Mercy Alive

I AM THE BREAD OF LIFE

VOL. 38 NO. 20

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The holy Eucharist completes Christian initiation. Those who have been raised to the dignity of the royal priesthood by Baptism and configured more deeply to Christ by Confirmation participate with the whole community in the Lord’s own sacrifice by means of the Eucharist.

CCC 1322

 

Congratulations to the 2nd graders who received their First Eucharist on Sunday, April 19, 2015!

Zoe Adelle Alford, Anna-Kate Louise Alligood, Miles Joseph Babin, Kaitlyn Elizabeth Bajon,

Mia Elizabeth Barfield, Brendan Eric Becnel, Gabriel Michael Beyer, Nathan Isaiah Bourgeois,

Alexander Kincaid Bovard, Mary Catherine Bowlin, Ainsley Haze Brignac, Eleanor Louise Burr, Nicolas Alexander Bush, John Murphy Carley,

Bodo Michael Claus, Carson Thomas Coghlan, Gianna Rose Cordell, Charles Andrew Dardis, Tyler Rudy Delcambre, Isabella Dellafiora,

Audrey Noelle Elliott, Natalia Marie Falcon, Ava Catherine Fremin, Taylor Claire Gauthier, Jackson Scott Gautreau, Athen James Glover,

Ainsley Helen Graves, Elizabeth Mae Guillot, Lena Marie Guttner, Carrigan Grace Haldane, Madison Marie Harvey, Kate Michel Hebert,

Adeline Grace Hedges, Ava Cecille Hoffman, Tristan James Holden, Quinton Carville Jones, Benedict Clement Kelly, Lillian Rose Landry,

Anna Catherine Lewis, Ella Elizabeth Lewis, William Rhodes Lindsey, Kathryn Elizabeth Linton, Aidan Matthew Miceli, Blake Douglas Mixon, Jr.,

Mariana Elizabeth Moreau, Catherine Elise Murthy, Margaret Logan Murthy, Benjamin Thuan Nguyen, Elyssa Khuyen Nguyen,

Rachael Gabrielle Pisciotta, Blakely Michael Prestridge, Mignon Elise Prochaska, Adler Joseph Roussel, Jet Marie Salvacion, Madeline Grace Savoian,

Evelyn Elizabeth Schaff, Rachel Elizabeth Schroeder, Daniel Middleton Serrano, Carson Ty Sulfsted, Grace Elizabeth Thornton, Audrey Anne Toups,

Samuel Anthony Tramonte, Sadie Grace Traylor, Kamryn Sara Tullier, Oliver Owen Vance, Wyatt Mark Vincent, Evelyn Claire White,

Christian Allen Wolf

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