St. John Maria Vianney
“There is nothing so great as the Eucharist. If God had something more precious, He would have given it to us.”
We are companions on the journey of faith.
Encountering and receiving God’s presence, physically or spiritually, is pivotal not only for our own spiritual lives, but for the relationship we share with one another as the Body of Christ. It is the Eucharist that connects us most specifically with the poor, allowing us to recognize Christ in those most needy and vulnerable among us. Being strong in our mission of advancing the Gospel is what allows us to be Eucharist for others and bring healing to the ills and divisions that abound in our world. The world desperately needs the Eucharist.
– Father Mark Suslenko, Pastor, SS. Isidore and Maria Parish
Receiving Holy Eucharist during the pandemic
The Holy Eucharist is distributed safely and reverently AFTER every weekend Mass. Here’s what you need to know:
- Wear a mask
- Receive the consecrated host in your hand
- Step to the side
- Lower your mask
- Consume the host
- Replace your mask
- Offer a brief prayer of thanksgiving
- Exit the church following the arrow indicators
Please remain at least six feet from other parishioners.
Expore the other Sacraments:
A renewal and admission to the Christian church.Baptism
The sealing of the gift of the Holy Spirit in our baptismal life.Confirmation
Penance & Reconciliation
The forgiveness of sins and recovering of friendship with God.Penance & Reconciliation