“The Eucharist is Jesus who gives himself entirely to us. To nourish ourselves with him and abide in him through Holy Communion, if we do it with faith, transforms our life into a gift to God and to our brothers. To let ourselves be nourished by the “Bread of Life,” means to be in tune with the heart of Christ, to assimilate his choices, thoughts, and behaviors.It also means that we enter into “a dynamism of sacrificial love and become persons of peace, forgiveness, reconciliation and sharing in solidarity.”           (~ Pope Francis, August 16, 2015)

Guidelines for the Reception of Holy Communion

If know someone who is homebound, please contact the office at (703)-998-6100 so that an Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist can bring the Eucharist to the confined person.

(At this time, no home visits are allowed due to the pandemic protocols. Please check back with us for changes to this policy.)

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