Eucharist

Christ promised his followers that he would feed them here on earth and welcome them to a banquet in Heaven. He fulfills his promise through the sacrament of the Eucharist by offering His own body and blood to feed the faithful both physically and spiritually.

The Eucharist is the most eminent sacrament, in which Christ himself is contained, offered and received. As children reach 2nd grade or above, we extend them an invitation to celebrate the sacrament of Eucharist. This is done through participation in our parish Religious Education program.

To find out more, please contact our Religious Education office.

 

 

First Holy Communion

 

Congratulations to Nathaniel (Dean) Antiporda, Sam Hetz, and Joanna Zhu for receiving their First Holy Communion at our 9:45 AM Mass last Sunday, April 24, 2022!

Thank you to their Catechist, Martha Rubio, for guiding these students in their faith journey, and helping them understand and appreciate the value of receiving the Eucharist at Mass throughout their lives. Thank you also to their loving parents and families for supporting them as they grow in their faith.

 

    
 
Click HERE to view more photos of the event!