Sacraments are means which God uses to show His grace and help us achieve salvation. The word sacrament means “a sign of the sacred,” which is fitting as they are all outwards signs from God to us. Receiving one of the seven sacraments is a life-changing moment where one truly experiences God’s salvation and Christ’s sacrifice. Events like first communion are exciting and deserve special gifts. Growing in faith doesn’t only happen through the sacraments, it happens through daily prayer and devotion. Tools like a rosary, Bible, prayer journal and cross can assist you in practicing your faith.
St. Anne’s Parish conducts a parish/school based sacramental program. The program applies to all eligible students from the two parish primary schools plus eligible students from the parish who attend other schools (government/private school students).
This parish/school based program also helps educate parents in their rights, duties, and responsibilities towards the faith of their children and of the Sacraments.
These Sacraments include: Reconciliation, First Eucharist, Confirmation and Baptism for Older School Age Children aged 7–12 years.
More information is outlined in the St.-Annes-Parish-Sacramental-Prograam ’23