Congratulations to the primary 4 children who made their First Holy Communion!
Yesterday we celebrated First Communions at the 9.30am Mass – and congratulate all those receiving Our Lord in Holy Communion for the first time – Ana Bernabeu Fletcher, Andrew Wallace, Carly Douglas, Corran Mackenzie, Dylan Neild, Ellie Ewing, Emma Murray, Erica Pacitti, Gabriel Lukasik, Isabella Bosustow, Jagoda Cichocka, Joey Ramsay, Julianna Muir, Kyle Tod, Laila Muir, Letizia Raviele, Lily Waugh, Lois Delaney, Lorenzo Fay, Marco D’Agostino, Mette Davey, Mhairi Robertson, Michael Williams, Nathan Zuk, Oliver Benson, Oliwia Kuraj, Stella McClory and William Maulicino.
Congratulations to the 8 St John’s pupils and 1 parish child who made their First Holy Communion on Sunday 29th May at St Mary Magdalene’s church.
The children were beautifully turned out and impeccably mannered throughout Mass, taking an active role in the service and preparing so well to receive Jesus for the first time.
A huge thank you to the families of the children, the school P4 staff team and the parish sacramental team led by Arlene for such a lovely occasion.
Well done to
Lucy P6, Luke P4, David P4, Uyi P5, Yolanda P4, Gaya P4, Olek P4 and Declan P4. We are very proud of you all!
Arlene from the St John’s Parish Sacramental team has asked me to remind parents about the sacramental masses on Sunday 6th February.
P3 Mass in preparation for the sacrament of Reconciliation will take place at St John’s church at 0930
P4 Mass in preparation for the sacrament of First Holy Communion will take place at St Mary Magdalene’s Church at 1115
It would be lovely to see candidates for the sacraments in attendance at both masses this week.
Sunday 5th December marks the Second Sunday in Advent, it is also a special Mass for P4 pupils preparing for the Sacrament of First Holy Communion. The Primary 4 Mass for children will take place at St Mary Magdalene’s Church at 1115. It would be lovely to see as many children there as possible.