The Sacrament of the Eucharist (Holy Communion)


The Source, Center & Summit of Our Faith

This is a big-ee. It always has been. We read in John 6, about how some of Jesus' followers left him over this teaching. But he didn't stop them or try to backtrack or say it was just a symbol. Jesus asked the apostles, as He asks us: Will you abandon Me because this teaching seems too hard?

We believe that when the hosts (small, round pieces of bread) and wine are consecrated by the priest, they become - as Jesus promised - His body and blood. They look and taste like bread and wine but are - by the power of the Holy Spirit - the body, blood, soul, and divinity of Christ. 

When we partake of the Eucharist, we invite Christ to spiritually and literally become part of us, that we might increasingly become more like Him. 

The scripture and theology on this sacrament are awe-inspiring and humbling. Please take some time to learn more from the resources below.

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"...for my flesh 

is true food

and my blood

is true drink..."

When many of his disciples heard it,

they said,

“This teaching is difficult; who can accept it?”

But Jesus, being aware that his disciples were complaining about it,

said to them,

“Does this offend you?"

John 66: 55, 60




The Holy Eucharist is available at our weekday Communion Services (M-F, 6:15 AM).

It is, of course, part of our celebration of the Mass as well. (Saturdays at 5PM, Sundays at 9 AM and 11:15 AM, M-Sat 8 AM)


Parents whose children are entering second grade (or higher) can contact Amy Staubach for information about our First Communion preparation program.


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