Sacrament of the Eucharist (Communion)

The Eucharist (Holy Communion) is one of the three Sacraments of Christian Initiation.

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Together with Baptism and Confirmation, the Eucharist brings us fully into the life and mission of Jesus as lived by the Church.

An Invitation

You are invited to come and pray with us even if you have been away from regular Mass attendance for awhile. If you would like to know more about our parish community or the Catholic Church today, please feel free to contact us at 269-343-6256.

Children and youth who were baptized as infants or very young children are prepared over an extensive period of time for the reception of their First Communion through the parish Faith Formation Program. Contact the parish office at 343-6256 for additional information. 

Unbaptized adults and children old enough to be instructed are prepared thought the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) and are Baptized, Confirmed, and receive their 1st Communion during the Easter Vigil. Becoming Catholic

Holy Communion for the Home bound

If you or someone you know is home bound and would like to receive Holy Communion, please contact
the parish office 269-343-6256 to find out whom to contact to arrange for an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion to visit on a regular basis. This is a meaningful way to connect those who cannot be physically present with us to the faith community.

Learn more about the Mass.

The Worshiping Assembly at Mass

Ministries and Roles within the Liturgical Assembly at Mass

Postures and Gestures at Mass

Hearing the Word of God

The Eucharistic Prayer

The Reception of Holy Communion at Mass