Sacraments

 

We have been called to serve not to be served ~ Matthew 20:28

 

The Sacrament of Reconciliation is a common name used for the Sacrament of Confession. Whereas "Confession" stresses the action of the believer in the sacrament, "Reconciliation" stresses the action of God, who uses the sacrament to reconcile us to Himself by restoring sanctifying grace in our souls.  For more information about dates and times please see link here.

Act of Contrition:  To help families prepare for reconciliation please see Let the Children Come: The Sacrament of Reconciliation and Children

For questions & answers about the Sacrament of Reconcilation please see How to Go to Confession

The Sacrament of the Eucharist is a sacrament and the central act of worship in the Catholic Church.  It was instituted at the Last Supper by Jesus.  In the Mass bread and wine are consecrated and changed into the Body & Blood of Christ.  We receive the Holy Eucharist in remembrance of Jesus's Paschal Mystry, His Passion, Death, Resurrection & Ascenion.  For more information about dates and times please see link here.   For the sign language for Jesus You Are Bread For Us click here.  Here is the you tube video

 

They will also be singing Shine Jesus Shine and here is a you tube link to the hymn and here is the you tube video:

 Another song that will be sung at the First Holy Communions will be Table of Plenty and here is the you tube video:

 

 The Sacrament of Confirmation is a sacrament in which the Holy Spirit is given to those already baptised in order to make them strong and perfect Christians,followers of Jesus Christ and defenders of the Faith.     For more information about dates and times please see link here.