Holy Communion As Catholics, we believe the Eucharist (Holy Communion) is the real presence of Jesus Christ and that He lovingly offers Himself as spiritual nourishment with each celebration of the Mass. This intimate exchange with our Lord strengthens us spiritually and brings us closer to God. It also increases our capacity to love one another more fully and to live in Christian community.
First Holy Communion Children typically make their First Holy Communion when they are in the second grade. They must complete at least one year of formal religious education prior to receiving the sacrament according to the Diocese of Charleston.
Scott Kramer, Director of Faith Formation E-mail address: CorpusDFF@aol.com Office Phone: 359-4391
Adults who are interested in receiving the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Reconciliation and/or First Holy Communion), please contact Scott Kramer, Director of Faith Formation E-mail address: CorpusDFF@aol.com : Office Phone: 359-4391