In order for children to prepare for First Holy Communion in the spring, children must first successfully prepare for and receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
The immediate preparation for the celebration of the Sacrament of Reconciliation is done within the family home, with ongoing support from the parish staff. Parents of second graders (and older children who have not received the Sacrament) must attend an informational meeting that will assist them in preparing their children for First Reconciliation. Providing a choice of two First Reconciliation Parent Orientation meeting: November 8 at 6 pm - 7 pm OR November 15 at 6 pm - 7 pm in the Parish Hall. This mandatory meeting (ONLY ATTEND ONE) for parents will be a brief outline of the first of the two sacraments and will help you prepare your child for Reconciliation.
According to Archdiocesan guidelines, children preparing to celebrate their First Reconciliation must be enrolled in either a Catholic school or the parish's School Religion both during the year of preparation as well as the year immediately prior to preparation. In order to prepare for First Holy Communion in the spring, children must first successfully prepare for and receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
For additional information please contact our Coordinator of Religious Education, Marissa Johansen, 410-427-4726
The Archdiocese of Baltimore’s annual campaign to promote the Sacrament of Reconciliation, usually takes place during Lent.
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