Holy Eucharist

The Eucharist is the most eminent sacrament, in which Christ himself is contained, offered and received. As children reach 2nd grade or above, we extend them an invitation to celebrate the sacrament of Eucharist.

The Eucharist (“thanksgiving”) is the sacramental celebration of the Paschal Mystery (i.e., Christ’s dying and rising for humankind) in a context of praise and thanks for all that God has done and continues to do. The Eucharist is the most eminent sacrament, in which Christ himself is contained, offered and received. Besides receiving it at each Mass, on some occasions, Mass is replaced by a Communion Service.

MASS TIMES:

Daily Liturgy
  • Monday- Friday: 6:15am & 8:15am
  • Saturday: 8:15am
Sunday Liturgy
  • Saturday: 5:00pm
  • Sunday: 6:30am, 8:00am, 9:30am & 11:30am

CIVIL AND HOLY DAYS 

  • Civil Holidays: 9:00am Mass will replace the 6:15am & 8:15am Masses
  • Holy Days: Please check the bulletin for Details.

As children reach 2nd grade or above, we extend them an invitation to celebrate the sacrament of the Eucharist through participation in our Regional School or Parish School of Religion Program.

We also have an Adoration Chapel on the west side of the church. Although Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in the Tabernacle is available 24/7, we have the Blessed Sacrament exposed on Tuesdays after the 8:15am Mass and continues until  Benediction on Thursdays at 9:00pm.