The sacraments of Christian initiation – Baptism, Confirmation, and the Eucharist – lay the foundations of every Christian life. The sharing in the divine nature given to all men and women through the grace of Christ bears a certain likeness to the origin, development, and nourishing of natural life. The faithful are born anew by Baptism, strengthened by the sacrament of Confirmation, and receive in the Eucharist the food of eternal life.

First Eucharist is usually celebrated during the Easter season with children in Grade 2 or above. To celebrate this sacrament, children will

  1. participate in on-going faith formation
  2. attend the sacrament prep sessions, and
  3. have celebrated First Reconciliation.

The Sacrament of Communion is a Holy Sacrament by which the believer eats the Holy Body and Precious Blood of Jesus Christ, present under the form of Bread and Wine. This sacrament has the greatest importance among the seven church sacraments. It is sometimes called the “Mystery of Mysteries” or the “Crown of Sacraments”, for all the sacraments are crowned by the Eucharist.

The Sacrament of Holy Communion has many benefits, such as :