According to canon law, Eucharist is the “source and summit of Christian life and practice.” The term Eucharist is also used at times as a synonym for the Catholic communal ritual known as the Mass. The word comes from the Greek eucharistia, which means “thanksgiving.” Members of the Catholic church maintain that the risen Jesus is fully and truly present in the Eucharist, in the forms of bread and wine, and that the Eucharistic celebration is the central act of worship and communal prayer for all baptized persons. Thus Catholic peoples trust that the Eucharist is meant to be their essential spiritual food and drink, a spiritual nourishment provided to humanity by a loving God.
The Eucharist may be received at all weekend liturgies, and almost every weekday throughout the year.
Weekend Masses are at 5:15 pm on Saturday nights and 8 am and 10:30 am on Sunday mornings.
Weekday Masses are as follows:
Tuesday @ 5:15 pm
Wednesday-Friday @ 8:15 am