First Communion – May 12, 2024

We celebrate with joy those young members of our community that made their first communion last weekend: Tierney Elliott, Fiona Howe, Sai Jayachandran, Malia Lyzinski, Calvin Roach, Timothy Rodgers, Filomena Smith, Lydia Stanley, Evelyn Wiesner. Let us pray that this gift of the Eucharist enriches their lives and leads them to a deeper union with God. Congratulations to each of them and their families.

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