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With a significant drop in attendance at Mass or Eucharist, it may be timely to reflect upon our changing culture and the ever changing context in which Eucharist is celebrated weekly in our parishes.

There are many challenges today but some things need to be fairly clear unless eucharist is to disappear as the “summit an source of the Christian life”


We need to be clear about what has been called rightly, the “imperative of worship.” It can fairly be said that we all worship something. Worship is now seen as one choice among many on a weekend, something one does if one desires. It is fair to say that it is on par with recreational choices or tasks to be completed. 

“Unless you eat my flesh and drink my blood you shall not have life in you.” as a statement in the Bible of the words of Jesus  that accurately conveys how much a matter of life and death participation in Eucharist is , how central it is  as an act of worship  that sustains our faith.


Our parish logo reminds us we are community gathered for Eucharist


Preparation for First Holy Communion involves the cooperation of the family, the school, and the wider parish community. Parents and children gather monthly for family masses and special liturgies.

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Preparation for First Holy Communion includes preparing and receiving the sacrament of First Reconciliation (or First Confession).

Our Parish works with the candidate, their family and the school throughout this year to develop a deeper understanding of the Mass and the sacrament of First Holy Communion.

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