First Holy Communion Gift Guide for Boys


The First Communion season is almost here, and every year we try to give our customers some helpful tips on what kind of gifts to get for their handsome sons (or grandsons, or godsons, or nephews) on the day they receive their First Holy Communion.  As the Sacrament of Sacraments, the Holy Eucharist is the peak of our Sacramental life.  On their big day, little boys receive for the very first time the body, blood, soul, and divinity of their Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.  A very big deal indeed!  To make the day a memorable one, it’s common to have family and friends celebrate after mass, giving gifts and keepsakes to the First Communicant.  Many times Godparents receive a special token of the day too.

Here is a list of 10 gift ideas just for boys to help make First Communion shopping for him a bit easier:

 

First Communion Crosses

Crosses and crucifixes are always a good choice because they come in a variety of styles and sizes–from traditional ones to special ones made just for this Sacrament–and many can also be personalized with a name and First Communion date.

First Communion Bibles and Books

Every boy needs his own children’s Bible, and a special First Communion Bible is a great choice because they become a special keepsake that can pass down to his own kids and grand-kids one day.  Many of our children’s  Bibles can also be engraved for a special touch. There are also many excellent Catholic children’s books that make great gift choices, such as a children’s Missal, as well as other books that teach kids about the Mass, the Sacraments, and the Catholic faith.

 

First Communion Photo Frames

You definitely want to display the prize photograph of your First Communicant on the big day, and a specially designed First Communion picture frame is a perfect choice.  The bonus of First Communion frames is that they also make ideal gifts for Grandparents and Godparents.

 

 

 

First Communion Jewelry

First Communion jewelry isn’t just for girls.  Many boys love to wear First Communion lapel pins on their suits, but there are other jewelry choices for boys too.  Some boys may  also like to receive a crucifix necklace or a First Holy Communion medal.  Many pieces can be personalized too.

 

 

Miscellaneous Gifts

There are many other great gift choices for little boys on their First Communion day.  These range from books to rosaries, from candles to figurines.  Miscellaneous gifts are a good bet if you’re think that your First Communicant will already receive the above gifts from others.

 

 

 

Hopefully these 10 gift ideas gave you some good advice on what to give your little boy on his First Communion day!  If you have a little girl making her First Communion too, be sure to check out our First Holy Communion Gift Guide for Girls.


About Gretchen

Gretchen is a recent convert and completely in love with the Catholic faith. She is very active in her parish and has recently joined the Lay Dominicans. She holds an M.A. in Christian Apologetics & currently works on copywriting and social media for The Catholic Company.
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6 Responses to First Holy Communion Gift Guide for Boys

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  2. These are wonderful gift ideas for first communion. Whatever you decide to give, it will be cherished on this special day.

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  4. Rose Chia says:

    Hi, I placed an order yesterday for a white bible and gave all the details required including the gift box, personalised details, etc.

    Todate I have had no acknowledgement on my order despite having paid through my credit card.
    Pls advise on my order status.
    Rose

  5. Gretchen says:

    Hi Rose,

    To follow up on an order, please contact Customer Care by phone at 866-522-8465 or by email at customerservice@trinityroad.com. Thank you.

  6. Alan says:

    I like this post, enjoyed this one thanks for putting up.

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