|Captivated by the Blessed Sacrament|
|Why were our kids so captivated with the Blessed Sacrament?
Find out in Parish Buzz below!
|At this weekend Masses 140 children of our parish will receive
First Holy Eucharist at their respective Masses. It is the central
and most important of all the sacraments.|
Of all seven sacraments, the Holy Eucharist, or Holy Communion, is the most central and important to us. Holy Communion is offered at every Mass and the ritual of the Mass is largely taken up with preparing the bread and wine to become the body and blood of Christ through transubstantiation and the congregation to receive the body of Christ.
The Holy Eucharist refers to Christ’s body and blood present in the consecrated host on the altar, and we truly believe what Jesus taught us, when he said at the Last Supper, “This is my body … This is my blood.” We believe that the consecrated bread and wine are the body and blood, soul and divinity of Christ. For us Catholics, the presence of Christ in the Holy Eucharist isn’t just symbolic, it’s real. When you receive Holy Communion with great reverence, you’re intimately united with Jesus Christ — he literally becomes part of you.
We thank our catechists and parents who helped our parish children in their faith formation and we pray that our parents will continue to nourish the faith of these children.
|October Infant Baptism|
Congratulations to the parents and godparents
Photos are now available HERE!
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New RCIA Programme for 2015/2016