For Catholics, the Eucharist is the source and summit of the Christian life.
In and through our full, conscious, and active liturgical participation we are enabled and empowered to foster solidarity in the world, deepen our relationships with each other, and to grow in communion with God. We are made one, then sent forth as conduits of God’s healing presence in the world.
Children generally receive their First Communion in the spring during 2nd grade. If your child is in Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, participates in PSR, or attends St. Margaret of Scotland School, please contact your leaders for more information.
If you are an adult and are interested in learning more about the Eucharist or about becoming Catholic, please consider participating in RCIA, or contact Peter Hesed at (314) 776-2255.