Communion is the most common name for the third sacrament, the sharing of the bread and wine that in the Mass becomes the body and blood of Jesus Christ. It is also called 'the Eucharist' and is the central sacrament of the Catholic Church.

Communion is offered daily at St Gregory’s during Mass or a Eucharistic Service. Please check mass times.

Eucharistic Ministers are available to bring Holy Communion to the sick and housebound who are unable to attend Mass. For more information or to arrange a visit, please contact the .

First Communion

First Communion is offered through our First Sacraments programme which usually starts in October. Children in Year 3 or above are eligible to join this programme.