Holy Eucharist

At St. Monica Catholic Church, the Holy Eucharist / Catholic Mass is considered the most important and highest form of prayer. The Eucharist is at the heart of the St Monica community's life. In the celebration of this mystery of faith, Christ Himself is present to His people. Rich in symbolism and richer in reality, the Eucharist bears within itself the whole reality of Christ and mediates His saving work to us. In short, when the Church gathers in the worship of God and offers the Eucharistic sacrifice, not only is Christ really and truly present in the appearance of bread and wine, but He also continues His saving work of our salvation.

First Holy Communion Catechism Class Requirements

Only persons who have attended catechism classes are allowed to receive Holy Communion.  Below are the requirements for catechism classes

  1. The child must be over 8 years old
  2. The child must attend and successfuly complete catechism classes

Catechism Class Schedule

There are two classes that take place every Saturday

  1. First class - 8.30 AM - 11 AM
  2. Second class - 2: 00 PM - 4.30 PM