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Liturgy & Sacraments

The sacraments are Christ’s gift that provide us with his grace.  The heart of the liturgy is the Eucharistic prayer. In the celebration of the Eucharist, bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit.

“When two or more are gathered together in My name, I am there in the midst of them.” - Matthew 18:20

The liturgy and sacraments are central to the St. Louis program of worship and praise.  Opportunities for worship and praise are available to all students and staff in the St. Louis community.

  • Celebration of First Communion as a second grade class
  • Weekly Mass for students, staff, and parents
  • Students serve as altar servers
  • Weekly rotating sacrament of confession for grades 2-8, including adoration, the rosary, and Lectio Divina
  • Prekindergarten chapel once a week with an age-appropriate messaging


Liturgy & Sacraments

St. Louis School celebrates weekly Mass for students in kindergarten through 8th grade.

Kindergarten Students participate in the Mass

Students are encouraged to participate in the Mass. Students in grades 4 though 8 take turns each week by providing readings, offering the gifts and being ushers.

First Communion

2022 First Communion class

St. Louis School offers altar server training to all 5th grade students. Many students serve in the weekly school Mass.

First Reconciliation and First Communion

At St. Louis School, we encourage our second graders parishioners to make their First Confession and First Holy Communion through St. Louis Church. 

Other Catholic students may also participate with their class if they receive a letter of permission from their home parish. 

Administrators from the St. Louis Church religious education office contact second grade parents at the beginning of the year with more information.


Altar Servers

All students in 5th grade are encouraged to become altar servers. Once they complete the training, the students serve at weekly Mass and at St. Louis Church.