WELCOM TO FIRST HOLY COMMUNION
Eucharist (Holy Communion) in the Catholic Church is a Sacrament and a Sacrifice and is the source and summit of our Christian life. We believe that the consecrated bread and wine are truly the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ as given to us through his Apostles at his Last Supper. This is truly the sacrament of love, unity and remembrance.
Any baptized child may begin preparation for the sacrament First Communion by registration in the parish Faith Formation program. The 2 years of required classes for First Communion may begin as early as 1st grade and the sacrament may be received as early as 2nd grade.
For more information or if you have questions, contact Nilda Sanchez-Lugo at [email protected]
REGISTRATION FORMS FOR FAITH FORMATION 2021-2022
MAY BE FOUND ON THE FAITH FORMATION PAGE.
REGISTRATIONS WILL CLOSE ON AUGUST 25, 2021.
Adult First Communion
ADULT First Communion
For adults, 18-99, who wish to receive First Holy Communion, please see our RCIA and Adult Formation page or contact Nilda Sanchez-Lugo in the Faith Formation Office.
Memorialize your child's First Holy Communion with a commemorative plaque in our Memorial Pillar. To download and fill out the memorial pillar request form, please click here.