The Eucharist is the source and summit of the Christian life. The other Sacraments, and the entire work of the Church, are directed toward it. For in the Most Holy Eucharist is contained the whole spiritual good of the Church, namely Christ Himself, body, blood, soul, and divinity.
Children will typically make their First Reconciliation and First Holy Communion in the second grade. Whether home-schooled, in the public-school system attending religious education released-time (Heroes of Faith), or whether attending the Catholic School (Holy Trinity), students are required to participate in additional sacramental preparation to receive the First Sacraments. Formation typically takes place in the fall for First Reconciliation and in the spring for First Holy Communion. To enroll your child in sacramental preparation, please visit our Church Center page. For more information or questions please contact Pam in the Parish Center at 812-482-1805 or Click Here.
The Eucharistic Ministry to the Sick provides Eucharistic visitation to those unable to attend Mass, such as the homebound, nursing home residents, and those who are hospitalized. The patients and residents of these facilities are brought the Eucharist and our Catholic fellowship in the form of comfort of presence, prayers, quality listening, love and compassion.
To schedule a visit from a Eucharistic Minister for yourself or a loved one, please contact the Parish Office at 812-482-1805 or Click Here