God and partake in one chalice and one bread of the Lord for our spiritual nourishment. The weekend Eucharist (Mass) is the central act of our faith as Catholics and all are welcome to participate. We invite you to celebrate with us as we encounter the Risen Christ in His Word, in Sacrament and in one another.
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First Eucharist (Communion) is a two-year preparation process generally beginning in Grade 1, with reception of the sacrament in the spring of Grade 2. A special program is also offered for older children and teens. To enroll in the first year of the First Communion Program, contact the parish office.