Confirmation & Frist Communion


Confirmation provides a special outpouring of the Holy Spirit, which helps the confirmed Catholic witness to Christ and lead a mature Christian life. The rite of confirmation, usually performed by a bishop, involves the anointing with chrism (holy oil), the laying on of hands, and the words ‘Be sealed with the gift of the Holy Spirit.’

First Eucharist

Those who partake in the Eucharist receive the real Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Jesus Christ in what appears to be bread and wine. During Mass, regular bread and wine are consecrated by the priest, through God’s power, when he repeats Jesus’s words, ‘This is My Body’ and ‘This is the chalice of My Blood.’

Parents: Here are the registration forms

  • Year I – Sacramental Preparation Request Form
  • Year II – Reconciliation Request Form
  • Confirmation First Eucharist Request Form
  • Sponsor Form

To begin Confirmation & First Eucharist

 preparation contact the parish office.