Communion Comments Cause A Giggle

Communion Comments Cause A Giggle

Communion Complaints That Made Us Giggle In September 2017 it was announced that primary schools will no longer run preparatory classes for first communion. This affected roughly 4000 students in 12 community national schools. Some children breathed a sigh of relief...

Bar & Bat Mitzvah Explained

Bar & Bat Mitzvah Explained

Another celebration that our company is becoming ever popular for is the Jewish recognition from childhood to adulthood.  We have been blessed to work with the most amazing children experiencing this exciting rite of passage. We have learned so much, and thought it...

What is First Holy Communion?

What is First Holy Communion?

At Little Robes Royale we are proud to support the summit of faith celebrated by Catholics & Christian’s all over the world. But as we began our journey of designing our outfits, it was important for us to study, why this day is so important – enabling us to offer...

The Eucharist

The word ‘communion’ means to be united with. Catholics believe that in holy communion they are united in a special way with Jesus Christ, that they are sharing in the body and blood of Christ the Saviour. Holy Communion, and the whole service (Mass) is also known as Eucharist, from a Greek word meaning thanksgiving. The Sacrament of the Eucharist (First Holy Communion) is a Roman Catholic ceremony.

It is the colloquial name for a person’s first celebration of the sacrament of the Eucharist. The celebration of First Eucharist is a sacred and important moment on a long journey of faith development. Together with Baptism and Confirmation, it opens the door to full membership of the Christian community. At the ceremony, each child receives Communion, normally in the form of a small round piece of bread placed by the Priest in the palms of their hands.

Most Catholic children receive their First Communion when they’re seven or eight years of age because this is considered the age of reason. This means that most children are usually in second class in school when they make their First Communion.

In order for to receive communion the recipient should be without sin and in a state of grace. Traditionally, therefore young Catholic children will make their first confession, i.e. the Sacrament of Reconciliation some weeks before receiving their First Holy Communion. The Sacrament of Baptism must also have been received before receiving the First Communion.

How to Measure

A Around Neck
B Shoulder to shoulder
C Around Chest
D Around Waist
E Around Hip – widest part
F Arm Length - shoulder to wrist
G Around Bicep
H Body Length – shoulder to waist
I Waist To Knee Length
J Waist To Ankle Length
K Shoulder To Floor Length

How to Measure

A Around Neck
B Shoulder to shoulder
C Around Chest
D Around Waist
E Around Hip – widest part
F Arm Length - shoulder to wrist
G Around Bicep
H Body Length – shoulder to waist
I Waist To Knee Length
J Waist To Ankle Length
K Shoulder To Floor Length

How to Measure

1 Neck Measure between the hollow of the collarbones and the floor
2 Armpit Measure the circumference of the upper arm
3 Chest Measure the widest area of the chest
4 Waist Measure the smallest area of the waist
5 Hips Measure the widest area of the hips
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