The Eucharist is the Sacrament in which the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ become present under the appearance of bread and wine.

The Eucharist is a Sacrament of Love that unites us with Christ; strengthens us and makes holy our relationship with our fellow Christians. It nourishes us with the transforming power of grace; and prepares us for the future glory of God’s heavenly banquet.

We receive Eucharist at Mass, a celebration that recalls the Last Supper. Children and youth receive First Eucharist in May after two years of sacramental preparation.

For more information about First Eucharist, please call the Religious Education Office at 561-391-4345.
For Adult First Eucharist, please call Deacon Bill Watzek at 561-952-2828.