The Sacrament of Holy Communion is the third of the Sacraments of Initiation. Even though we are required to receive Communion at least once per year (our Easter Duty), and the Church urges us to receive Communion frequently (even daily, if possible), it is called a sacrament of initiation because, like Baptism and Confirmation, it brings us into the fullness of our life in Christ.
The Eucharist is available at all daily and weekend masses. If you are interested in becoming a Eucharistic Minister or in requesting the sacrament for an ill or elderly loved one, please call the parish office: 964-1278
In our parish, students prepare for the sacrament of First Communion during their second grade year.
Eucharistic Adoration takes place after the 5:30pm mass on Thursdays.