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First Communion

First Communion is considered one of the holiest and most important occasions in a life. It means that person has received the Sacrament of the Eucharist, the body and blood of Jesus Christ.


Why is First Communion so important?

First Communion opens the door of our understanding of the mystery of Jesus in our lives.

The First Communion is a celebration of children becoming part of the Catholic church. The First Communion is based on mental development, not age. However, most kids are around seven when they reach the point to take part in this ceremony and join the church. Yes, this is a big stage of the beginning. It is our responsibility to continue growing in the honor and respect that we found on the day of our First Communion.

Most Common Questions.

Many first time parents have questions about celebrating the Sacrament of Baptism. We hope your questions are answered here below.

What is a First Holy Communion?

n the simplest terms, First Holy Communion is a religious ceremony performed in church by Catholics when a child reaches the age of around 7-8 years and celebrates the first time that they accept the bread and wine (also known as the Eucharist).

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