What is the Eucharist?
The Eucharist is the sacrament of thanksgiving to God, which constitutes the principal Catholic Christian liturgical celebration of our participation in communion with the paschal mystery of Jesus. Because the Eucharist is Jesus, it is the source and summit of our Catholic faith. Through our participation in the Eucharist, we grow closer to God and one another.
The Eucharist at Our Lady of Grace
Communion for the Homebound
If you or someone you know is homebound and would like to receive communion, please contact Beryl Schewe, Director of Pastoral Care, at email@example.com or by phone at 952-929-3317.
If you would like to become a homebound communion minister, we welcome you to the team. Communion ministers are scheduled once a month and may bring communion any day of their assigned week. Training is provided.
First Holy Communion
Second graders prepare for First Holy communion within the context of their Faith Formation program (at the parish, at the school, or at home.)If you are interested in information about preparing for First Holy Communion, please visit our Sacramental Preparation page.