Holy Communion

The Eucharist is at the heart of “Christian initiation”, together with Baptism and Confirmation, and it constitutes the source of the Church’s life itself. From this Sacrament of love, in fact, flows every authentic journey of faith, of communion and of witness.

First Communion at Our Lady of the Angels is for all who have made their First Reconciliation.

Jesus’ gesture at the Last Supper is the ultimate thanksgiving to the Father for his love, for his mercy. “Thanksgiving” in Greek is expressed as “eucharist”. And that is why the Sacrament is called the Eucharist: it is the supreme thanksgiving to the Father, who so loved us that he gave us his Son out of love. The term Eucharist includes the whole of that act, which is the act of God and man together, the act of Jesus Christ, true God and true Man.

Receiving the Communion is a privilege accorded to all Baptized Catholics who have received their First Communion and are in a ‘state of grace’.

Parish Office

1 Wellgate Avenue,
North Kellyville, NSW 2155