First Penance


 

Grade 2 First Reconciliation

 

Students meet in the Upper Church at 9:50am.  Children will sit with their class in reserved pews.  Family members are encouraged and invited to attend.  All are invited to also receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation at the end of the Service, after all grade 2 students have received.
 

Saturday, Febraury 2, 2019 at 10:00am for following classes:  
Sunday Session Classes:
Kevin O'Neil/Ryan O'Neil
Kevin Briere
Mary Bertocchi/Stacey Bertocchi
Sarah Murray/Jessica O'Neil
Lauren Walsh/Brenna Sullivan
Jimmy Murphy/Brendan Ziegler


Saturday, February 9, 2019 at 10:00am for following classes:  
Wednesday Session Classes:
Nicole Barlett/Pina Rizza
Jarra Carney/Lisa Coulouris
Marge Pearson
Sheila Narayanan
Lindsey McCarthy

 

Reconciliation Retreat, Saturday, January 26, 2019,10am-12Noon
Parish Center, 2nd Floor

In preparation for the Sacrament of Reconciliation, all children (both Sunday and Wednesday sessions) are required to attend the Reconciliation Retreat.  This is a drop-off and pick-up to/from the Parish Center 2nd Floor.

Reconciliation - Parent Meeting, Saturday, January 26, in the Upper Church following children's Retreat
During the last half-hour of the Retreat, Parents/guardians will have a meeting to go over what to expect at the Reconciliation Service.  Children will finish their Retreat on the 2nd Floor.  Pick-up will be on the 2nd Floor of Parish Center after Parent Mtg concludes.

 

Do I Know My Daily Prayers?  

In your child's Texbook you may find the following Prayers:

Sign of the Cross

Lord's Prayer

Hail Mary

Glory Be

 

Act of Contrition (different than the book's)

See the source image

 

it is expected that your child should know these prayers to memory by their First Reconcilation.

 

For Review of How to Celebrate Reconcilaition - Please reveiw pages 68-71 in the God's Gift of Reconciliation Textbook.

 

 


Our First Reconciliation Song - Practice will begin in classes December.


 

 


 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 


Parent Handout:  What to Expect at Your Child's First Reconciliation


One of the most powerful ways we impart our Faith to our children is through living by example and as active participants in their Faith formation.  It is our hope and prayer that you are talking about and encouraging preparation for the Sacrament of Reconciliation in addition to the weekly Religious Education classes.  We invite you to work with your child on a routine basis over the Christmas holiday break so that they will be well prepared for their First Penance.

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