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First Holy Communion Gift Guide for Girls

…great gift choices for little girls on their First Communion day.  These range from rosaries to faith-based stuffed animals, from candles to musical figurines. These miscellaneous gifts are the best bet if you're sure that your First Communicant will receive many of the gifts already mentioned from

First Holy Communion Gift Guide for Boys

…a First Holy Communion medal. First Communion lapel pins will look great with their suit, too.  Many jewelry pieces can also be personalized for an extra touch. Miscellaneous Gifts There are many other great gift choices for little boys on their First Communion day.  These range from faith-based…

Our 2016 First Communion Gift Guide Video

…all their First Communion gifts together. This will teach them how to delicately handle and protect the nice things they receive as gifts, especially holy things that have been blessed by a priest. To see examples of these gift ideas, watch our 2016 First Communion Video Gift Guide below - enjoy!…

First Communion Photo Frame w/Chalice

First Communion Photo Frame w/Chalice

…purchase the First Communion Photo Frame w/Chalice from The Catholic Company, click here: https://www.catholiccompany.com/first-communion-photo-frame-w-chalice-p3021076/ Photo frames make idea gifts for First Communion and are great for girls, boys, parents, grandparents, and godparents. This lovely…

How to Plan a First Communion Party

…they bring, gifts for the occasion should be religious in nature. Consider that some of your guests may have never attended a First Communion celebration before, and they may be unsure of what kind of gift is appropriate. Refer your friends and family to our First Communion Gift Guide for Boys…

3 Reasons This Mom is Grateful for the Sacrament of Baptism

…and godparents. He said this about the Holy Spirit and Baptism: "...precisely as one progresses in the journey of faith, we grasp how Jesus exercises the liberating love of God upon us, which draws us out of our egoism, from our being closed in on ourselves, to lead us to a full life in communion