Receiving Holy Communion worthily brings us graces that affect us both spiritually and physically. Spiritually, our souls become more united to Christ, both through the graces we receive and through the change in our actions that those graces affect. Frequent Communion increases our love for God and for our neighbor, which expresses itself in action, which makes us more like Christ. Because of the intimate connection of the Sacrament of Holy Communion to our lives in Christ, we must be free of any grave or mortal sin before receiving it, as St. Paul explained in 1 Corinthians 11:27-29.
Family Formation and 1st communion program is cared for by Bonnie Bulder in the Faith Formation Office. The office phone is (661) 296-6945. First Communion for adults is cared for by Father Gabriel Kang the RCIA Process. His number is 661-296-3180 ext. 7914