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In our Christian tradition, the Sacrament of Baptism is central to our becoming part of God’s family.
First Holy Communion
In our Catholic tradition the Mass is at the Centre of our spiritual lives. At Mass we are nourished by the Word of God and by the Body and Blood of Christ whom we can receive in Holy Communion.
The Sacrament of Confirmation can be an exciting time for young parishioners. For the most part, it was parents who chose to have their children baptised but now it is the young people themselves, who freely choose to be confirmed.
It may not seem likely, but the church has always been ‘romantic’ about the Sacrament of Marriage. Yes, there are lots of rules and regulations, but these are to guide and protect the couple who are getting married.
When we look at the Gospels, we see that Jesus spent much of his time healing the sick, lame and infirm. The anointing of the sick, while offered to those who are ill, has somewhat been neglected in our Catholic tradition.
WHAT IS A PRIEST? The priesthood is for the service of the church. The priest is to gather the people of God around the altar in an attempt to feed them in Word and Eucharist.
When Jesus was asked about his life and his ministry, he answered “Come and see”. The enquirers went and spent time with Him. There are still many people asking the same questions today.