Information Regarding the Reception of First Holy Communion
The dates for First Communion have not changed as of March 30, 2020. We are constantly evaluating the situation and working with the Diocese to make the decision that best serves our parish family. We will update this page as more information becomes available.
Distance Learning Resources During the COVID-19 Outbreak
In the absence of in-person Sacramental Preparation during the COVID-19 outbreak, please use the following resources to continue your lessons at home. New lessons will be added here each week and emailed to registered families. Please be sure to utilize these materials to continue the Confirmation discussion at home!
Feel free to work at a pace that is comfortable for you. These resources can be spaced out over the week and used as a quick break from schoolwork or as part of your dinnertime discussion!
Week of March 16, 2020
- Celebrate St. Patrick and St. Joseph
- St. Joseph
- St. Patrick
- St. Patrick & the Shamrock, Tomie dePaola
- The Shamrock as a Symbol of the Holy Trinity
- “The Catholic side of Irish soda bread (and the world’s greatest recipe)” by Kerry Weber for America Magazine
- Scripture Coloring Pages
Week of March 23, 2020
- Encounter with Christ: Eucharist Chapter 4
Week of March 30, 2020
Children wishing to receive the Sacraments of First Reconciliation and First Holy Communion may begin preparation no earlier than Grade 2.
|If you attend Sacramental Preparation on…||Your First Communion Date is…|
|Monday||May 9, 2020 at 10am|
|Tuesday||May 9, 2020 at 1pm|
|Wednesday||May 16, 2020 at 10am|
Dress for the Sacrament of First Holy Communion
Girls: White dress of any length. Dress shoes.
Headpieces optional: veils, floral wreaths, headbands, etc.
Boys: Blazer and tie with any color dress pant or suit. Dress shows.
*if your child has other accessories such as rosary beads, gloves, purses, or Bibles, we ask that you hold these items for the duration of the Mass. The children will not be allowed to have them in their pew.