The Eucharist is the making present, here and now, of Christ’s suffering, death, and resurrection. It is the formal name for what we call ‘The Mass’. Often, we use this name when referring to Holy Communion.

Holy Communion to the Sick is by arrangement. Please contact the Parish Office (9642 1523) to speak with Fr Jacek. Our family of families is only too happy and privileged to assist those individuals who are sick or can no longer get to Mass.

First Holy Communion:

Any Catholic student, either in the State Schools or in St Anne’s in Year 3 is a possible candidate. The catechists, teachers and church notices will announce the preparation for this sacrament. You, as a parent/s will be requested to complete a form and send a baptismal certificate. Usually, there are a series of four lessons for your child in the Therry Building as the final preparation, plus a meeting of parents. First Holy Communion will be celebrated at one of the Sunday Masses usually around August each year.