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The Significance of the First Communion

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The First Holy Communion is an important and special day for kids, their families, and the Church. First Communion is also known as Eucharist, the second of the seven sacraments of the Catholic church.

The seven sacraments are: Baptism, Eucharist, Confirmation, Reconciliation, Anointing of the Sick, Marriage, and Holy Orders.

The First Communion is a celebration of children becoming part of the Catholic church. They dress in their nicest attire and a party is thrown to celebrate this rite of passage into the church. St. Jude Shop has all the Communion supplies you need to plan a celebration for your kiddos and find the perfect apparel for their special day.

At this point in their religious journey, they accept and understand their faith. At a child's First Communion, he or she is presented with bread and wine, which symbolizes the body and blood of Christ. This day represents a child’s willingness to accept the metaphorical body and blood of Christ.

The First Communion is based on mental development, not age. However, most kids are around seven when they reach the point to take part in this ceremony and join the church.

This important rite of passage in a Catholic’s life is widely celebrated. The boys and girls receiving their First Communion dress up for the occasion. Girls usually wear white dresses adorned with lace, beading, or embroidery. Some girls wear veils as well, making them appear to be little brides. Boy wear white or blue suits, or a suit with white accents.

There is generally a party with family and friends, traditions a lot of people follow, and gifts given to children on this significant day. It is an exciting time for the whole family, and the kids who received their First Communion are given religious gifts such as bibles or a rosary. Although the First Communion is a time of celebration, it is important for your children to remember why it is such a significant moment in their lives. The party should not be the main focus of their First Communion day.

During a child’s First Communion, it is important to remind them what the point of it is, why they should know how special it is, and make sure they understand the significance in this moment. This is also a great time for parents to reconnect with their faith.

It is also important that they understand why their First Communion is so special because of what they have learned at Mass and religious schooling, they should already realize the significance in this day. Having to reiterate to them why it is important may show that they do not understand their religion or faith enough.

Children who are going to receive their First Communion must first complete their a full year of religious education and be attending Mass regularly, with these two factors:children should be getting enough knowledge to understand what their faith means and, in turn, what the First Communion represents.

It is important to not put all the focus on the celebration, but rather why you are celebrating. The party will still be fun, but it should not be the only thing your children look forward to or remember. Rather than tell your children why their First Communion is important, ask them about it, ask them why they are excited and what it means to them. This will allow them to express what they know and understand what the whole thing means.

Getting them to explain why their First Communion is significant is the first step to make sure they understand the reason behind the whole celebration. Once they realize why they are going through this special rite of passage, it will be easier to get them to get excited about the event rather than the party.

If your children are close to reaching the First Communion, let St. Jude Shop be your first pick for your Communion supplies. We carry everything you will need, from invitations and decorated dinner plates, to Communion dresses and gifts.

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