The celebration of the Eucharist (Mass) is the source and summit of the Church’s life. In the Eucharist we are nourished and fed by the risen Lord in our baptismal identity as followers of the Christ to be His presence in the world. We believe that Jesus Christ is truly presen t- Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity - under the forms of bread and wine; Christ's Real Presence. This “food from heaven,” this presence, sustains us in our journey of faith.
Although we normally receive Holy Communion during Mass, if someone is homebound by illness, a priest, deacon or communion minister will bring the Eucharist to that person.
Please contact the Parish Office: 217-793-1330.