The Eucharist is the source and the summit of the whole of the Church’s worship and of the Christian life. As the Vatican Council’s Decree on the Life and Ministry of Priests reminds us; “every other sacrament, indeed every ministry of the Church, is linked with the Eucharist and is directed towards it …. for the Eucharist contains the entire spiritual good of the Church, namely Christ Himself”.
If you, or someone in your family is unable to attend Mass, whether temporarily or permanently, due to sickness or advanced age, please contact the parish office and a minister of the Eucharist will be arranged to bring Communion to the home.
The Sacrament of First Holy Communion:
The Sacrament of First Holy Communion is celebrated at All Hallows by children in Year 3 or above who have been baptised and have celebrated their reconciliation.
Any child attending school outside the parish but worshipping at All Hallows is welcome and encouraged to receive First Communion with the parish group. All children intending to receive these sacraments in the parish group will be expected to follow the programme of preparation.
The Sacrament of First Holy Communion dates for 2019:
3rd July – Parent Information meeting at 7pm in the Church
5th July – Boxes ready for collection from the parish office
6/7th July – Commitment mass (you may attend either the Saturday vigil or Sunday 10am mass)
Week starting 22nd July – Home meetings start and continue over 4 weeks. Sessions should last approximately 1 hour each.
17th August – Children’s Holy Communion – Session 1 at the Saturday vigil mass.
18th August – Children’s Holy Communion – Session 2 at the 10am mass.
18th August – Children’s Holy Communion – Session 3 at the 12:30pm mass.
If you are interested in joining the All Hallows Sacramental program, please fill out the application form below and return it to the parish office at your earliest convenience.