Preparation for First Holy Communion is normally a two year process. Students must have attended one full year prior to the reception of the sacraments.





  • The children that attended Catechism or Catholic School the previous year, and are in the 3rd grade or above are eligible for 1st Communion. 
  • Catholic school children will also need to participate in our First Eucharist retreats and in some cases attend our Sacrament Classes. 

            

 



  • Parent sessions are mandatory and failure to attend these sessions may result in the postponement of the student’s reception of the Sacrament.

 

  • 4th – High School students who wish to receive the Sacraments need to attend their regular Religion classes plus additional classes to prepare for First Eucharist and Reconciliation.

 

  • The additional sacrament classes will begin in

January

 

 If you have any questions concerning First Eucharist, please call Sister Oralia at 210-225-6622

PLEASE PRAY FOR THE FAITHFULLY DEPARTED

Maria Helena Godina, Graciela V. Vargas, Adela Barron, Elizabeth Barrera, Antonia Trevino, Humbert R. Olivares, Roland Alvarez, Cyndi Tello, Maria Solano, Herlinda Medina, Yvonne Martinez, Daniel Lizardi, Carmen Leura, Tom Trevino, Maria Josefina Morin Onzone, Margie Rojas, Amalia L. Rodriguez, Priscilla Moore Gonzalez

 

FUNERALS:

Priscilla Moore Gonzalez: ViewingWednesday, September 11, 2019 @ 4 p.m. at St. Philip of Jesus Catholic Church

Rosary: Wednesday, September 11, 2019 @ 7 p.m. at St. Philip of Jesus Catholic Church

Funeral Mass: Thursday, September 12, 2019 @ 10 a.m. at St. Philip of Jesus Catholic Church. Burial follow mass at Mission Park South Cemetery

Reception: Thursday, September 12, 2019 at St. Philip of Jesus Catholic Church following the Burial

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