“While they were at supper, Jesus took bread, said the blessing, broke it, and giving it to his disciples said, ‘Take and eat, this is my body.’ Then taking a cup, gave thanks, and gave it to them, saying, ‘Drink of it, all of you, for this is my blood… .’ ”  (Matthew 26:27-28)

Holy Communion

The Second Vatican Council (1960-65) called Holy Communion the “source and summit of Christian life.” The sacrament of Eucharist motivates our lives as followers of Jesus and is the way we celebrate our oneness in faith. Catholics believe that the Eucharist is the real presence of Christ in the form of bread and wine.

 

Adults
If an adult has not yet received First Communion, they should contact Sister Sharon to make arrangements to do so.
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Children
A child who is in the 3rd grade or higher can be prepared to receive their First Communion. The Faith Formation program at Holy Family offers parents and students an opportunity to prepare to receive the Eucharist (Communion) together. Contact Sister Sharon for further information.

After receiving First Communion one can receive Communion when they attend Mass or a Communion Service here at Holy Family or wherever they attend.

Please review the COVID 19 guidelines before the start of an event and/or class at Holy Family. You will need to print the form and return to the church office or by mail to 4377 Utica St. Denver, CO 80212.

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Sr. Sharon Ford

Director of Faith Formation

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